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WEST PALM BEACH COUNTERS ARE GOING AGAINST THE CLOCK TRYING TO RECOUNT VOTES BEFORE SUNDAY AT 5:00.
|WEST PALM BEACH RECOUNT (11/25/2000)
|WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA
|West Palm Beach, FloridaLaura Jones, ReportingCarol Roberts, County CommissionerJudge Charles Burton, Board ChairmanElenor Holmes, Norton (D) District of Colombia
|CANVASSING BOARD GOING OVER BALLOTS, OUTSIDE RAINY WEATHER, DAMAGED TENT, SOT OF WOMAN, SOT OF MAN, PEOPLE WALKING AND TALKING, WOMAN SHAKING HANDS WITH PEOPLE, WOMAN LOOKING AT BALLOT, SOT OF WOMAN,SOT OF WOMAN, REPORTER STANDUP,
|WEST PALM BEACH COUNTERS ARE GOING AGAINST THE CLOCK TRYING TO RECOUNT VOTES BEFORE SUNDAY AT 5:00.
|LEAD: WEST PALM BEACH COUNTERS ARE GOING AGAINST THE CLOCK, TRYING TO RECOUNT ALL THE VOTES BEFORE 5:00 SUNDAY. LAURA JONES HAS MORE. SCRIPT: BOARD MEMBERS HERE IN PALM BEACH COUNTY SAY THEY'LL DO WHAT IT TAKES TO GET THE JOB DONE SO THAT THE VOTE CAN BE CERTIFIED IN TALLAHASSEE. THE PRESSURE CONTINUES TO BUILD INSIDE PALM BEACH COUNTY'S OPERATION CENTER. OUTSIDE THE BAROMETRIC PRESSURE DROPPED SUDDENLY THIS MORNING. AN UNEXPECTED STORM RIPPED THROUGH THE AREA RIPPED DOWN TELEVISONS TEMPORARILY PRESS ROW. NAT break of rain. THE RAINY WEATHER WAS THE LEAST OF THIS BOARD'S CONCERN. "We're sitting down trying to get the job down." "Look we're stay here all night if that what it takes." REPUBLICANS AND DEMOCRATS CONTINUE TO BRING IN THEIR BIG GUNS. NEW JERSEY'S GOVERNOR WHITMAN GOT A WARM WELCOME FROM SOME FELLOWNORTHEASTERNERS. NAT sound "Nice to meet ya." AFTER WATCHING THE PROCESS FIRST HAND GOVERNOR WHITMAN CHIMED IN." "This is democracy at work. But their laboring is under an inherently flawed system. And that it is very difficult when you're going through and you hold up a ballot and there is the slightest bit of light. And does that count or doesn't it count. THIS DEMOCRAT FROM D.C, STOPPED BY THE CENTER BEFORE HEADING TO A TOWN MEETING . "Gore won the popular vote and whoever wins the recount should be the winner. That's how our system is until we change it." STAND UP: FLORIDA'S SECRETARY OF STATE, KATHERINE HARRIS SAYS SHE WILL CERTIFY THE RESULTS BY SIX O'CLOCK ON SUNDAY. BASED ON THE HISTORY OF THIS CAMPAIGN MOST AGREE THIS WON'T BE THE FINAL SAY THAT'S WHY LAWYERS FOR BUSHAND GORE ARE TRYING TO ANTICIPATE THE OTHER'S SIDE NEXT MOVE. FOR BETTER OR FOR WORSE THIS IS HISTORY IN THE MAKING. HOW MUCH TIME IT TAKES UP IN THE BOOKS, ONLY TIME WILL TELL.
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