While most of use are probably used to voting in schools, churches and municipal buildings, voters in Kearny, New Jersey may find themselves voting in the middle of a car dealership showroom. Both a Dodge and a Chevrolet dealership will open their doors to those doing their civic duty (Ford dealerships hate democracy). There's no prohibition in New Jersey against having polling places on private property and car dealerships make good voting locales as they feature significant parking, access and are handicap accessible. Owners claim they can't remember selling a car to a voter, but it surely brings in more business than an inflatable ape. God Bless America. [Newsday]
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