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In Depth (Decision 2002: Florida) #713827

NBC Evening News for Monday, Nov 04, 2002
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(Washington: Tom Brokaw) Report introduced.

(Miami: Kerry Sanders) Questions about the voting system in Florida featured; details given about new voting machines installed after the 2000 election disaster; scenes shown of high school students and others being trained to work the polls. [Broward County, Florida, election advisor Joe COTTER†- says we’ll assure every vote will count.] [High school student Junerie CHARLES†- says she is concerned Miami-Dade County will embarrass itself again.]

(New York: Anne Thompson) The potential for election day controversies examined; details given of accusations of voter intimidation in Baltimore, Maryland, and South Dakota; map shown of states vulnerable to voting chaos, including Georgia, which had a higher error rate than Florida in 2000. [University of Virginia Center for Politics Larry SABATO†- says election day is just the beginning of the process.] [Maryland gubernatorial candidate Kathleen Kennedy TOWNSEND††- denounces minority voter intimidation.]

Brokaw, Tom;
Sanders, Kerry;
Thompson, Anne

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