Georgia election officials are investigating reported issues at three polling places in the 6th Congressional District.
Voters began casting ballots on Tuesday in the special election to fill the House seat vacated by Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price.
A spokeswoman for Secretary of State Brian Kemp says voting is going smoothly other than some "isolated complaints."
Spokeswoman Candice Broce says electronic polling machines used to check in voters at one precinct in Johns Creek weren't working properly. A state investigator was able to resolve the problem.
Elsewhere in the district, a polling place inside a Fulton County high school opened late and voters at a Roswell polling place received incorrect instructions from a poll worker about how to cast ballots.
Broce says state officials went to both sites.
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