It’s Election Day, and lines to vote are LONG in Pittsburgh

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An Election Day line to vote at Calvary Episcopal Church in Shadyside.

An Election Day line to vote at Calvary Episcopal Church in Shadyside.

Sarah Anne Hughes

It’s Election Day in Pittsburgh, and some voters are reporting long lines at their polling places.

Other locations? Not so much. The Incline’s Jasmine Goldband reports that, as of 8:15 a.m., there was no line to vote at the William Pitt student union.

What are you seeing? Send us a photo from your polling place to, tweet it to at us @TheInclinePgh or tag us on Instagram, #TheInclinePgh.

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