Ohio Voters Persevere Despite Legendary Lines While the rest of the world was trying to count the votes already cast in Ohio, a cadre of Kenyon College students and local residents waited for up to 12 hours to vote. People ordered pizzas, pulled out guitars and played music -- and generally, everyone stuck around until the bitter end. Hear NPR's Melissa Block and voter Lauren Gray, a Kenyon College junior.
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Ohio Voters Persevere Despite Legendary Lines

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Ohio Voters Persevere Despite Legendary Lines

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Ohio Voters Persevere Despite Legendary Lines

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While the rest of the world was trying to count the votes already cast in Ohio, a cadre of Kenyon College students and local residents waited for up to 12 hours to vote. People ordered pizzas, pulled out guitars and played music — and generally, everyone stuck around until the bitter end. Hear NPR's Melissa Block and voter Lauren Gray, a Kenyon College junior.