People casting their votes in an automatic voting machine and booths during the 1960 Presidential Election in the U.S.
United States USA Date:1960, November 8 Duration:2 min 22 sec Sound:Yes
The 1960 Presidential Election in the United States. The U.S. flag displayed on a building on the election day. Cars moving down a road. Boards displayed in front of banks and other business places declaring the day to be a legal holiday. People gathered outside schools and community halls. People voting through paper ballots. People waiting in a queue to vote using an automatic voting machine. Men and women reading a printed paper to choose the Presidential or the Vice Presidential candidates. A man inside a polling booth enters an area separated by a curtain and casts his vote in a polling machine. Men and women walking past officers seated at a table in the booth. People casting their votes in ballot boxes. A ballot box has 'Town Of Barnstable' written on it. A man turning a lever on the box. A woman placing a ballot paper in the box. 'State Election, Official Ballt, Barnstable' written on the ballot paper. The number on the box changes from 843 to 844. Another man placing a ballot paper in the box.
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