Pennsylvania has an election coming up on November 6th. But they're keeping the location of polling places secret.
Seems the Keystone State's Keystone Kops are worried that terrorists will try to disrupt their statewide elections if they know where people plan to vote. So they've refused to release thier list of polling places. They say it "protects the integrity of the voting process."
So what are voters supposed to do?
They can still call their state or county election office -- or look up the list on the state's website.
Hey, sure is a good thing terrorists don't have telephones or the Internet! (The Guardian)