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Voting During A Pandemic

The secure ballot drop box at the Franklin County Board of Elections on Morse Road.
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The secure ballot drop box at the Franklin County Board of Elections on Morse Road.

Secretary of State Frank LaRose warned Ohioans Tuesday that the final results of November's presidential contest will probably not be known on election night.

A record number of people are expected to vote absentee this year, fueling concerns that determining the results could take weeks.

The state has hired just under 34,000 poll workers but thousands more are needed.

Today on All Sides with Ann Fisher, we discus getting out the vote in Ohio with less than two months to go. 

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