What does exceptional turnout mean for the election's outcome?

Monday, November 03, 2008

Record numbers of Americans voted early this year. Michael McDonald, a voting expert and professor at George Mason University, analyzes what we know about those early votes, and what they say about what will happen tomorrow.


Dr. Michael McDonald


Patrik Henry Bass and Nadia Zonis

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