We’re just a couple weeks away from the general election and problems have already surfaced concerning the voting machines. NBC11 News reports this morning that a snag at the Goodwill voting site happened while a fourth voter cast his ballot. Technicians had to come in and recalibrated the machine then took it out of service. Election judges wound up giving the voter a paper ballot. Officials have reassured the previous three votes their ballots were counted. They say there are several safeguards to protect voters from accidentally voting for a candidate they didn’t intend to, and say the best thing to do is double-check your ballot.Colorado began early elections on Monday.