Also in the News: YouTube, PBS urge people to record voting

If voters see problems on Election Day, YouTube and PBS want them to record the incidents and post them to a new Web site for documenting voters' experiences on Nov. 4, according to the Associated Press.

The A.P. reports that voters should be careful of state laws about filming in or near polling places.

A new YouTube channel lets visitors catalog the short videos of their experiences in casting ballots. The best clips will air on PBS.

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