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ELECTION PROBLEMS

Lines, malfunctions, and untrained poll workers plague some states

By Alan Wirzbicki
Globe Correspondent / November 8, 2006

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WASHINGTON -- In Virginia, deceptive phone calls threatened residents with arrest if they tried to vote. In Kansas, voting machines wouldn't work until poll workers jerry-rigged them with hand lotion. And in Pennsylvania, Indiana, and Ohio, glitches with new computerized voting systems caused long waits and may have prevented some people from voting at all. (Full article: 593 words)

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