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NBC Evening News for Saturday, Apr 13, 2002
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(Studio: John Seigenthaler) The gathering in Florida of Democrats to figure out a strategy for the '04 campaign reported; scenes shown from Lake Buena Vista, Florida, of the delegates.

(Palm Beach County: Kerry Sanders) New voting procedures in Florida in the wake of the controversial presidential election in 2000 examined; scenes shown of computer voting; details given of problems with computer screen balloting. [Palm Beach County voters Shirley MOORE, two PEOPLE - complain about computer voting.] [Palm Beach County election supervisor Theresa LePORE - says we are moving into the future with new equipment.] [Former Boca Raton mayor Emil DANZ - says the integrity of the election process has been demolished.]

Reporter(s):
Sanders, Kerry;
Seigenthaler, John
Duration:
00:02:30

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