Power Outage At Minn. Polls After Accident
Power outages occurred at polling places in St. Paul, Minn., after a truck hit a power plant at about 8:25 a.m. Power was out for about 90 minutes at one polling place, the St. Paul Pioneer Press reported, but it did not adversely affect voting, elections officials said. Voters' ballots were held in a "security slot" on the ballot box until power was restored. Then, two election judges from different parties fed the ballots through. (St. Paul Pioneer Press)
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