the judge uses Glenlivet and the jury doesn't. Who do think will (not should) win?
I've had Glenlivet, I'm pretty sure the judge wins...
Cue the people who can't tell "cue" from "queue". As usual.
I was going to say that. Guess I'll just get in line...
It requires a signature of the voter on the "secrecy" envelope. The election officials are supposed to verify the signature against the registration documents.
Quis custodiet ipsos custodes? What would prevent a corrupt Election Official from declaring the signatures don't match because they didn't like the way the person voted?
Chemist who falls in acid is absorbed in work.