Florida Supreme Court Hearing #951171
ABC Special for Thursday, Dec 07, 2000
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ABC live coverage, anchored by Peter Jennings, of arguements by Democratic Party Presidential candidate Al Gore's lawyers before the Florida Supreme Court to allow a recount of election results in three counties.Videotape of Leon County Circuit Judge Leon Sanders Sauls reading the lower court ruling to not allow the recount.Analysts and reporters include Florida State University Constitutional Law Professor Steven Gey, ABC correspondents Jack Ford, Cokie Roberts and Terry Moran, and ABC political analyst George Stephanopoulos.Chief Justice Charles Wells presideing, David Boies arguing on behalf of Vice President Al Gore, Barry Richard arguing on behalf of Governor George Bush and Joe Klock arguing on behalf of Florida Secretary of State Katherine Harris.
- Moran, Terry;
- Ford, Jack;
- Roberts, Cokie;
- Stephanopoulos, George
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