Voters waiting in line for ballots
Voters wait in a line for additional ballots at the Lucy Stone Elementary School in Boston.

City scrambles to deliver ballots as voters wait

By Donovan Slack and Yvonne Abraham
Globe Staff / November 8, 2006

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Boston polling stations, overwhelmed by voters turning out in almost record-breaking numbers, ran out of ballots during a peak voting period yesterday, forcing the city to speed replacement ballots to polls in police cruisers, and sparking anger from voters who waited in line, in some cases for hours, or walked away in disgust. (Full article: 730 words)

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