A friend whose early-voting day came earlier than mine was not amused to discover that the voting machine she used had a strong bias for Republicans. It undid her choices and replaced them with a Republican. She tried again. Same thing. Called an election judge over, and election judge was, shall we say, less than supportive...but friend did finally get the machine to (apparently) quit undoing what she was trying to do. I hate the stupid machines. I don't trust 'em. If you mark a paper ballot, you make the mark and you know for sure it's on the ballot. Yes, it's more time-consuming and expensive to count paper ballots. But they're real, and digital stuff is slippery as mercury in an oil bath. It can be invisibly changed where the voter has no chance to know that it's happening.
I am prepared to raise a large stink tomorrow if the one here tries to undo my choices...and yet can do nothing about the invisible sort of editing that could be going on. But y'all vote now, OK. Even if you think Rick Perry is pure gold with diamonds, while I think he's...pretty much something you normally leave out in the pasture or wipe off your boot if you step in it... you go on and vote.