Secretary of State Jon Husted's experience tells him there will be some sort of unexpected challenge that crops up on Election Day.

There always is.

But in this interview with Tom Beres, he talks about measures that have been taken to address concerns the election could somehow be "rigged."

He says state and local authorities are prepared to deal with any Trump followers who attempt to become self-appointed election day watchdogs.

There will be zero tolerance for behavior.

He claims early voting is significantly down. Hillary Clinton's campaign claims their numbers refute that.

And he notes one historic nature of this election in Ohio.

It's the first time polls show voters have a majority negative opinion of both candidates.