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A Los Angeles County supervisor on Wednesday called for an immediate investigation into widespread voting problems Tuesday that resulted in people waiting hours to vote.

Supervisor Janice Hahn said the county needs to launch a “forensic autopsy of what happened yesterday” amid widespread complaints and outrage over the handling of the new balloting system.

“I’m not happy with the number of problems,” she said.

Hahn pushed back when asked whether the board of Supervisors had failed to provide oversight of the creation and rollout of the new voting system.

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