WASHINGTON (Sputnik) – At least two members of the New York City Council say wet ballots have caused scanners to fail at polling places in their neighborhoods, US media reported on Tuesday.
Wet paper ballots caused scanners to fail at polling places in Manhattan and Brooklyn, which is leading to long lines for voters, Politico reported.
Complaints about voting machine problems are coming in from all five boroughs of New York City.
Earlier on Tuesday, the weather caused problems for voters in a North Carolina county. That state’s board of elections said humidity caused trouble with ballot scanners.
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