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Heavy voter turnout I'm predicting a 150 million people will be out today thousands of lawyers are keeping an eye in the polls.
What impact with a massive legal effort have on the election -- who would know better than -- the pilots on -- Fox News senior game.
Analysts judge Andrew -- -- morning guys are here.
I -- so many people feared this -- today you know if there's close states how many lawsuits are we gonna see how many lawyers on the ground.
Plus about 101000 lawyers on the ground including about a thousand from the Justice Department who have.
Isolated certain counties in certain states to monitor them to make sure the people who want to vote can vote to make sure there's no voter suppression.
To look for a crazy that inappropriate registrations.
And to confront the intractable problem of its 730.
The polls close at 8 o'clock.
We can only take another 400 voters -- 5000 people on line what do we do.
That's typically -- the courts can -- genitalia don't have any power to arrest people -- about if if they get a -- officer.
To be alerted officer -- or some just -- official.
To an injustice correction well yes and no they can also alert what are called challengers people on the among local.
Board of election for example in Florida any challenge or any person on the local board of election and there's always at least one Republican at least one Democrat.
Can challenge a person's right to vote once that challenges me that it's not resolved right there to the satisfaction of the board.
Then that person's vote becomes provisional and it doesn't get counted.
Unless the background check is done and the vote has to be counted which obviously can't be done on election day of when I was on the -- in New Jersey.
Judges were assigned.
To hear emergency appeals throughout the day we have one judge in accounting of a million people that same -- now has five judges just sitting all day.
Let me ask you this like in Ohio because they have such a humongous turn out.
What do they do when those 5000 people are still in line in a closely contested battle like this don't they have to let everyone vote.
Yes the general rule is if you're on the line at 7591.
That he won the polls close it in hypothetically -- state with a -- o'clock.
Everybody on line gets to vote the problem as well everybody stay on line.
Will they stay there for the two or three outlets have brought in Ohio that life of its cause -- not utilized to law correct correct so that.
The judges can't order -- more.
Voting places to open up -- judges can do is -- them to stay open later they can't -- them to stay open beyond midnight.
But they keep in in this particular state but they can order them say -- -- latest that night.
That of course may delay used may delay -- results coming in right anyone see the corruption -- -- -- course -- so there are no reason to have lawyers out there of course.
Barack Obama has the budget to pay for those who just Barack Obama has twice as many lawyers as John McCain does throughout the country as we speak.
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