Pa polls are closed, but some are still voting

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Dan Hardy and Martha Woodall report: Voters were still waiting in line at 9 p.m. at 12th and Susquehanna in Philadelphia and near Lincoln University... Read more

Rendell: Pa. turnout will reach historic level

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Kristen Graham reports: 6:35 p.m. Speaking to reporters at an early evening news conference, Gov. Rendell predicted a historic turnout... Read more

'A piece of history' in Delco

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Joelle Farrell reports: Lansdowne is a Democratic stronghold in Delaware County, but today it was bluer than usual. Of 800 voters in the... Read more

One friend for McCain, the other Obama

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Mari A. Schaefer reports: 5:44 p.m. Life-long friends Chris Le Vine and Chris Leto, both 20, voted in their first presidential election... Read more

Turnout nears 80 percent at 4 p.m. at Yeadon poll

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Joelle Farrell reports: 4:15 p.m. By shortly after 4 p.m., Yeadon’s second precinct was reporting 401 voters out of a total of 550... Read more

Long lines in Chester County

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Nancy Petersen reports: Mary Fisher, 64 of Coventryville figured she would vote during her lunch hour but unfortunately her last name began... Read more

A five-minute wait in Radnor

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Mari Schaefer reports: By 4 p.m. the Radnor Library precinct in Wayne had 995 voters come though the door - about the same as in the last... Read more

"Democracy Train" circuits Coatesville

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Art Carey reports: 2:38 p.m. In Coatesville, a "Democracy Train" -- a red trolley adorned with red, white and blue balloons --... Read more