The Unger Report: Spotting Vote Ringers in Ohio

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Day to Day slightly confused correspondent Brian Unger reports on the legions of poll watchers who will be in place on Election Day in his home state of Ohio. The poll watchers will be looking for people who don't look like Ohioans — Unger has some advice for how to spot ringers in the Buckeye State.



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