Long lines at Oklahoma elections a product of new state laws, election policies

Election officials said long lines at Tuesday’s presidential election in Oklahoma were similar to 2004 and 2008 despite lower voter turnout.

BY ZEKE CAMPFIELD Published: November 10, 2012
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State and county election officials say long lines at the polls on Tuesday are a byproduct of the state’s election laws and policies and that there are no plans to address them — at least not immediately.

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