Watching the pundits on TV, but no observations that the real issue in Denver was a queuing theory problem. When I voted today, there were 30 ballot boxes, but only 4 or 5 voter identification stations — took me an hour to get to the ballot box. Since every voter was required to pass through the ID stations, that was the limiting factor.
All the talk that Hickenlooper is going to take a hit for this is dumb, but at the same time, he should instruct the Denver Election Commission on queuing theory.
Perhaps in another post, I'll see if I can figure out how many voter ID stations they really needed.