Follow The Republic:
COLUMBUS, Ind. — Voters at several precincts during last year's general election encountered extremely long lines and waited hours to cast ballots.
Now, Bartholomew County officials are weighing a possible change to make voting easier and quicker.
They're considering moving county residents from voting in their individual precincts to vote centers — centralized locations where any registered voter in the county can cast a ballot.
Please read Friday's edition of The Republic for more details.
Think your friends should see this? Share it with them!
Note: All comments left on our sites are first reviewed by an automated comment moderation system. Your comment may take up to 5 minutes to appear. If for any reason your comment can not be approved you will receive an email from this system with a detailed explanation.
All content copyright ©2013 The Republic, a division of Home News Enterprises unless otherwise noted.