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Voting Progressing at Port Washington Polling Places

Some issues reported.

Port Washington voters continue to head to their assigned polling places, with some reporting there was no power at United Methodist Church. 

Readers said there were no lines and experienced short waits through the afternoon at Sousa Elementary School, Flower Hill Hose Company No. 1 and other polling locations. Still, some indiviudals reported assorted issues, including a lack of pens for marking ballots, and an inoperative scanner that required the ballot to be put into a slot so it could be scanned at a later time when the machine was operational. And some voting at United Methodist Church did report chilly temperatures within the building. 

To learn more about these experiences and to read what local voters are saying, visit the Port Washington Patch Facebook page

The polls are open until 9 p.m. Find your polling place

Viewing Election Results:

Those without power can view the election results at the Port Washington Recovery Center, which is open Tuesday until 11 p.m.

Patch will update this story as the evening goes on. Please send us your photos of polling place activities, lines, and happenings. Upload them directly here.

Archie Bunker November 07, 2012 at 02:29 AM
What kind of Banana Republic election is this? The only scanning machine at Sousa was out of order How can we be assured that our votes will be counted?

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