Some precincts in the Wisconsin recall are running low on ballots, or on forms for same-day registrations.
The Madison City Clerk's office also told TPM earlier that it was printing up and delivering more ballots to some precincts.
The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports:
Poll workers at Phyllis Wheatley School, 2442 N. 20th St., reported having only 10 paper ballots shortly after 6 p.m. with many people waiting in line. The polling place had already run low on ballots earlier in the day and election officials dropped off more.
Registration forms for residents signing up to vote also ran low or were gone at several wards in Milwaukee. Janet Veum, communications coordinator for Wisconsin Jobs Now, said registration forms ran out at Wards 141 and 142 at 2450 N. 6th St. Ballots and registration forms ran out at 53rd St. School, and ballots were running low at the Center St. Library.