What Could Go Wrong in Ohio?

Ron Claiborne reports on possible problems in a tight presidential race.
3:00 | 11/06/12

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So lucky to get out of that. It's hard not to think of another election day swinger, florida in 2000. It took a month to count the votes. There is a chance it could happen again. This time in the battleground state of ohio. Where counting could extend into next week. A recount into next month. Ron claiborne is in columbus, with all that. I'm outside of the franklin county board of elections. This is where some of the early votes are being held. 1.8 million of them cast statewide. What you're talking about, some people are calling a nightmare scenario, in which voters' eligible is questioned. They will get provisional ballots, along with absentee ballots. They won't be count until the 17th of november. That count could take ten days. The result in ohio may not be known until december. It's a long shot. But it could happen.

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