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(NYT) — Six days before the primary on Tuesday, state election officials received a request from the city’s Board of Elections: Could it cut short tests on some of its voting machines because of worries that the testing would not be finished before voters went to the polls?

State officials granted the request, if a bit warily.

“It was an unusual request,” said Douglas A. Kellner, co-chairman of the State Board of Elections. “It’s always annoying when someone comes to you at the last minute and says, ‘Gee, we didn’t know it would take this long,’ and you say, ‘Well, why did you wait this long to figure it out?’ ”

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