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D.C.-region voters greeted with lines, equipment problems at the polls

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Voters in the District battled long lines and faulty election equipment Tuesday morning as D.C. braced for what some are predicting could be a record turnout for the city. Many poll workers arrived before 7 a.m. to find dozens -- and in some cases more than 100 -- residents already queued up to cast their vote. Voters reported waiting up to two hours in some places, many noting that their...

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