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Short Take: Clinton wins unofficial L.A. vote

Traditional telephone polling was cast aside for PCs, digital cameras, and color printers Tuesday when 1856 Los Angeles residents cast their presidential vote a week early. Each voter posed for a photo, taken by a digital camera, which was instantly turned into a campaign button featuring the voter beside her or his choice candidate. The winner of the poll was the candidate with whom most participants wanted to appear. Bill Clinton was the winner. The software used was Microsoft Picture It, personal imaging software.

Traditional telephone polling was cast aside for PCs, digital cameras, and color printers Tuesday when 1856 Los Angeles residents cast their presidential vote a week early. Each voter posed for a photo, taken by a digital camera, which was instantly turned into a campaign button featuring the voter beside her or his choice candidate. The winner of the poll was the candidate with whom most participants wanted to appear. Bill Clinton was the winner. The software used was Microsoft Picture It, personal imaging software.