Obama sees no hurricane impact on voting "at this point"
WASHINGTON Oct 28 (Reuters) - President Barack Obama said on Sunday that he did not expect that Hurricane Sandy would have an impact on voting for the Nov. 6 election but suggested it was something that would have to be examined later.
"We don't anticipate that at this point, but we're obviously going to have to take a look," Obama said during a visit to the government's storm response center when asked whether Hurricane Sandy, bearing down on the East Coast, might affect voting.
The massive storm's approach has already raised fears of a disruption of early voting in some states.
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