Vote Report: Crowdsourcing Voter Irregularities
Throughout the day, we've gotten more than 10,000 reports of how voting went for people throughout the country. For the most part, voters have complained about wait times. On the high end was one report from a cell phone user in Trussville, Ind., who reported a three-and-a-half hour wait. (Look at wait times by state over at Plodt).
But some of the most compelling reports have come from voters using their iphone application or leaving messages.
Take this voter who went to the polling place listed on his registration card to find it closed and under construction.
Or this voter who reported her Kansas issued ID was not valid in Indiana. They told her she had to use an Indiana University ID. "In actuality, I'm being charged $20 to vote," she said.
There's also a great deal of voters who experienced no problems. Keema called in to give a report of her first ever vote. She said it was a day she would never forget.
9:12 PM ET | 11- 4-2008 | permalink