Another Lawsuit

NPR's Brian Naylor reports from Seminole County, Florida, on yet another lawsuit that's been filed over the presidential election. Attorney Harry Jacobs says the elections supervisor in Seminole should not have allowed Republican volunteers to correct mistakes on absentee ballot applications. Those ballots would have normally been thrown out. If the ballots are determined to be invalid, George W. Bush could lose his advantage over Al Gore.



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