Polling problems are cropping up around the Garden State as New Jersey voters attempt to cast their ballots in races including the U.S. Senate contest between incumbent Democrat Bob Menendez and Republican challenger Bob Hugin. Rush Limbaugh speculated Tuesday that polling problems in New Jersey could indicate political malfeasance.
We will continue to monitor this developing situation.
NJ.com reports: “New Jersey voters have been heading to the polls in full force Tuesday with reports of long lines at some locations and scattered problems with casting ballots. The most common issues so far involve the change in mail-in ballots, polling machines not working and voters being turned away or being forced to use provisional ballots. Voters at one polling locations found the doors locked at 6 a.m. when voting started.”
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