Some Hartford residents have been waiting in line at the Hartford City Hall for more than three hours trying to vote for a president.
Residents were waiting to receive provisional ballots in a line that extended from the atrium to the back door of the basement Tuesday night. People were still in long lines after 8 p.m.
According to the state of Connecticut website, a resident may apply for and be issued a provisional ballot if the person does one of the following items:
A first-time voter must present a "current and valid photo identification" or a current utility bill, bank statement, government check, paycheck, or other government document that shows your name and address, according to the state of Connecticut website.
In Bridgeport, there were long lines and some voters waited three hours at the Harding High School. However, everyone was allowed to vote since they were in line before 8 p.m. and there were no ballot shortages.
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