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Emotional video shows the moment a crowd of voters was allowed into a polling place in Kentucky after a judge's ruling briefly reopened it

Emotional video shows the moment a crowd of voters was allowed into a polling place in Kentucky after a judge's ruling briefly reopened it

Louisville electionBrett Carlsen/Getty Images

  • Video captured the emotional moment when voters in Kentucky were let into the only polling place in Jefferson County. It had initially closed but was then briefly reopened due to a judge's order.
  • Polls at the Kentucky Exposition Center closed at 6 p.m. local time, but voters were still in line. 
  • Democratic Senate candidate Charles Booker filed an injunction, and a judge granted it to allow the specific polling place in Jefferson County to remain open till 6:30 p.m. local time.
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Voters in Jefferson County, Kentucky, poured into the county's only polling place after a judge ordered the polling location to allow those who made it inside by 6:30 p.m. to vote. 

In the video posted by Courier-Journal reporter Joe Sonka, a woman and her daughter, who she says is voting for the first time, got emotional after having to wait outside and bang on the doors to be let in to vote. 

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