To The Editor:

I went to vote at College Methodist Church (on Election Day) Tuesday (April 2) at 10 a.m. The parking lot was completely full, and being handicapped, I could not park across the street and walk in.

My wife went there to vote separately from me and was able to find a spot in the very far area of the lot. When she went in to vote, there were not any other voters in the polling place.

It seems there is another function taking place there every Tuesday and the cars belong to the participants.

I strongly feel that places which are paid rent for being a polling place should be required to have parking places available for voters. If they can’t do that, they should not be used as polling places.

Raymond J. Kehoe

Warrenton

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