Turnout setting records for Hamilton County
Across Ohio, lines have wrapped around boards of elections as people cast their votes early.
Friday, 2,500 people voted early in person in Hamilton County, a one-day record for the county, board of elections officials trumpeted Monday morning.
Hamilton County voter turnout could be the biggest for a mid-term election since 1994 when 56 percent of voters came to the polls. In 1994, voters elected to his first term in Congress a Republican county commissioner named Steve Chabot. He's n...