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With just five weeks until Election Day, voters camped out overnight at the Franklin County Ohio Board of Elections building ...
in Columbus, where early voting began Tuesday. Balloting already is under way in other states. (Oct. 2)
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[Location - Date:Columbus, Ohio - October 3, 2012][Source:AP Television AP Clients Only][VO:]SHOTLIST:1. Wide, dawn shot people waiting in front of Franklin County Ohio Board of Elections building (formerly a Kohls department store)2. Close-up student sitting down3. SOT ILHAN DAHIR, OSU student from Hilliard, Ohio - first person in line to vote: "It was important to me. As a student and as a woman, I think this election is really important and I think that it's going to tell us about the next for years, but also about the trajectory that our country is going to take beyond that"4. Close-up students sitting on ground5. SOT DENNY CHECK, first year OSU student from Akron, Ohio: "We just know that it's really important to get our voting done and make sure that we can volunteer on election day. So it frees up our time to help get out the vote on election day."6. Various, people chanting Obama slogans getting ready to go inside7. Interior shot, people waiting in line counting down and walking through doors at 8am8. Various, people lining up to pick up absentee ballots and show ID9. Close-up pan Dahir walking to electronic voting machine10. Various, people voting11. SOT BEN PISCITILLI, spokesman, Franklin County Ohio Board of Elections: "We opened the doors at eight o'clock on the dot and we had what appears to be several hundred people waiting in line to vote. They camped out overnight and they were cheering when they came in a big countdown spontaneously and raising their arms above their head and cheering after they voted so it's going smoothly."12. Line, people voting at electronic machines STORTLINE: COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) _ Voters in swing state Ohio are getting a chance to cast an early ballot for president, U.S. Senate and other races. Early voting for the Nov. 6 election started Tuesday, with Ohioans able to vote by mail or in person without having to give a reason. President Barack Obama's brother-in-law, Oregon State basketball coach Craig Robinson, stopped by the elections board in Cleveland and greeted people waiting to vote. According to The (Cleveland) Plain Dealer, Robinson said he was there to support his family and the country. First Lady Michelle Obama planned to visit Cincinnati to kick off early voting. Republican Mitt Romney's campaign also planned a get-out-the-vote bus tour in southwest Ohio and elsewhere. People lined up outside a closed department store in Columbus to cast their ballots.(****END****) VIDEO PRODUCER: Nicole Grether---------------------------VIDEO SOURCE: AP-----------------------VIDEO APPROVAL: Donna Starddard----------------------------VIDEO RESTRICTIONS: None----------------------------------MEDIA EMBARGO (S): None--------------------------------SCRIPT/WIRE SOURCE: AP-OH--Early Voting-Ohio, 1st Ld-Writethru,13------------------------------------