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Huge Turnout Causes Election Day Voting Problems

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Huge Turnout Causes Election Day Voting Problems

Election 2008: Voting Problems

Huge Turnout Causes Election Day Voting Problems

Huge Turnout Causes Election Day Voting Problems

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Throughout Election Day, many field offices and news organizations heard reports of long lines, malfunctioning machines and misleading robocalls.

Farai Chideya revisits some of the problems voters faced at the polls yesterday with Sherrilyn Ifill, a civil rights lawyer and law professor at the University of Maryland Law School.

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