Sausage sizzles in parking lots are popular in Australia, but on man didn't want to drive to get one. He sent his drone instead, but now his $8 sausage could end up costing him $6,900. Ouch. Eric Thayer/Getty Images hide caption

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Dale Earnhardt Jr. Pulled Over For Speeding

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Ruby Lortie (center, wearing black), marches to get out the vote with other fifth-grade students from Boulder Community School of Integrated Studies in Boulder, Colo. Nathaniel Minor/Colorado Public Radio hide caption

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These Fifth-Graders Think It's Really, Really Important That You Vote

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Akron is one of four cities trying to inject playfulness and joy into the act of voting through activities such as "virtual wrestling." New World Performance Laboratory hide caption

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Akron Works To Bring Joy To Voting

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Campaign signs are placed outside a polling precinct open for early voting in Akron, Ohio. Spencer Platt/Getty Images hide caption

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Plans To Watch Polls For Fraud Raise Fears Of Intimidation

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People register to vote at a polling station before casting their ballots in the constitutional referendum in Thailand's northeastern province of Buriram on Sunday. AFP/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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A CD-ROM containing two spreadsheets with names that New York City Board of Elections officials say were purged from voter rolls. Brigid Bergin/WNYC hide caption

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Why Voter Rolls Can Be A Mess

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Ohio voters at the polls in Cincinnati for the state's primary on March 15. John Sommers II/Getty Images hide caption

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Amid Long Voting Lines And Claims Of A 'Rigged System,' Does My Vote Matter?

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Barber Leroy Robinson Jr., one of the participants of the Sharp Insight project, has a shop on Lancaster Avenue in West Philadelphia. Bastiaan Slabbers/WHYY hide caption

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Turnout And A Trim: Bid To Boost Black Men's Voting Heads To The Barbershop

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Some 280,000 voters are expected to cast ballots in Polk County, Fla. Renata Sago/WMFE hide caption

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Flashbacks Of Florida 2000 As Voting Machines Age

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Singer Michelle Blackwell is helping lead the effort to enfranchise teenagers in the nation's capital. She and guitarist Frank "Scooby" Marshall of the The Chuck Brown All-Star Go-Go Band play a concert at Washington, D.C.'s Howard Theatre. John Shore hide caption

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Unlikely Advocates Push To Give 16-Year-Olds A Vote — And A Voice

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Ex-Felons Fight To Restore Their Right To Vote

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A man takes a "selfie" while waiting in line to cast his vote in the Wisconsin gubernatorial race in November. Darren Hauck/Getty Images hide caption

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'Ballot Selfies' Clash With The Sanctity Of Secret Polling

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Election worker Bradley Kryst loads voting machines onto a truck at the Clark County election warehouse on Nov. 3, in North Las Vegas. As voting machine technology changes, state elections officials are trying to keep up. John Locher/AP hide caption

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Around The U.S., Voting Technology Is All Over The Place

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