Shawn Lake, left, and Anthony Beck, Tuscaloosa County maintenance department employees, set up a "Vote" sign in front of Flatwoods Baptist Church in Northport, Ala., Monday, Nov. 5, 2012. The church is just one of 54 different polling places located throughout Tuscaloosa County. The men traveled around the county setting up polls in advance of Tuesday's elections. The majority of the locations have one or two polling machines while others have a maximum of up to four. Polls are open Tuesday from 7 AM to 7 PM. (AP Photo/Tuscaloosa News, Michelle Lepianka Carter)

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Shawn Lake, left, and Anthony Beck, Tuscaloosa County maintenance department employees, set up a "Vote" sign in front of Flatwoods Baptist Church in Northport, Ala., Monday, Nov. 5, 2012. The church is just one of 54 different polling places located throughout Tuscaloosa County. The men traveled around the county setting up polls in advance of Tuesday's elections. The majority of the locations have one or two polling machines while others have a maximum of up to four. Polls are open Tuesday from 7 AM to 7 PM. (AP Photo/Tuscaloosa News, Michelle Lepianka Carter)
Shawn Lake, left, and Anthony Beck, Tuscaloosa County maintenance department employees, set up a "Vote" sign in front of Flatwoods Baptist Church in Northport, Ala., Monday, Nov. 5, 2012. The church is just one of 54 different polling places located throughout Tuscaloosa County. The men traveled around the county setting up polls in advance of Tuesday's elections. The majority of the locations have one or two polling machines while others have a maximum of up to four. Polls are open Tuesday from 7 AM to 7 PM. (AP Photo/Tuscaloosa News, Michelle Lepianka Carter)
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