Undated (AP) Record voter turnout and miserable weather contributed to problems during yesterday's presidential primaries in Texas and Ohio, including long lines and ballot shortages.
Some polling places in Texas were overwhelmed and stayed open far longer than planned. By midnight, about 20 people were still in line at one Houston precinct, five hours after the original cutoff.
Similar scenes were reported elsewhere in Texas, where long lines delayed the start of the state's arcane precinct caucuses for an hour or more last night.
Heavy rain, sleet, snow and ice forced at least 10 counties in Ohio to request permission to move, and a few polling spots ran on generators because of power outages.
A federal judge ordered 21 precincts to remain open an extra 90 minutes after ballots ran out.
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