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Faulty voting machines causing long lines across the country

November 6, 2012   ·   Election Protection

We’re already seeing reports of voting machine malfunctions in a number of states causing long lines and frustration for voters.

Voting machines in Galveston, Texas were not properly turned on, delaying voting by at least 30 minutes at all 45 polling locations. Click here for the full article.

[Video] A printing malfunction slowed in-person absentee voting in Palm Beach County on Monday. Some voters waited up to six hours to cast their ballots. Click here for the full article.

Voting machine problems have cause delays and long lines in Hamilton County, a heavily populated Indianapolis suburb. Officials say cards used to clear tallies from the machine before voting began were not programmed correctly. Click here for the full article.

Printer, scanner issues hold up voting lines in Dayton, Ohio. WHIO has a running article throughout the day detailing issues voters face in the area. Click here for the full article.

Officials in Norfolk, Virginia deal with voting machine issues. Click here for the full article.

If your precinct is having computer malfunctions, be sure to call us at 1-866-OUR-VOTE or 1-888-VE-Y-VOTA to report the issue.