Word is that Dems are going to file suit to keep the polls open later in
Ohio, or possibly pass out paper ballots, because the lines have been too
long today. Don’t know if they want to do that statewide, but it appears
that the suit will ask for the extension in select counties (guess which
ones….hint, not in Bush Country). Got confirmation from the Ohio Dem
Party, and a Republican lawyer in Cleveland plugged into the legal efforts
said they are prepared to counter it.
Looks like the real lawsuits have started before the polls closed, and we
might have a Missouri 2000 on our hands.
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