Computer Problems Cause Long Voting Lines In Georgia

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Computer Problems Cause Long Voting Lines In Georgia
In Georgia, people camped out again Wednesday to cast their ballots during the state's third day of early voting.
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In Georgia, people camped out again Wednesday to cast their ballots during the state's third day of early voting.

Election officials told the Atlanta Journal Constitution that delays were caused by slow-moving computers.

Some voters in the state waited up to eight hours in line to cast their ballots.

Nearly a quarter of a million Georgia residents early voted early in-person Monday and Tuesday. 

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