You have got to be kidding me:
A cheeseburger and democracy to go? Not quite, but politically active Californians have been able to cast election ballots from the comfort of their cars at a one-off drive-thru voting booth.
The innovative drive-thru voting system was opened late Monday in Santa Ana, southeast of Los Angeles, as part of a push to encourage eligible voters to register and vote ahead of the November 4 presidential polls.
If this kind of ripe-for-fraud voting becomes the norm, no one will ever trust elections again. Which, I’m afraid, is exactly the point.
Can’t we just go back to paper ballots already?