By MATT SEDENSKY AP National Writer PHILADELPHIA (AP) — With a bitterly divided America failing to deliver a decisive result for either party, a jittery public awaited clarity Wednesday over the fate of a race that remained too early to call. Across the country, sleep-deprived voters kept TV screens tuned to newscasts while refreshing maps checkered with blue and red that delivered no clear answers. 'There will be a lot of confusion, a lot of chaos,' said Lewis Stevens, 47, a graphic designer and film producer in Detroit who voted for former Vice President Joe Biden. 'I'm anticipating court legal […]
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