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Early problems resolved in Albany high school voting
By Jordan Carleo-Evangelist Updated 12:03 pm, Tuesday, February 9, 2016

The do-over vote for a $180
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polling sites either did not open on time or
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voters, poll workers and district officials.
Polls officially opened at7 a.m., but early
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branch of the Albany Public
Library arrived to find the buildings locked.
"The facility manager arrived at7.42 to unlock the building," said Berta Sims, one of the
three poll workers at the library branch on Henry Johnson Boulevard. The group sat in
one of the worker's cars to stay warm while they waited for someone to let them in, Sims
said.

Some voters couldn't wait.
"We had five people that we had to turn away because we weren't in the building," she
said. "They said they'll be back. So far one of them came back."
But that wasn't all. Once the poll site was open, Sims said, the workers realized they had
actually been delivered the voting machine for Pine Hills Elementary.
"We had to wait for someone from the Board of Elections," Sims said. "We were doing
paper ballots until after 8 a.m."

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Pine Hills Elementary, meanwhile, had received the machine that was supposed to go to
the library, but the problem was "promptly addressed" by having elections workers switch
the thumb drives in the two machines, county Elections Commissioner Rachel Bledi said.

The switch was necessary to allow the machines to read the paper ballots as they are
scanned, but the initial mix-up should have no effect on the outcome of the election
because the ballots are uniform throughout the city," Bledi said in an email,
Before the fix, poll workers switched to "emergency ballot procedures," which entail voters
filling out paper ballots that will instead have to be counted manually.
The Pine Hills machine was up and running by 7:49 a.m., poll workers at the school told
the Times Union.
One early voter at Pine Hills told the Times Union she arrived aroundT'20 a.m. to find the
building locked and had to ring the doorbell, eventually being let in by a teacher.
Because voters were locked out of the library, the machine problem did not substantially
delay voting there, Bledi said.
Library Director Scott Jarzombek apologized for the mix-up, which he said was caused in
part by a miscommunication between the library and district regarding the special election
and compounded by the overnight snoMall.
The library's facilities crew was hustling to get six branches shoveled and salted before
opening Tuesday and wasn't aware there was a problem at Arbor Hill/West Hill until 7:30
a.m.

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"We're not going to let it happen again," h€ said. "The minute someone contacted us, we
made sure someone got over there."
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Elections. But the board is the custodian of the machines and delivers them to the poll
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Other issues delayed voting at the Albany School of Humanities on Whitehall Road and
the Montessori Magnet School on Tremont Street when poll workers were unable to
access voting materials that were locked in the main office, school district
spokesman Ron Lesko said.
Lesko said it's protocol for the materials to be locked up the night before the vote but that
for some reason workers at those sites were not able to get to them in time for voting to
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Lesko said those problems were quickly addressed and said all polling sites were
operating before 9 a.m.
Tuesday's vote comes three months after voters narrowly rejected a more expensive,
$196 million plan to renovate the Washington Avenue high school. That proposal was
defeated by 92 votes.
Polls are open Tuesday until 9 p.m. Polling sites are the same as those for the May
school budget vote but may have changed for some voters since the first high school vote
in November. CIICK HERE to confirm your polling place before voting.

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Chuck Wlralen This is a definitely a "DO OVER" Before the BOE arrd School Board find thenrselves in a lawsuit.
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Dan Fitzsimrnons What a bunch of amateurs.
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Stephen Frey Looks like the students get shafted no matter which way the vote goes.

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Tirnothy Carney This is what the School Board and the Albany City Mayor thinks of the citizens and the
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and having some polling stationsnotopen on time.TODAYthe resultsshould betossed and anothef election
held at another time. Common sense needs to prerzail. Those that could not vote should file a joint lawsuit....this
smacks of a set up and why paper ballots shoulrl be tossed.

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l'hrs vote has to be given again. lt wasr'r't ev,e'r ad,rerlised. I nrvself lrad trr clo 30 minutes of research to fincJ our
pollinq locatiorl. lt's trot right. The referendunr was voted down in November. This election was held irr nruch the
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Mark Eriole The only people I trust in this whole ridiculous situation are the voters. The vote should be thrown
out. The Albany School District doesn't deserve a brand new anything. Except a Superintendent.
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Mark Brunei Albany is a jokel Looks like the president of the school Board is a joke
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Wayne LaPort Shame on them ,this really needs to be done again and make sure they have the machines and
plenty of ballots ,i don't see how it can be vallid,l think this guy just wants the money even if he has to get it
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Kaile Pouliot Wow. Now this gives me more reason NOT TO purchase a home in Albany. The education isn't
changing and coming frorn someone who worked for the school district, the politics within the district are
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day! What a loke this was
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Lisa wason lt is not a truc count. way too many issues with the vote
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Timothy 0'Connor Same game different schocll district. The old end-around,

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tW.-W Briatr Dooley Sounds like Albany voting shenanigans are live and well.....
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Joseph Decastro I plan on sellinq my home and getting out of albany in the near future

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couldn't even be fair about the voting Thanks for sticking it to us again Welcome to Albany
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