Undaunted by the coronavirus pandemic, voters in Puerto Rico donned face masks on Sunday and headed out to local polling places to cast votes in a closely watched gubernatorial primary election.
There was just one problem: For many voters, there weren't any ballots.
By early afternoon on the day of the primary, only a handful of polling places had received their paper ballots, NPR's Joel Rose reported Sunday.
Voters and politicians alike were infuriated, Rose said. One candidate called the situation "embarrassing."