Clinton's Buckeye Rebound

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For some, watching Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama smile out from the TV screen under the headline TOO CLOSE TO CALL was almost too much to bear.

Hillary volunteer Sheree Harris said her day began at a morning rush hour with a "Honk for Hillary" event.

HARRIS: We got many people who honked horns, gave us the thumbs up, we even got a few other type of waves too, but I won't mention those (laughter).

Harris says she's been a fan of Clinton's since she met her at a 2002 book signing.

HARRIS: I asked her if she would consider running for president, and I told her I would vote for her. And she gave me this big smile.

When Clinton was named the projected winner just before 11 p.m., even an Obama supporter who kept her 7 year old triplets awake to see history made couldn't complain.

BERNEY: I'm not like, I don't want Hillary Clinton to be in. I think she's intelligent. I think she would be really qualified and do a great job. And I think Obama would too. Listen, I think she would be fine. I loved Bill Clinton too.

In Northeast Ohio, the Cuyahoga County Board of Elections was ordered to switch voting systems 62 days before the primary. At 3 a.m. Wednesday there were 300 districts left to count.

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