Remember those long lines in Cleveland?
Voting machines distributed evenly
the elections board allotted each Cleveland precinct one machine for every 117 registered voters within its boundaries - the same ratio of machines that suburban precincts received. In other words, the more registered voters a particular precinct had, the more machines it received, regardless of where that precinct was. And in the end, the busiest precincts - when measured by the number of ballots cast per machine - were actually in the suburbs, not Cleveland.
(Hat tip: Jaws