Glitches? What Glitches?
DeGregorio spent the day visiting polling stations in Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana. He arrived at a polling center in Louisville, Kentucky shortly after a poll worker was arrested for assaulting a voter. He claims that was the only real surprise of the day.
But he also cautioned that tight races may be undecided for days or weeks since 17 states will not begin counting their absentee ballots until tomorrow. That's also the case for provisional ballots nationwide which in many states also won't be counted until Wednesday.
Overall, DeGregorio is confident in his earlier prediction that human error --not computer malfunction -- caused the most glitches.
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