A Yogi-ism for Election Administration

In a Thomasville Times-Enterprise article about early voting in Thomas County, Georgia, Eunice Cook, a local election official, is quoted as saying the following about the growing numbers of people voting early in her county:  “Lines are getting longer,” Cook said. ‘They’re trying to avoid the longer lines.'”  Turns on its head what Yogi Berra once said about a trendy restaurant: “No one goes there any  more, it’s too crowded.”  (Or, as we say in the Election Administration business, the future isn’t what it used to be.)  Here’s the whole article.  It’s a nice little piece reminding us about what elections look like in a place where not a whole lot of people are watching.