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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Blame Washington's intelligence failure, not lack of police
Topic - Jeff Mckay
Virginia residents went to polling stations across the commonwealth Tuesday to vote in state and local elections, creating a slow but steady turnout amid some voting-machine malfunctions and confusion about new voting districts and where to cast ballots.
The Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority on Wednesday approved plans for an underground Metrorail station at Washington Dulles International Airport that is $300 million more expensive than a rejected above-ground option.
"If someone gets to their polling place and they're told it's the wrong precinct, people will get frustrated," he said. "I'm telling my people: If you see somebody get turned away, make sure you help them get to the right voting precinct."
Mr. McKay said he had yet to encounter problems with voters confused about recently-redrawn district lines, but that he anticipated some problems by the end of the day.