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(Studio: Andria Hall) Report introduced.
(Austin: Tony Clark) The reaction in Governor George W. Bush's camp to the Supreme Court hearings on the Florida vote reviewed; scenes shown of Bush in Austin, Texas. [Observer for Bush campaign James BAKER - says Vice President Al Gore's camp is trying to overthrow a certified election won by Bush.] Republican running mate Dick Cheney's role at the transition headquarters noted. The issue of "chaos" in the ballot recounting discussed.
(Studio: Stephen Frazier) Report introduced.
(Washington: Eileen O'Connor) The Gore team's preparations for the Supreme Court hearings reviewed; scenes shown of protests outside Gore's residence. [Gore attorney David BOIES - says the people want facts.] [Gore spokesman Warren CHRISTOPHER - criticizes the Supreme Court for stopping the vote count.] [Gore campaign spokesman Doug HATTWAY0- talks about the law and counting votes.] [BOIES - says if the Supreme Court says no more will be counted, that is the end of it.]
- Clark, Tony;
- Frazier, Stephen;
- Hall, Andria;
- O'Connor, Eileen
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