DEAR EDITOR:

My wife and I have been voting in the same precinct (a Cobb County school) for the last 32 years (about 200 feet from our home). For the first 28 years of voting here, we were directed in a way that we came in no contact with student or faculty. In the last two elections (or votes) we have been sent in a direction that did put us in or near contact with students and faculty.

So now the powers that be have deemed that children may be in some sort of danger because of an arrangement that “THEY” created and have now inconvenienced, and I’m guessing, hundreds if not thousands of voters who live nearby, many who can walk to the voting booth. So now we have to drive through heavy traffic, miles from home to cast our ballots.

Of those seeking the meaning of insanity, I may have found it.

Raymond Spornberger

Marietta

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