Jay Fogarty writes: The assertion by election officials that the long lines to vote on Election Day were simply a function of strong voter turnout represents naive and dangerous thinking — naive because alternative methods exist in today’s digital world to deliver a highly efficient voting process, and dangerous because these kinds of queues in cold conditions can disenfranchise voters.
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