Voters will be streaming in and out of polling places for the primary election today. A voter also has the right to receive a replacement ballot if they mess their first one up. Maura Possley, with the attorney general’s office, says anyone who’s in line before seven will be guaranteed the right to vote.
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She says more than 180 crews will be out at polling places to enforce voters rights. They’ll also be keeping an eye out for potential voter fraud.