With several states turning out to vote in full force Tuesday, the Internet was abuzz with reports that some areas were running out of ballots before polls closed.
With some calling it a conspiracy, people on Twitter wondered how it could be possible to run out of ballots on an election night.
However, this isn’t the first time that this has happened in the race — or even this month.
On Michigan’s primary election night on March 8, news outlets reported that some precincts ran out of ballots.
The 2016 race for the White House has motivated thousands of voters to cast their ballots. According a report by the Pew Research Center, this year’s elections have rivaled the 2008 primaries in turnout.
View tweets about the ballots running out below:
Have gotten several reports today of Sangamon County precincts running out of Democratic ballots; county Dem chair holding presser soon— Amanda Vinicky (@AmandaVinicky) March 15, 2016
Running out of ballots in some Missouri locations. They better fix that immediately. #votenow— Bob Herrell (@AJ5C) March 15, 2016
In 2016, in the world's greatest democracy, what's up with running out of paper ballots on primary day? Paper ballots in the modern era?!— Mitchell Whiteman (@mitchythekidder) March 15, 2016
They are running out of ballots in precincts in IL and FL! Stay in line! Do not leave until you are allowed to vote! #SuperTuesday— Anne Boleyn (@juicyfizz) March 15, 2016
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