Long Line at Ann Arbor Forest Avenue Polling Location In 1964 Presidential Election, November 1964

Long Line at Ann Arbor Forest Avenue Polling Location In 1964 Presidential Election, November 1964
Caption: Lines formed at Ann Arbor's polling places at 7 a.m. and many voters reported waits of 45 minutes to more than an hour. These pictures, taken about two hours after the polls opened, indicate patience was needed by those wishing to cast their ballots. At left is the line in front of the Forest Ave. Polling Place [this photo]; at right is a view of people ready to vote inside the Mary St. Polling Place.
Published in Issue: Ann Arbor News, November 3, 1964

Article Keywords: Ann Arbor - City Clerk, Ann Arbor League of Women Voters, Elections - Federal, Elections - Michigan, Elections - Washtenaw County, Statistics
Photographer: Duane Scheel
Date: 3 November 1964

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