Primary Election Snafus Show Challenges For November Vote

Posted by on June 3, 2020 4:35 pm
Categories: US National Stories

Voters stand in line as they wait their turn to cast their ballots during primary voting in Braddock, Pa., on Tuesday, June 2. Problems with absentee ballots and a smaller number of polling places led to long lines in several states as primary elections that were delayed by the coronavirus resumed.

Some voters in Washington, DC., Pennsylvania and Maryland did not receive the absentee ballots they had requested, leading to long lines at the limited number of polling places that were open.

(Image credit: Gene J. Puskar/AP)

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