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County Officials Want Answers After Voters Waited Hours To Vote Super Tuesday

Video Credit: KCAL 9 CBS LA - Duration: 02:18s - Published
County Officials Want Answers After Voters Waited Hours To Vote Super Tuesday

County Officials Want Answers After Voters Waited Hours To Vote Super Tuesday

On Tuesday, the new e-voting system sparked issues and delays across the county.

Long lines were reported at several polling centers late into the night.

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