Long Lines At Some Polls This Morning

Nov 6, 2012

State elections officials say so far, there are no problems with voting today.

Elections officials in Franklin, Hamilton, Lake, Geauga, and Cuayhoga counties are reporting high voter turnout today.And long lines have formed at some polling places in Ohio, including Clintonville, Pickerington, and Upper Arlington. Voters who arrived 10 minutes after the polls opened at 6:30 A.M. had to wait nearly an hour before casting their ballots at one polling place on Columbus' North side. Statehouse correspondent Bill Cohen talked with some of them about WHY they were voting. The voters are John McClovsky, Stephanie Minich-Harnisfager, Phil Albag,  Amy Kozlik, and Patrick Manley.