Voting Tolls 

For local election monitors, misinformation, malfunctions and late-arriving voting lists plagued the day's work.

Joe Leonard stops in the middle of the hallway and raises a ringing cell phone to his ear. "What's your two o'clock count?" he says, nodding, then -- without looking at any notes -- he explains to the person at the other…

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