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Computer glitches, lines slow recall election of Sen. John Morse

By: Lynn Bartels, The Denver Post
September 5, 2013 Updated: September 5, 2013 at 10:16 am
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photo - Voters cast ballots Sept. 5, 2013, at the Garden of the Gods polling location in El Paso County. (Kurtis Lee, The Denver Post)
Voters cast ballots Sept. 5, 2013, at the Garden of the Gods polling location in El Paso County. (Kurtis Lee, The Denver Post) 

El Paso County Clerk Wayne Williams is urging voters in the recall election of Senate President John Morse to use the clerk's main office location after computer glitches at one location and long lines at another slowed early voting Thursday morning.

Early voting is underway at four Motor Vehicle Division offices in the county, including Centennial Hall in downtown Colorado Springs, where computer problems in issuing the ballots created a line that snaked down a hall and outside the building.

In addition, Williams said, heavy turnout at the southeast MVD branch is causing lines there.

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