Afternoon Update: ‘No justification for concern about widespread voter fraud,’ Jon Husted says

h DON’T MISS | Ohio State football: Sideline penalty a bad call, Urban Meyer says Afternoon Update Monday, October 17, 2016 Dispatch file photo ‘No justification for concern about widespread voter fraud,’ Jon Husted says WASHINGTON – Even as Republican Donald Trump is warning of “large-scale voter fraud," analysts say it would be nearly impossible in Ohio for one political party to steal the outcome election from another. The elections and the vote counting in Ohio are conducted by bipartisan boards of elections in the state’s 88 counties, meaning only an improbable alliance and virtually impossible to keep secret between Democrats and Republicans in all 88 counties could change the election.More News – Miami University, feds complete agreement in blind student’s lawsuit against school – Teen pleads guilty to two counts of involuntary manslaughter, may go to adult prison – State aide sought to change classification of Clinton email – Clinton, Trump condemn Republican Party office firebombing – Ohio Politics Now: After fight with top GOP, how well will Donald Trump do in Ohio? Sports Kyle Robertson | Dispatch Ohio State defensive end Tyquan Lewis and coach Urban Meyer celebrate the overtime victory at Wisconsin on Saturday night. Ohio State football | Sideline penalty a bad call, Urban Meyer says It’s rare to hear Urban Meyer criticize an official’s call, but after getting hit in the face at Wisconsin on Saturday night and then getting hit with a 15-yard penalty for sideline interference because of it, he made an exception.More Sports News – Ohio State football | J.T. Barrett named co-offensive player of the week in Big Ten – Ohio State men’s basketball | 2017 recruiting class might still grow – Baseball | Toronto court to hear arguments today on potential ban of Indians name, logo – Predict Ohio State at Penn State, plus other games – Todd Jones | The Front Row blog: College sports business in Hazell firing, Big 12 talk Business Barbara J. Perenic | Dispatch photo Fortune Chinese Restaurant specializes in a large variety of dim sum. Fortune Chinese Restaurant offers dim sum and more Fortune Chinese Restaurant is unlike many of its competitors – even its flagship store near the Ohio State University. For starters, it has one of the most extensive dim sum menus in town. The restaurant is said to make all 48 selections from scratch, including the roasted pork dumplings, steamed rice roll with shrimp and the mushroom chicken bun.More Business News – DSW adding 3-D printer option for shoes – State issues new warning on old scam – Michigan Turkey Producers recalls turkey products Multimedia Video | Ohio State football: Why is Ohio State so good? Video | Buddy Up brings kids with Down syndrome together Life and Entertainment Tom Dodge | Dispatch photo Danielle Wolf, left, and Anna Sanford, right, both of the Ohio State women’s tennis team warm up with Will Gibson, 11. Nonprofit brings kids with Down syndrome together for tennis, fun In 2008, Beth Gibson took her younger son to watch her play tennis. In the eight years since, she has introduced thousands of other kids to the game, too. Gibson, a New Albany resident, was playing at Wickertree Tennis and Fitness Club on the Northeast Side when teaching professional Doug DiRosario noticed how closely Will Gibson, who has Down syndrome and was just 3 at the time, was paying attention.More Life and Entertainment News – Win a stay in Dracula’s castle on Halloween night in Airbnb contest – The Columbus Dispatch on Instagram: @columbusdispatch Get unlimited web & the digital replica, plus tablet & smartphone apps for just $19 per year at You are receiving the Afternoon Update e-mail at because you are a Columbus Dispatch member and are opted in to receive it. – If you would like to discontinue delivery of this e-mail, go to our opt-out page . – To change your e-mail address or preferences, go to our Edit Profile page . Please enter your e-mail address and password, then update your profile information. – Comments? Contact us – Sign up for other newsletters (c) 2016 Dispatch Interactive, 34 S. 3rd St., Columbus, Ohio 43215. Content may not be republished without permission.

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