Indonesians took to the polls in the first democratic election in more than forty years June 7 with high hopes for a new political era. A good sign is that little of the violence that was feared occurred; a bad sign is the glacial pace of vote counting. With every day that passes worries rise that the count is being corrupted. The final results could be met with unrest if it appears that the ruling Golkar party received more votes than popularly believed. Consider deferring travel here until the final count is in and the reaction is clear.