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How did people vote during colonial times?
A. by machine
B. by punch cards
C. by voice
D. by paper ballot
I believe its either by paper ballot or voice

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    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ballot

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    Voice. It was a public process but was done by voice.

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    by paper ballot

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