Intro: While other states are reporting polling problems . . . there's bipartisan agreement in Missouri over the state's untroubled electoral process. Carolyn Tseng and Beverly Rivera have more from the State Capitol.
Many Missourians head for the voting booths today. Missouri Democratic spokesman Jack Cardetti says no problems are reported at the polls.
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Description: Cardetti says everything seems to be running smoothly, and out of the gate with a pretty smooth election.
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Description: Sloca says the Republican Party works hard to get voters out to the polls, and this strategy is superior to that of the Democrats.
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Description: Cardetti says it's a shame because voters need more options.
Sloca says without straight ticket voting . . . Missourians spend more time researching ballot issues.
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Description: Sloca says it's unfortunate that Carnahan stood in the way of the voter ID proposal. Actuality: PAUL2.WAV
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Description: Sloca says it's an attempt by Carnahan to raise questions on the election process that she needs to oversee. Actuality: CARDETT3.WAV
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Description: Cardetti says the incident is only an isolated problem that is hopefully resolved by election day.
Both spokesmen say they are not expecting trouble at the polls for the rest of the day.
Many Missourians head for the voting booths today.
Missouri Democratic spokesman Jack Cardetti says no problems are reported at the polls.