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Big turnout could mean headaches

Deputy clerk Lee Myers looked for the place to put an absentee voting bag yesterday at a county courthouse in Jackson, Miss. Deputy clerk Lee Myers looked for the place to put an absentee voting bag yesterday at a county courthouse in Jackson, Miss. (Rogelio V. Solis/ Associated Press)
By Brian C. Mooney
Globe Staff / November 4, 2008

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CLEVELAND - All through the morning yesterday, the line of voters waiting to cast early ballots stretched almost two city blocks around the Cuyahoga County Board of Elections building in what could be a preview of scenes across the country today of very high turnout for this historic presidential election. (Full article: 1116 words)

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