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Both Parties Set to Monitor Ohio Vote Closely

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Both Parties Set to Monitor Ohio Vote Closely

Both Parties Set to Monitor Ohio Vote Closely

Both Parties Set to Monitor Ohio Vote Closely

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Voters cast their ballots early at the Supervisor of Elections Office for Orange County in Orlando, Fla., Oct. 18, 2004. Reuters hide caption

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With more than 700,000 new voters registered, Ohio is working overtime to get everyone's name on the roster and combat voter fraud. Volunteers and attorneys for both Democrats and Republicans will descend on the state to make sure the Nov. 2 vote goes smoothly. Hear NPR's Pam Fessler.

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