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Campaign 2002 / Florida / Governor's Race #713710

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Nov 03, 2002
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(Studio: John Roberts) Report introduced.

(Miami: Bobbi Harley) Florida's race for governor between incumbent Jeb Bush & Democratic challenger Bill McBride featured; campaign scenes shown; details given about problems with the state's voting process. [President BUSH, former President Bill CLINTON - campaign.] ["Orlando Sentinel" political editor Mark SILVA†- cites the political significance if the Democrats can take out the governor.] [VOTER - complains.] [Miami-Dade elections supervisor David LEAHY†- outlines how the voting will be made to work well.] [Miami-Dade police director Carlos ALVAREZ†- says the election will function.]

Roberts, John;
Harley, Bobbi

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