by Robert Brent Toplin
On November 22, 2000 a mob succeeded in deciding a presidential election.
by Nina Totenberg
"Election experts, both conservative and liberal, however, say that so far they have seen no evidence of fraud. Rather, as professor Muller puts it, the allegations have been 'nitpicky stuff'.”
SOURCE: Washington Post
On the day the Supreme Court's Bush v. Gore ruling was released, it was not immediately clear that it made George W. Bush the president-elect.
Ted Olson Argued Bush v. Gore. Before Another Possibly Contested Election, Here Are 7 of His Winning Tactics
by Barbara Perry
Ted Olson served as counsel to George W. Bush in the 2000 Florida recount. He offers his advice to any election lawyers who may end up in the Supreme Court this year.
SOURCE: The New Republic
A new documentary, “537 Votes,” takes viewers back to the 2000 Florida recount—and shows how little has changed since then.
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