Voters Face Long Lines, Ballot Problems

People waited for hours in long lines to cast their votes in the presidential election in a day largely free of major voting breakdowns or systemic irregularities. The main complaint was long lines, as the sheer number of voters overwhelmed polling places, particularly in battleground states like Virginia, Pennsylvania and Ohio. In some cases, voters lined up around the block or waited more than five hours to cast a vote. Voters faced a variety of other problems -- there were scattered...Full Story
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