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It took one movie star five hours and a judge's order before he could vote by machine in his district Tuesday.

Scattered problems were reported nationwide with registration issues snarling the process in some battleground states and massive turnout slowing things down in others.

Long lines persisted in some parts of Pennsylvania, a fiercely contested state. In Upper Darby, near Philadelphia, township residents and Lincoln University students endured lines that lasted as long as 11 hours and stretched past the state's closing time of 8 p.m. Read full article »

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