I think we should make it as easy as possible to exercise the Constitutional privilege of voting. Some people do not know their work schedule in advance, and many have to work beyond the time polling stations are open and thus cannot vote. I think the workplace shouldn't be a hindrance to voting. It would only be a mandatory holiday every other year during election times.No one is saying otherwise. It is more if we want to make it easier for them to vote.
It may vary from state to state. I never saw material inside the polling station, but in the parking lot there was an Obama display with an information table and a McCain display with information. Plus there are usually campaign signs on the polling stations property.I think that's illegal. Polling stations cannot have campaign material at their sites. Besides, we all know that what politicians say is rarely the truth.
I'm not okay with more of them, but I feel that I don't have the right to deny them. I think voting without knowing anything about candidates is abusing the privilege to vote, but they should still have that right.So you're okay with more ignorant votes?