People whose lives were upended by Hurricane Sandy joined other voters Tuesday to cast ballots after elected officials in New York and New Jersey rushed to relocate scores of polling places that had become unusable because of power failures, flooding, or evacuations. With neighborhoods still inundated by debris, silt, and water, many people had to go to great lengths to cast a ballot in places that are little recovered from what officials describe as the worst storm damage to hit the New York City region.
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