WFMY News 2 Reporters At Triad Voting Sites

5:36 PM, Nov 6, 2012   |    comments
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WFMY -- Polling stations in the Triad are ready for voters. Some stations in High Point are without power after a car accident.

Things got interesting after 2:20pm in High Point for voters after a car took down a utility pole. The collision left several voting sites without power.

WFMY News 2's captured the moments of voting in the dark at Triad Community Baptist Church in High Point.

Faith Abubey did a sweep of several voting sites in Guilford County.

Tony Smith checked out the voters in Randolph County. He spoke with voters in Randleman. He learned that as of 2PM, more than 17,000 voters in Randolph Co. voted. News 2 was at First United Methodist Church (Polling Place) in Randlman...there were more than 1,133 votes as of 6PM. Elections officials told us, this was one of the busiest polling places in the county. Check out some of the video we caught during Super Tuesday in Randleman.

A WFMY News 2 Photojournalist got voters at Marvin Smith Elementary in Burlington, one of Alamance County's busiest voting sites, according to the Alamance Co. Board of Elections.

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