Reading the chatter on social media, I'm going to predict some messiness tomorrow with ballots because it seems LLA is a bit disorganized in the provinces as far as having enough poll workers (?). It also sounds like they're not sending as many ballots to prep the rooms in the morning, with the expectation that their representatives will restock the rooms throughout the day rather than just put enough ballots there to begin with. This in theory will insure that the evil Ks don't destroy their ballots throughout the day, but lacking sufficient party organization, some expect this will lead to reports of stations lacking Milei ballots (which never got replenished, or delivered in the first place).And you think that the Peronistas are incapable of fraud, especially in the provincia de Buenos Aires?
It sounds like it's on the individual parties to do this; each is given an equal amount of money to print and distribute ballots. But LLA, being a new party, does not really have their ducks in a row outside the major cities. Calls from underlings with questions are not being returned by higher-ups in a timely fashion, etc. Fingers crossed there's no major snafus but seems unlikely, with the milei team already talking about fraud.
The milei folks online seem to be lamenting that the current government is to blame for not having a single ballot system; but just like in the USA, the time to complain about election laws is a year before the election, not the day before (if you have actionable concerns). Or, god forbid, the day after.
This stuff is painful for me to watch since I work ballot processing when I'm in the States, and had to hear all the nonsense about "fraud" in 2020; which was easily explained if anyone had bothered to ask someone who actually did the work. People being all,"why are they stopping at 2 am!?"... As if a bunch of local retirees earning minimum wage were going to drink red bull and pull an all-nighter to get it done ASAP. Uh, nope. Not how it goes.