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Early voting numbers have been historic, but this presidential election could drag on well beyond Election Day as lawyers line up across the nation to challenge voting rules and individual votes. Michael McDonald, aUniversity of Florida professor who specializes in American elections, says it appears that about 100 million early votes will be cast by Tuesday. Florida could be ground zerofor litigation. The race between President Donald Trump and Democratic challenger Joe Biden is expected to be a close one, with a fat 29 electoral votes at stake only California and Texas provide a bigger elections prize. Some context: Democrats and Republicans in Florida have engaged legions of lawyers ready to rush to court at any sign of voter suppression or fraud. In 2000, theFlorida vote was ultimately settled in George Bushs favor by a margin of 537 votes when the U. S. Supreme Court, in Bush v. Gore, stopped a recount ordered by the Florida Supreme Court. The premiere legal issue this year is the use and counting of mail-in ballots, which President Donald Trump has criticized without evidenceas a potential source of fraud. Pennsylvania, another swing state, has drawn Trumps ire because it could take days for all themail-in ballots to be counted. "As soon as that elections over, were going in with our lawyers,"Trump said. As Election Day approaches, USA TODAY is keeping track of whats happening as voters around the country cast ballots. Here are some important headlines:Will your ballot be safe? An in-depth look:Millions of voters going to the polls Tuesday will cast their ballots on machines blasted as unreliable and inaccurate for two decades by computer scientists from Princeton University to Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory. On Election Day, here is our promise to you:Well be monitoring polling places nationwide, correctingmisinformation and providing accurate results. More from USA TODAYs Editor-in-Chief Nicole

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