Ballots 2.0

Following the example of nick groenke's excellent ballot website at
I'm venturing into the arena of high-tech ballots. Between DropBox (an idiot-easy way to publish files) and TiddlyWiki (an idiot-easy way to make a website) I think I'm pretty much set. The best part is, if this works right I should be able to edit offline and have my ballots auto-magically sent over the tubes when I get a connection. 

Right now there's a sample ballot on there and an explanation of how I set it up. 

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