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Voters in West Virginia Rushed to Polls to Cast their Vote.

<span mce_style="font-size: small;" style="font-size: small;">For the November 6th election voters in West Virginia rushed to the polls to cast their vote.</span>
MARTINSBURG, WV - For the November 6th election voters in West Virginia rushed to the polls to cast their vote.

"I'm happy to vote. I enjoy voting it's our right and our responsibility to vote," says voter Harry Waddell.

The long lines stirred up chatter among the voters. Many say it was a lot more crowded than expected. Although the polling places were packed, voters say they don't mind the wait.

"I've been in line waiting for a little while but it's worth the wait for our next president it's well worth it," says voter Jennifer Duvall.

"The whole process was great. Everything was easy to read. Really with a touch screen it was easy enough. The format was great and people were very helpful," says voter Christopher Hume.

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