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Strange polling places

A voter casts his ballot inside the garage of Chobert Decorators during the presidential election in Philadelphia. 



REUTERS/Charles Mostoller

A voter casts his ballot inside the garage of Chobert Decorators during the presidential election in Philadelphia. REUTERS/Charles Mostoller

A voter casts his ballot inside the garage of Chobert Decorators during the presidential election in Philadelphia. REUTERS/Charles Mostoller
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Voters fill out their ballots at Elevation Fire Station in Benson, North Carolina. 


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Voters fill out their ballots at Elevation Fire Station in Benson, North Carolina. REUTERS/Chris Keane

Voters fill out their ballots at Elevation Fire Station in Benson, North Carolina. REUTERS/Chris Keane
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Voters cast their ballot at Marie's Golden Cue in Chicago. 


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Voters cast their ballot at Marie's Golden Cue in Chicago. REUTERS/Jim Young

Voters cast their ballot at Marie's Golden Cue in Chicago. REUTERS/Jim Young
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Voters cast their ballots at a neighborhood grocery store in National City, California. 

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Voters cast their ballots at a neighborhood grocery store in National City, California. REUTERS/Mike Blake

Voters cast their ballots at a neighborhood grocery store in National City, California. REUTERS/Mike Blake
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A voter fills out his ballot in a living room polling place in Dover, Oklahoma. REUTERS/Nick Oxford

A voter fills out his ballot in a living room polling place in Dover, Oklahoma. REUTERS/Nick Oxford

A voter fills out his ballot in a living room polling place in Dover, Oklahoma. REUTERS/Nick Oxford
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Voters cast ballots during the presidential election in a farm shed near Neveda, Iowa. REUTERS/Scott Morgan

Voters cast ballots during the presidential election in a farm shed near Neveda, Iowa. REUTERS/Scott Morgan

Voters cast ballots during the presidential election in a farm shed near Neveda, Iowa. REUTERS/Scott Morgan
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A voter holds his ballot in the presidential election at Su Nueva Lavanderia in Chicago. 


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A voter holds his ballot in the presidential election at Su Nueva Lavanderia in Chicago. REUTERS/Jim Young

A voter holds his ballot in the presidential election at Su Nueva Lavanderia in Chicago. REUTERS/Jim Young
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A polling place is set up inside Anthony's Tavern in Philadelphia. 

REUTERS/Charles Mostoller

A polling place is set up inside Anthony's Tavern in Philadelphia. REUTERS/Charles Mostoller

A polling place is set up inside Anthony's Tavern in Philadelphia. REUTERS/Charles Mostoller
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A voter looks over her ballot for the presidential election at Sam's Auto Sales in Chicago. REUTERS/Jim Young

A voter looks over her ballot for the presidential election at Sam's Auto Sales in Chicago. REUTERS/Jim Young

A voter looks over her ballot for the presidential election at Sam's Auto Sales in Chicago. REUTERS/Jim Young
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A voter lines up to vote at Jimmie G's Restaurant in Chicago. 

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A voter lines up to vote at Jimmie G's Restaurant in Chicago. REUTERS/Jim Young

A voter lines up to vote at Jimmie G's Restaurant in Chicago. REUTERS/Jim Young
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Voters head to the polls in a one-room schoolhouse near Colo, Iowa. REUTERS/Scott Morgan

Voters head to the polls in a one-room schoolhouse near Colo, Iowa. REUTERS/Scott Morgan

Voters head to the polls in a one-room schoolhouse near Colo, Iowa. REUTERS/Scott Morgan
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People vote at the Bermuda voting precinct at Causey's Country Store in Dillon, South Carolina. REUTERS/Randall Hill

People vote at the Bermuda voting precinct at Causey's Country Store in Dillon, South Carolina. REUTERS/Randall Hill

People vote at the Bermuda voting precinct at Causey's Country Store in Dillon, South Carolina. REUTERS/Randall Hill
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A voter looks over her ballot at Delia's Beauty Salon and Barber Shop in Chicago. 

REUTERS/Jim Young

A voter looks over her ballot at Delia's Beauty Salon and Barber Shop in Chicago. REUTERS/Jim Young

A voter looks over her ballot at Delia's Beauty Salon and Barber Shop in Chicago. REUTERS/Jim Young
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Signs mark the entrance to voters for the Manning precinct polling station at the old Wilkerson Store in Dillon, South Carolina. 


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Signs mark the entrance to voters for the Manning precinct polling station at the old Wilkerson Store in Dillon, South Carolina. REUTERS/Randall Hill

Signs mark the entrance to voters for the Manning precinct polling station at the old Wilkerson Store in Dillon, South Carolina. REUTERS/Randall Hill
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A voter fills out her ballot in San Diego. 

REUTERS/Sandy Huffaker

A voter fills out her ballot in San Diego. REUTERS/Sandy Huffaker

A voter fills out her ballot in San Diego. REUTERS/Sandy Huffaker
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Poll workers look on as Mandi Talbott fills out her ballot and Phil Talbott arrives to vote in a living room polling place in Dover, Oklahoma. REUTERS/Nick Oxford

Poll workers look on as Mandi Talbott fills out her ballot and Phil Talbott arrives to vote in a living room polling place in Dover, Oklahoma. REUTERS/Nick Oxford

Poll workers look on as Mandi Talbott fills out her ballot and Phil Talbott arrives to vote in a living room polling place in Dover, Oklahoma. REUTERS/Nick Oxford
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A propane heater warms the Manning precinct polling station located at the old Wilkerson Store in Dillon, South Carolina. REUTERS/Randall Hill

A propane heater warms the Manning precinct polling station located at the old Wilkerson Store in Dillon, South Carolina. REUTERS/Randall Hill

A propane heater warms the Manning precinct polling station located at the old Wilkerson Store in Dillon, South Carolina. REUTERS/Randall Hill
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A voter leaves Daisy's Hair Studio after casting her ballot in Chicago. REUTERS/Jim Young

A voter leaves Daisy's Hair Studio after casting her ballot in Chicago. REUTERS/Jim Young

A voter leaves Daisy's Hair Studio after casting her ballot in Chicago. REUTERS/Jim Young
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A voter casts their ballot at a polling place inside a Chinese restaurant in Philadelphia. REUTERS/Charles Mostoller

A voter casts their ballot at a polling place inside a Chinese restaurant in Philadelphia. REUTERS/Charles Mostoller

A voter casts their ballot at a polling place inside a Chinese restaurant in Philadelphia. REUTERS/Charles Mostoller
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A voter casts his ballot inside a Chicago Fire department building. REUTERS/Jim Young

A voter casts his ballot inside a Chicago Fire department building. REUTERS/Jim Young

A voter casts his ballot inside a Chicago Fire department building. REUTERS/Jim Young
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