Some Election Day glitches, voting machine problems and all-around headaches for election officials.
North Carolina, where voters were deciding whether to put a Republican in the White House, had some precincts where machines didn't boot up properly. In Cumberland County, election officials said law enforcement was called but quickly determined that a bomb threat at several precincts was a hoax.
The district attorney in Philadelphia is looking into complaints about problems with voting inspectors. The Republican Party says dozens of legally credentialed minority voting inspectors were removed from polling places there.
Voting machine problems caused long lines in Indiana's Hamilton County, a heavily populated Indianapolis suburb. The cards used to clear tallies from voting machines were not programmed correctly. And the office of Nebraska's secretary of state says a voter in Omaha inadvertently received a ballot that was already filled out for Mitt Romney.
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