In North Carolina, where voting machines glitches were reported in several counties, the state's elections board decided Tuesday evening to extend polling hours by 20 to 60 minutes at eight precincts in Durham County, which had experienced the most widespread machine issues in the state.
The elections board also said it would keep one polling site in Columbus County open by an extra 30 minutes. Polls were originally scheduled to close at 7:30 p.m.
In Dover, N.H., elections officials said they would extend voting until 8 p.m. The decision came in response to a request from Democrats, after an email was sent to about 250 residents with the wrong information about the poll closing time.