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McCain, Obama Ready Election Day Legal Armies

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McCain, Obama Ready Election Day Legal Armies

Election 2008

McCain, Obama Ready Election Day Legal Armies

McCain, Obama Ready Election Day Legal Armies

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Sens. John McCain and Barack Obama are battling for votes in crucial swing states, as both sides ready armies of lawyers to monitor precincts and challenge voting irregularities.

For more, Farai Chideya speaks with Mary Frances Berry — professor of history at the University of Pennsylvania — and Robert George, an editorial writer for the New York Post.

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