Florida The election of the next U.S. president has largely come down to the question of whether ballots in Florida may be recounted by hand. An official tally yesterday of certified results from across the state showed George W. Bush leading Al Gore by 300 votes. But at least two counties say they may want to revise their tallies after rechecking ballots by hand. NPR's Tom Gjelten reports.

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The election of the next U.S. president has largely come down to the question of whether ballots in Florida may be recounted by hand. An official tally yesterday of certified results from across the state showed George W. Bush leading Al Gore by 300 votes. But at least two counties say they may want to revise their tallies after rechecking ballots by hand. NPR's Tom Gjelten reports.