I speculate the most voting problems will be in the 10 most dangerous cities in America.
On the list of mayors and representatives of those cities, I see one Republican. The reality is that these cities have evolved over time. They aren't this way because of one mayor. But if you look back over time I would venture to say that they've had a trend of Democrat mayors representing them as mayor and representatives in Congress.
Their anti-business environment, dependancy on government expansion, and security laxness is not only an indicator at how they would lead state-wide but nationally. And... it is their own doing if there are lines wrapping around buildings with voters trying to vote. When I first left the military in 1994, in between the military and civilian employment I volunteered here in CA to be a poll worker (in northern CA). There were plenty of volunteers. The place was adequately staffed. This sadly is not the case in dependancy mentality, non volunteer oriented, big leftist cities....
OK. I may be overgeneralizing with the non-volunteering but the statistics don't lie and the pattern of lines wrapping around buildings in big cities does occur and .... so does the crime ... and unemployment rates being higher ... and the Democrats representing these cities mostly.
So... Here's to New York being off the list of the most dangerous cities after clean up by RUDY !!! Good Job Rudy ! Maybe you can be vice president one day! Security matters. Business does well in safe areas.