By Cherri Gregg

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — The Election Protection hotline is up and running and hundreds of volunteers have been trained and are ready to deal with voter problems on Tuesday.

Voters can dial 866-OUR-VOTE. The call goes to a command center manned by attorneys who prioritize and route the call to volunteer staging centers near the caller’s location.

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“We do not expect any incidents of harassment, but we are well prepared.” says Joe Certaine, who runs the OV Catto Voter Empowerment Initiative.

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Certaine says attorneys will respond to complaints alongside a team of observers who will file reports.

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“If you have any question…’where’s my polling place?’ ‘How long are the polls open?’ — you call,” says Mary Catherine Roper.

Roper says ACLU attorneys will be standing by. If there are delays they’ll try to extend poll hours. And no matter what – do not leave without casting a ballot – at least provisionally – and beware of false rumors like…

“People getting calls that say your vote has already been counted, you don’t need to go,” she says. “That is not true.”

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