Voters in precincts across the state were still standing in lines long after polls closed yesterday. Liberty University students were no exception. Polling staff had prepared for about 4,000 voters at the University on Election Day. It was the first presidential election for the LU polling station in the Vines Center, which was created in March following redistricting. According to the City Registrar, the new precinct had more poll books than any other precinct in the city; it also had more touch-screens than any other site. The News & Advance reports the University received more than 3,000 new voter registration forms this semester.