LOS ANGELES (AP) – Technical issues plagued voting sites throughout California on Tuesday. People turned out in droves, taxing a system meant to make voting easier with new technology, same-day registration and centralized vote centers in some counties. Long lines in Los Angeles County prompted a legal complaint Tuesday from Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders. Separately, the secretary of state’s office says election workers in 15 counties couldn’t connect to the statewide voter registration database. Some locations saw delays of two hours or more, including at the University of Southern California and in Beverly Hills.