Voting machine problems resolved in E. Flatbush

A polling location in East Flatbush was fixed within an hour after some problems on election morning. Poll workers say technicians had to fix some

Poll workers say everything is working fine now at the precinct.

Poll workers say everything is working fine now at the precinct. (11/5/13)

EAST FLATBUSH - A polling location in East Flatbush was fixed within an hour after some problems on election morning.

Poll workers say technicians had to fix some machines at P.S. 208, as one had jammed and another hadn't been plugged in.

Across the borough, 10 polling sites had problems on Election Day but all were fixed.

Voters at P.S. 208 say the biggest issues for them in this year's election are the economy, education, jobs and resolving stop-and-frisk. 

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