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Tue. 9:44pm: Infante: Election atmosphere 'good'

November 6, 2012
Tribune Chronicle |

WARREN - Dozens of cars full of ballots began rolling into the Trumbull County Board of Elections at about 8 p.m.

Poll workers were separating the provisional ballots to be reviewed and counting the ballots of people who came to the board to cast their votes earlier that day.

Mayors Ralph Infante of Niles and Arno Hill of Lordstown were at the board office monitoring what was happening.

Infante said there was initially a problem loading the results because there was more than 29,000 early and absentee votes that had to be put into the system.

Once they were in the computer system, Infante said they began to update the computer every 15 minutes.

"The atmosphere here is good," Infante said.



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