New State Voting Laws Could Delay Results of Close Elections

Because new voting laws are likely to increase the number of people who have to cast provisional ballots in key states, tight races for Congress, governor and local offices could be stuck in limbo while election officials scrutinize ballots.
September 26, 2012

Because new voting laws are likely to increase the number of people who have to cast provisional ballots in key states, tight races for Congress, governor and local offices could be stuck in limbo while election officials scrutinize ballots.

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