2 Ohio counties report Super Tuesday poll problems


LIMA, Ohio (AP) -- Officials say poll problems reported in two Ohio counties did not appear to cause major disruptions during Super Tuesday voting.

An Allen County Board of Elections official in northwest Ohio says a polling location was moved Tuesday morning from a high school to a nearby church after a bomb threat was called in to the school.

No bomb was found. The official says there was about a 15-minute delay while voters were directed to the new site.

The Franklin County elections board in Columbus says some voters at multiple-precinct locations left their polling places because workers were confused over which ballot to give them. Officials don't believe a large number of voters were affected. They were calling those who left to let them know they could return to vote.