Woman's Garage Serves as Polling Place When voters head to the polls in West Virginia's Monongalia County, Precinct 40, they go to Wilma Shriver's garage. Hear Shriver and NPR's Melissa Block.
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Woman's Garage Serves as Polling Place

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Woman's Garage Serves as Polling Place

Woman's Garage Serves as Polling Place

Woman's Garage Serves as Polling Place

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When voters head to the polls in West Virginia's Monongalia County, Precinct 40, they go to Wilma Shriver's garage. Hear Shriver and NPR's Melissa Block.