'Double Bubble' May Be Problem in Ohio
New voters in Ohio who are not used to paper ballots might be incorrectly filling in the bubble next to their candidate and filling in his or her name in the write-in section. Such ballots would be disqualified as an "over-vote." Ohio Secretary of State Jennifer Brunner has asked that the local Boards of Election in each of Ohio's 88 counties go back through all the votes in every machine and find the "double-bubble ballots," try to determine voter intent and count the votes. (NPR)
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