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Reports of Voting Problems Fewer than Expected

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Reports of Voting Problems Fewer than Expected

Reports of Voting Problems Fewer than Expected

Reports of Voting Problems Fewer than Expected

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Voting officials found problems at a number of polling sites Tuesday. Some machines broke down, some voters were turned away and provisional ballots have become a matter of dispute in Ohio. But there were fewer voting irregularities than expected. Hear NPR's Pam Fessler.

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