Back in the day

Sixty-plus years ago, I worked a temp job at the register-to-vote office in our county. In order to vote, you needed to come to the office and fill out a register-to-vote form and proof of residency. You then swore allegiance to the USA and were given your card.

On voting day, you went to the local grammar school, which was the poling place for that area, and voted. Your name would be on the list. You were given your ballot, and you voted and put your ballot in the ballot box.

One day to vote. Pretty clean, clear-cut and legal.

Marylin Gauthier