I voted in a community center... and then worked as a scrutineer in a church polling station... I don't think it really matters.
Unless it's this church. Funny business going on here:
Particularly outstanding is what went on in Polling Division 31, located in a church in Etobicoke. Eighty-six people voted by registration certificate on May 2, meaning they showed up without a voter identification card. Wrzesnewsky's lawyers claim that 68 of those voters actually lived in another polling division and should never have been allowed to vote at polling station 31. Lederer threw out 15 ballots in that polling division.
In another polling division in the riding, five voters who voted by registration certificate are listed as being crossed off the electors' list in another polling division, indicating they most likely did vote twice. Source
It's not the church's fault, of course... it was some really sloppy or really corrupt election workers...
This is the first time I've ever seen an election result tossed out in Canada. Edited, May 18th 2012 3:25pm by Olorinus
When it comes to sitting around not doing anything for long periods of time, only being active for short windows, and marginal changes and sidegrades I'd say FFXI players were the perfect choice for politicians.