The Alabama attorney general and secretary of state offices have set up toll free hot lines.
They've set up hot lines for voters to report possible cases of election fraud or other problems at the polls during Tuesday's general election.
Attorney General Bill Pryor and Secretary of State Jim Bennett say they will investigate any documented allegations of election fraud reported to the hot lines. Citizens can also call the attorney general's hot line to ask questions about election law.
The secretary of state's line can be used for voters and election officials to request information or assistance.
The attorney general's hot line is 1-800-831-8814 and the secretary of state's hot line is 1-800-274-8683.
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