November 2, 2010
Hey All, Here's what's coming up @ 5 & 6:
Alabama voters are deciding whether Republican Robert Bentley or Democrat Ron Sparks will succeed two-term Governor Bob Riley. Today, Sparks voted in Montgomery county and Bentley voted in Tuscaloosa county.
Voter turnout is reported to be strong at Alabama precincts. The Secretary of State's office reports that slightly more than half of Alabama's voters traditionally turn out for an election for Governor.
Problems did surfaced at some polling places in the state. The dispute was over certified poll watchers that were turned away. It happened in Macon and Greene counties. We'll tell you why tonight at six.
Join for election day coverage today @ 5 & 6. Continuous coverage begins at 9pm and remember live updates are also just a click away on wsfa-dot-com and on your mobile phone.
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