There are two Constitutional amendments on this ballot as well and each could have far reaching implications. The first, which I favor, creates the Hogan backed “lock box” which directs casino revenues to be used to supplement, not replace, the state's portion of aid to education. That's what we were told was to happen when we passed the authorization to allow casino gambling in the first place. The second amendment, which I am against, would allow people to register and immediately vote on election day. I may be an old fogey, but I think that there are sufficient opportunities to register before the current deadline. As well, one can register to vote at any number of places, or even online. I don't see where that is such an imposition or a denying of the franchise.