Lizza, Ryan
November 2000
New Republic;11/27/2000, Vol. 223 Issue 22, p15
Discusses the anticipatory efforts of the political campaign of Vice President Al Gore for a possible recount of the ballots. Preparations for a recount prior to election day; Democratic National Committee general counsel Joe Sandler's convening of a team to draft a memo on recount laws in every state that might be close; Selection of field operatives and lawyers to search for voting irregularities across Florida; Sandler's dispatching of recount experts Robert Bauer and Chris Sautter to Florida; Use of Sautter's recommendations in the book "Campaigns and Elections" in the recount effort.


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