WOSU News Archives For: November 3, 2008

Fears of Long Election Lines Persist

12:00AM
November
3, 2008

5,000 poll workers will be on hand across Franklin County tomorrow to assist voters at the polls on Election Day. By tomorrow, more than 273,000 residents of the county will have voted early. Twice as many voting machines will be available this year. And voters have the option to use a paper ballot. Still some voters are skeptical about the possibility of an problem-free election.

Voters Wait Hours at Veterans Memorial

12:00AM
November
3, 2008

More than 50,000 people have cast their vote early and in person in Franklin County, and some people have waited more than five hours in line.

Election Change is Coming: Technology

12:00AM
November
3, 2008

If one word can describe Tuesday’s election it’s change. There will be a change at the White House. Both candidates say he is the change we need. WOSU Commentator Andrew Miller says electoral change is coming in a different form.

Voters Weigh Tough Economy and School Levies

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12:00AM
November 3, 2008

Franklin County voters will decide nine school money issues on November 4th, and they will do so in the most difficult economic climate in recent memory.