Okay, if Floridians find this
confusing and can't manage to 'complete the arrow' next to a candidate's name, maybe they shouldn't be allowed to vote. I'm now in a 'punch-ballot' state (ID) and I have to tell you, I hate those things. First I have to remember to bring my reading glasses with me to my polling place and then I spend a considerable amount of time checking my ballot afterwards to make sure that the numbers of the displaced chads correspond to the numbers associated with the candidates for whom I had intended to vote. Granted, I haven't found any errors yet but I still find it disconcerting to be unable to see my candidate's name contiguous with my choice. In MN, we had these arrow-type ballots and they were huge in terms of the arrows themselves as well as the text, relative to other ballots. They were 'read' by an optical reader and tabulated by computer but the written record, in case of a dispute, could not be more clear.