•'s way before the election will be "called". Months before. When it IS called, it's very likely that it will not be "too close to call". It's very likely that there will be a comfortable voting margin between candidates. For example: unlikely that a recount will be called. In the VERY unusual case that a recount is called, it's still almost always not "too close to call". Like instant replay in football, the recount makes a very close election call-able. Only in the most extraordinary of circumstances (such as Florida with the "hanging chads") is an election actually too close to call, and has to be resolved by a higher authority (such as the Supreme Court, in that Florida example).
    • DancesWithWolves
      Thanks for sharing your very interesting comment :)

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