Voters in San Francisco cast their ballots for the 'Super Tuesday' Democrat primary elections, on Tuesday.
Footage shows voters at the Grace Cathedral's polling station, some leaving with an 'I voted' sticker.
Precinct inspector Patrick McDougall displayed a new ballot scanning machine that «counts all of the votes for all the different offices.»
«And at the end of the night it will print out... Еще all of the different votes for the different candidates and the different propositions and measures,» he explained.
On March 3, California and 13 other states, including populous Texas, are voting to select the Democratic nominee to take on Donald Trump for the presidency. Traditionally, the results of 'Super Tuesday' tend to decide the most likely contender for the nomination.
Early results show Joe Biden leading, with Bernie Sanders in second position.