Voting problems hit some areas, but feds see no signs of a hack

Updated 9:22 PM EST, Tue November 6, 2018
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Voters across the country had trouble voting in scattered parts of the country, but the big fear of the day – an outright hack of voting systems – apparently hasn’t materialized, federal officials say.

“These are technical issues, equipment challenges. From (an) intel perspective, we are not seeing any malicious activities with any of these technical glitches across the country,” a Department of Homeland Security official told reporters Tuesday evening.

Here are some of the voter issues and irregularities that CNN has found this Election Day, from power outages to voting machine shortages to excessive humidity.