Hand Count

The Bush campaign is arguing before the Florida state Supreme Court today that hand recounts are biased and imprecise. But the vote-counters who have spent long hours examining ballots are more confident in their results. NPR's Eric Westervelt reports on the workers whose efforts are at the center of the national attention.

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