Long lines mar Super Tuesday voting in two biggest states
By CHRISTINA A. CASSIDY and ADRIAN SAINZ
Voters stood in line for two hours at some California precincts on Super Tuesday, but that was nothing to what some voters endured in Texas, where some ballots were finally cast at midnight. The two biggest delegate prizes on Super Tuesday also became the two biggest headaches for voters, and for different reasons. A new voting system in Los Angeles County and new statewide election reforms slowed the process for scores of California voters. In Texas, a party-controlled primary system that includes requiring equal numbers of voting machines for both major political parties had thousands of Democratic voters stuck at polling places for five, six even seven hours.
Copyright 2020 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed without permission.
McAllen proclaims month of September as Deaf Awareness Month
New initiative will vaccinate thousands maquiladora workers from Nuevo León
On 20th anniversary of Queen Isabella Causeway collapse, officials share improvements made...
Harlingen continues efforts to vaccinate against COVID-19, offers incentive
FDA advisory panel to discuss COVID-19 booster shots