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Topic - Jeff Mckay
"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.