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November 6, 2012 - Chris Morris
I was doing some Election Day reading and found this NPR piece on North Country Public Radio's website.
In short, the story examines the sort of etiquette that is expected at polling places. Should people where garb supporting their candidate? Should you strike up conversations with other voters?
I think some of these questions apply more to urban areas than rural communities like ours. We don't see the sort of long lines at polling locations that voters do in places like Albany, Buffalo or New York City.
Anyway, it's an interesting read. Take a look and share your thoughts below.
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