IT’S Tim Robbins vs. the city’s Board of Elections – Round 2. The actor caused a ruckus on Election Day, when he went to vote at the YMCA on West 14th Street and found his name wasn’t in the poll book. He refused to cast a paper ballot, and got a court order to allow him to pull the lever. “This is just one example of how difficult it is to vote in the US,” he sniffed. In a letter to Robbins yesterday, the board said he went to the wrong polling place because he’d moved from West 15th Street to West 19th on Feb. 19, 2004, so his voting location changed to West 20th. It wasn’t noticed earlier because he hadn’t voted in recent elections, the board said. But Robbins told The Post’s David Seifman that his West 19th Street address is only an office and he still lives on West 15th. He says he even voted in 2006 without a problem: “I have never voted at this place they claim I’m registered at. I think they are trying to cover their tracks.”
Don’t think, Meat. You’ll only hurt the ball club.