If being announced the winner on election night is Plan A, then John McCain and Barack Obama's respective Plan B could be litigation. Both candidates have assembled teams of lawyers as part of their campaign strategies.
The barrage of barristers will be on hand to handle any legal controversy involving newly registered voters, huge turnout, and voter fraud or intimidation.
A Democratic lawyer in Florida has recruited about 5,000 lawyers to monitor precincts, assist voters turned away at the polls, and take to court any disputes that cannot be resolved. Since voters are out of luck after the polls close, it seems important to make sure no proper voter is disqualified.
Watching HBO's Recount provided more than enough 2000 flashbacks. I hope we don't see more on Nov. 4.