For more, see VotersUnite.org or the National Academy of Sciences Electronic voting Committee.
"Yes, there are six machines down. I got there at 8 o'clock and they have been down since," said voter Melita Warren. "The tech does not know how to fix it. She is reading the manual, so therefore I should have been at work a long time ago."
A private election watchdog group documented the problems.
"Long lines, an hour and half wait. People (were) coming in at 7:30 and not leaving until 9," said Mary Huffine.
No one knows how many voters left before casting their ballots and there is no way of knowing who will be back
All 11 E-slate machines are working now, but it took three technicians to come out to the site and fix the problem. Officials told Eyewitness News it should have just taken one technician to do the repairs.
There is still no word on what exactly was wrong with the equipment. Several other precincts were having problems with the E-slate machines as well.