Problems at the Super Tuesday Polls in Harris County

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HOUSTON, TX – Results are in, votes counted, and Super Tuesday is over! Finally! So, how exactly was the voting experience? We heard there were many problems at the polls in Harris County.

Thanks to record numbers of voters turning out to cast ballots, there weren’t nearly enough voting machines to go around. That left frustrated, yet dedicated, voters in long lines till well past 10pm. The polls are supposed to close at 7pm.

And in some cases, voters waited for over an hour just to find out they were in the wrong place. Many polling places that have been the same for years were suddenly split up between Republicans and Democrats.

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