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Campaign 2000 (Gore vs. Bush: Florida Recount: The Black Vote) #190341

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Dec 03, 2000
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(Studio: Carole Simpson) Report introduced.

(Tallahassee: Jami Floyd) Allegations of voting irregularities in Florida during the presidential election between Vice President Al Gore and Governor George W. Bush examined; details given about the black voter turnout, which was predominantly for Gore. [Twice, Reverend Jesse JACKSON - says problems occurred in black precincts.] [Black voter Janice KELLY - says she was turned away at the poll.] "Washington Post" report on ballot problems in black precincts in Jacksonville, Florida, outlined. [Duval County canvassing board Richard MULLANEY - denies disenfranchising blacks.] [Representative John LEWIS - comments on the newspaper study about discrimination.] [Hoover Institution author Shelby STEELE - denies racial discrimination.]

Reporter(s):
Floyd, Jami;
Simpson, Carole
Duration:
00:03:30

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