Among the many headaches created by this month's primary election was the one many voters got just trying to read those damn tiny fonts on their ballots. But good news everyone! The New York City Board of Elections says those pains won't return come the general election on November 6. Seven-point fonts for candidate names, it was nice to know you!

Come November the ballots will feature massive nine-point fonts, which was apparently "as big as we were able to get it," according to a commissioner on the Board of Elections. Problem that is state law requires uniform font sizes across ballots. Luckily seems somebody figured out you can put names on two lines!

So, nine-point fonts will just have to do this year. But there is a chance that in the future the text could get bigger. The Times notes that Assemblyman Brian Kavanagh has a bill in Albany that would require 12-point fonts for candidates' names on future ballots. As long as they don't start using Comic Sans...