Isolated Voting Problems, But (Seemingly) No Catastrophe
As you can see below and on VoteWatch, there’s been a steady stream of reports of incidents from around the country. Long lines, litigation, allegations of intimidation, suppression schemes, today has had it all. Election Protection, a group that’s manning call centers to field complaints from voters all over the country, says it’s had 50,000 calls.
But as one election watchdog tells the Washington Post, “We’ve seen some scattered problems, but by and large, none of the sort of catastrophic events people worried about have come to pass—so far."
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