(MSNBC) As voters in 12 states head to the polls for Super Tuesday, there are scattered reports of election problems — especially in the South.
Officials at Election Protection, a coalition of groups that runs an election-day hotline to help voters who encounter problems, say the phone lines have been busy, with about 800 calls as of around 11:45 am ET. The highest volume came from Texas, Georgia, and Alabama.
Many of the calls came from voters who have moved recently and want to know whether they can still vote at their old poling location, said Kristen Clarke, the executive director of the Lawyers Committee for Civil Rights Under Law, which helps lead the effort.
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