Some voters in Jefferson County, Colorado, a swing county in one of the battleground states, had trouble casting their ballots at the polls Tuesday morning, according to a report from the Denver Post.
At one polling location, several people were turned away because they were not on the registration list. One voter suggested they had the wrong list.
Long lines forced some voters to give up on voting -- at least in the morning.
In swing Arapahoe County, five voting machines were down at one polling station when the polls opened. The line to cast a provisional ballot was about two hours.
Read the rest at the Post.