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JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) - The Missouri secretary of state's office is blaming new computer software and heavy usage for troubles that people are having viewing election results over the Internet.

The website for Secretary of State Robin Carnahan has been slow to display results from Tuesday's primary elections.

Carnahan's office acknowledged the problems in a tweet, stating that the new software and heavy website traffic were slowing down the computer servers. The secretary of state's office said it is working on a solution.