In any election, voting problems are bound to crop up--whether it's miscalibrated electronic machines or a lack of pencils to fill out paper ballots.

In such a highly anticipated election, the sheer number of people expected to vote Tuesday will likely add to the problems. CNET News will be keeping track of e-voting glitches and problems as they arise. Refresh for updates throughout the day (all times in PST, unless noted otherwise).


The Electronic Frontier Foundation site, which is recording complaints from voters across the country, has had more than 9,000 complaints of voting problems, including at least 500 reports with voting equipment.

Tuesday, November 4, 2008

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