Dallas Kettner, a King County Elections accessible voting unit monitor, right, helps Seattle, Washington, resident Maria Fabian, left, who is blind, to a voting machine on Tuesday, November 2, 2010, at Union Station in Seattle. (Ken Lambert/Seattle Times/MCT)
Dallas Kettner, a King County Elections accessible voting unit monitor, right, helps Seattle, Washington, resident Maria Fabian, left, who is blind, to a voting machine on Tuesday, November 2, 2010, at Union Station in Seattle. (Ken Lambert/Seattle Times/MCT) MCT
Dallas Kettner, a King County Elections accessible voting unit monitor, right, helps Seattle, Washington, resident Maria Fabian, left, who is blind, to a voting machine on Tuesday, November 2, 2010, at Union Station in Seattle. (Ken Lambert/Seattle Times/MCT) MCT

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