“Aging Machines, Crowds, Humidity: Problems at the Polls Were Mundane but Widespread”

Pro Publica:

While aging infrastructure was already a well-known problem to election administrators, the surge of voters experiencing ordinary glitches led to extraordinarily long waits, sometimes stretching over hours. From Pennsylvania to Georgia to Arizona and Michigan, polling places started the day with broken machines leading to long lines, and never recovered.

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