Natural Disasters

Days After Election Could be Filled With Lawsuits

Disputes in swing states and the effects of superstorm Sandy could lead to suits being filed

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In the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, it's almost certain the close presidential race will spur legal battles over early voting, long lines, fraud, and voter suppression – especially in swing states.

The lawsuits could delay election results, forcing those who are old enough to relive the epic fight between George W. Bush and Al Gore.

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