An Early Start for Voting and Election Day Headaches

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Early voters are standing in lines all over the country as election officials brace for a massive turnout on election day.  Claims of fraud, intimidation and intentional disenfranchisement already are being raised.  We hear from the hot spots and look at the possible consequences.  Also, Obama cautions against diplomacy desipte his strong lead in the polls, and and American voters aren't very well informed. What does that mean for the quality of their decisions in presidential elections?

Banner image: Voters line up to cast their vote outside the North Miami Public Library on October 30. Hundred of residents waited over an hour in line to take advantage of extended voting hours that were ordered by Florida Governor Charlie Crist. Photo: Robert Sullivan/Getty Images