Anti-Obama Fliers, Heavy Turnout in Pa.
Elections officials and attorneys are keeping a close eye on Pennsylvania where voters awoke to especially long lines in Pittsburgh and some "funny business" in Philadelphia.
Heavy turnout in Pittsburgh caused long lines and some voting glitches but no major incidents. In Philadelphia, phony voting information was sent via text message in the Roxborough neighborhood and anti-Obama fliers, depicting the Democratic presidential candidate as an Arab on a $3 bill under a banner that read: "The Concerned States of America," were distributed outside one polling place. (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette; Philadelphia Inquirer)
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