Media Hounds

Crowley, Michael
March 2001
New Republic;03/12/2001, Vol. 224 Issue 11, p18
Examines the media-sponsored vote recount in Florida to determine whether George W. Bush or Al Gore won the state's popular vote for U.S. President. Scene from Brooksville, Florida, site of the Hernando County election office; Opposition by Republican officials to the recount; Details on the media consortium which is sponsoring the recount; Use of punch-card ballots during the election recount.


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