Utah: Glitch temporarily disrupts voting in Washington County | The Salt Lake Tribune

Jen McDonald got to her polling location in downtown St. George at 8 a.m. Tuesday, and was informed “there was a glitch” in the voting machines — so she filled out a paper ballot. When Kate Davidson, McDonald’s sister-in-law, went to her polling place on St. George’s south side about 10:30 a.m., the news was worse: “They said, ‘We’re out of ballots and our machines aren’t working.’ ” Davidson, with her 3-year-old and 8-month-old in tow, was given three options: Wait around 20 minutes or longer for the machines to be fixed, go to another polling location where paper ballots were still available, or come back in the afternoon. She chose to come back later.

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