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The Florida Recount #1011149

CNN Special for Thursday, Nov 09, 2000

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  • Live coverage and analysis of the continued electoral crisis in Florida, following the 2000 Presidential election.
  • Coverage includes the participation of anchors Wolf Blitzer and Joie Chen, correspondent Mike Boettcher in Tallahassee, Senior White House Correspondent John King, correspondent Candy Crowley in Austin, Texas, and correspondent Mark Potter in West Palm Beach.
  • Analysis is provided by political analyst William Schneider, Bush Campaign Senior Adviser Ari Fleischer, Gore Campaign Adviser Ron Klain, and CNN Legal Analyst Greta Van Susteren.
  • This record includes an interview between Wolf Blitzer and Representative John Thrasher, Speaker of the Florida House.
  • Includes a taped segment by Jeanne Moos, with New Yorkers' reactions to the butterfly ballot used in Florida.
  • NOTE: The audio in this record wavers fairly often.
    Boettcher, Mike;
    King, John;
    Crowley, Candy;
    Potter, Mark;
    Moos, Jeanne

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