Sandy brings military in polls
Army trucks will serve as polling stations in Tuesday's US presidential election as authorities in states stricken by superstorm Sandy race against time to get voting ready.
Amid predictions that election tallies could be delayed because of the devastation, authorities in New York and New Jersey are still unsure how many polling stations will be ready in time.
Department of Defense trucks are set to be used in New Jersey. About 3,000 of the sites hosting presidential, congressional and local elections have no electricity.