'Breathtaking' Numbers of Americans Flood the Polls
An unprecedented outpouring of voters translated into waits of several hours today at polling sites from southeastern Virginia to Arizona, amid sporadic reports around the country of voting machine malfunctions, faulty registration lists and deceptive text-messages and other high-tech efforts to deter young people and minorities from casting ballots. (Washington Post)
By Amanda Zamora |
November 4, 2008; 11:34 PM ET
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