ABC Evening News for Thursday, Nov 23, 2000
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(Studio: Charles Gibson) The latest developments in the presidential election in Florida between Vice President Al Gore and Governor George W. Bush reviewed; details given of the legal moves by the state supreme court on the recount in Miami-Dade and by the Gore campaign.
(Tallahassee: Erin Hayes) Democratic plans to contest the election in Florida after the court refused to overrule the Miami-Dade County decision to stop the recount featured; scenes shown of the vote recount in Broward County. [Gore campaign attorney Ron KLAIN - says the voices of Floridians should be heard; criticizes the Republicans.] [Governor Marc RACICOT - questions the counting "rules."]
(Studio: Charles Gibson) The most recent vote counts for Bush versus Gore in Florida cited.
(Studio: Charles Gibson, George Stephanopoulos) The reasons why the Gore camp is now announcing it will challenge the Florida vote count on Sunday discussed; scenes shown of Bush jogging in Austin, Texas.
(Plantation, Florida: Steve Osunsami) Voter counting fatigue in Florida featured. [COUNTER, Broward County election supervisor Jane CARROLL, counter Judge Howard ROSENBERG, Republican counter Bud CUMMINS, Gore campaign worker Paul PEZZELLA - comment on the counting process.]
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