How The Associated Press counts votes on Election Night
The AP's director of election services breaks down just how the news outlet figures out who the next president is
Early voters fill out their ballots for the presidential election on Oct. 27 in Miami: In some states affected by Superstorm Sandy, early voting has been partially disrupted because of the storm's effects.
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