RICHMOND, Va. (AP) _ A Virginia elections official is calling for a review of the status of voting equipment in the state. Voting equipment malfunctions were reported in almost a dozen localities during the Nov. 4 general election. Virginia Department of Elections commissioner Edgardo Cortes tells The Richmond Times-Dispatch (http://bit.ly/1rnh9iJ ) that there’s no reason to believe the malfunctions were intentional. He says election officials want to conduct a full review so there’s no question. Cortes told the State Board of Elections on Monday that the malfunctions appear to be related to aging equipment. Cortes also told the board that almost 800 provisional ballots were cast in the election because voters didn’t have valid identification under Virginia’s new photo ID law.