An early ballot envelope at town hall, in North Andover, Mass. (Elise Amendola/AP)

Dozens of states around the country face new voting laws and restrictions this election, causing confusion for poll workers and headaches for voters. Voters in select states will now be required to present a photo ID or proof of citizenship when registering to vote.

Local polling and registration offices have their share of problems, too. Civil rights activists say hundreds of thousands of voting applications have yet to be processed in battleground states, and inadequate state resources and lack of voting places has caused long lines for voters around the country.

Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has claimed that voter fraud is rampant across the country, although experts dispute that claim.

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