Ohio county faced ballot shortage issues

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November 4, 2009

COLUMBUS, Ohio: The Ohio Secretary of State reported of ballot shortages in Summit County, Ohio in which is located in the greater Cleveland-Akron Area[1].

At 5:00 PM-Ohio time yesterday, the Summit County Board of Elections called the Secretary of State's office to report possible ballot shortages. This was reported in Twinsburg and Green in which tax and bond referendums drew higher than expected voter turnout[1].

Four minutes later, the Secretary of State's Office gave approval for Summit County to photocopy ballots using on-demand printers. The polls were kept open longer in some Summit County precincts to accommodate those who may had not had a chance to vote[1].

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