According to an elections official in Pennsylvania, there are still hundreds of polling places without power in the Keystone State. Ron Ruman—a spokesman for the Department of State—says that crews continue to restore power to areas of Pennsylvania, bringing the number of powerless polling places down as the election approaches. As of midday Friday, there were still between 250 and 300 polling places without power. Pennsylvania has 9,300-some polling places. [CBS 3]
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