Washington’s political law practices are hunkered down this Election Day, responding to calls from around the country on voting problems and awaiting possible recounts.

At Arent Fox, for example, lawyers have spent part of the day following the situation in Missouri, where a breakdown in the state’s voter database has complicated things for election officials. “You want to have an orderly election,” said Mark “Thor” Hearne II, an Arent Fox partner who was President George W. Bush’s national election counsel in 2004.

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