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A Cincinnati.com front-page link to a chart with dummy data, created as a design template for election results, was inadvertently posted early Tuesday morning.
It purported to show early voting totals in Ohio counties. However, no votes have been counted yet – by law counting doesn't start until the polls close.
Cincinnati.com regrets the error.
Originally posted by NavyDoc
Originally posted by wirefly
reply to post by primus2012
The Obama voters are still in bed. No need to get up early, they've got all day.
edit on 6-11-2012 by wirefly because: (no reason given)
It's not like they have to go to work or anything.
Originally posted by NickDC202
It is quite interesting that the Cincinnati Enquirer which has a long, storied history of fine journalism would allow a story on such an important topic on a critically important day to be published unless it was properly sourced and vetted through the editorial process; it is actually quite shocking given the Enquirer's strong reputation. Might the paper's corporate owners at Gannett have stepped in and forced a retraction for their own purposes?