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It appears I'm the only exception here with a positive Orca experience. I'm in Virginia and was directed to a precinct 5 minutes from home, and received my authorization, full set of instructions, and a complete voter list eight days before the election. No, you couldn't use a phone in the room, but you only had to step into the hall to enter your data. At one point when I was concerned my info (which I texted) wasn't getting through, and I was able to contact the help number both in Boston and in the state office in Richmond to confirm it was getting through (it was). The only complaint I would have is you couldn't do it without at least two others assisting, which I had-it ended up being like an I Love Lucy episode (in the candy factory) trying to catch all the voters.
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