Barbara Bushman of Olney, another returnee, said, "It didn't help to get angry, but I was confused as to how this could happen. How could you can have voting and no ballots for people to vote with?"That this sort of boobery could happen just goes to show you that the only difference between a wealthy county and a poor one is that the idiots are rich.
Bushman said the morning’s problems made her late for work — and she didn’t even get a chance to vote.
"I feel better now," Bushman said after voting Tuesday night. "But now I'm thinking, how could this be a valid election when people couldn’t cast their vote?"
My favorite quote from this morning's WaPo:
You can't make this stuff up.
Andrea LaRue, a lawyer volunteering on behalf of U.S. Senate candidate Ben Cardin, steps up to the counter with a question for [Montgomery County Election Board President Nancy] Dacek.
"Do you have a chain-of-custody plan for the provisional ballots?" LaRue asks.
"A who?" Dacek replies.