Voters had no curtains or makeshift cardboard boxes to hide their ballots as they made their choices in the city election last week, and that has two City Council members concerned.
In previous municipal elections, voters went into booths with curtains. Most state elections now have voters make their choices in mini-cardboard booths.
But last Tuesday, voters went to tables to vote, with it relatively easy for passersby to see their choices. At one poll site, voters were reportedly making their choices at a table next to other voters waiting in line.
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