I was trying to find out for whom to vote in the upcoming primary election, so I hit up the local “we register voters and cars” agency website, and searched for myself. We just
re-gerrymandered redrew the district maps in Texas, so I’m in a “new” precinct. I clicked the handy link to find out where is my polling place.
I think there is still a glitch or two in the matrix. Usually our polling place is a nearby elementary school, but the map came up centered on a Chamber of Commerce location. I zoomed out and I didn’t recognize any of the street names. I zoomed out a bit more and realized that my Travis County, Texas polling place is probably not going to be on the outskirts Coffeyville, Kansas.
Yeah, so . . . I’m going to be calling the *local* office tomorrow to figure out WTH is going on here. I’m guessing they didn’t quite get the map code right. Do you think?