Voters in Georgia’s primary election Tuesday endured long lines at some voting sites, after the state adopted new voting machines and suffered shortages of poll workers due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Some voters said they waited for hours to cast a ballot, though the state had been encouraging absentee voting. State officials said many of the delays came about because poll workers were unfamiliar with the new voting machines, or due to other administrative issues such as equipment being delivered late.

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