Many polls have seen waits of more than an hour for much of the day.
Voter turnout in Montgomery County has been so strong that election officials say results will likely come later than expected Tuesday night. The Montgomery County Board of Election's schedule had called for the first batch of results to go live on its Website — www.777vote.org — at 9:20 p.m., followed by updates every 20 minutes until midnight. But given the long lines seen throughout the day, elections spokeswoman Marjorie Roher said she expects most of the county's nearly 250 polling sites to stay open well past their appointed 8 p.m. closing time. “If they’re in line, they can vote," Roher said. "So my guess is that we won’t start shutting down the equipment in a lot of the precincts until closer to 9, which means the results will be …
Voters flocked to the polls in Montgomery County on Election Day 2012.
Tuesday, November 6, 2012
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