Board of Elections: No Major Problems; Turnout Light
Dan Murphy, the spokesman for D.C.'s Board of Elections and Ethics, reports that there have been no major problems at the voting precincts. In past years, sites have run out of ballots or had technical breakdowns or not enough staffers.
"We haven't seen any major problems," Murphy said. "Things opened on time. We've not seen a huge turnout. It's been pretty light."
Murphy did not have specific count of how many have come to the polls.
Posted by: katrina | September 10, 2008 5:28 AM | Report abuse
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