Columbus TV Set For A Long Election Night
“We are preparing for a scenario where we might not know who the president is at 11 p.m. Tuesday night,” Tucker said.
Although the news directors say this year’s presidential election is the biggest they have ever seen in the state, the attention not totally unfamiliar. Ohioans have voted for the winning candidate in 27 of the last 29 presidential elections, according to Time. No Republican has won the office without taking the state.
But being in the eye of the storm — even for a newsperson — can get old. “We’d love it to be over,” Jacob said.
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