Early voters brave chilly weather including Mary Grace Allenchey, right, Kelly Wernick, and Katheryn Ericson, left, who all brought their own chairs in anticipation of a long wait outside the polling place at Spruill Oaks library Tuesday, Oct. 28, 2008, in Johns Creek, Ga. On Monday, big crowds and computer problems slowed voting to a crawl at this location and others in Fulton county. (AP Photo/John Amis)
Early voters brave chilly weather including Mary Grace Allenchey, right, Kelly Wernick, and Katheryn Ericson, left, who all brought their own chairs in anticipation of a long wait outside the polling place at Spruill Oaks library Tuesday, Oct. 28, 2008, in Johns Creek, Ga. On Monday, big crowds and computer problems slowed voting to a crawl at this location and others in Fulton county. (AP Photo/John Amis) Associated Press
Early voters brave chilly weather including Mary Grace Allenchey, right, Kelly Wernick, and Katheryn Ericson, left, who all brought their own chairs in anticipation of a long wait outside the polling place at Spruill Oaks library Tuesday, Oct. 28, 2008, in Johns Creek, Ga. On Monday, big crowds and computer problems slowed voting to a crawl at this location and others in Fulton county. (AP Photo/John Amis) Associated Press

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