Impact of Voter Turnout On Close Election
GUEST: CURTIS GANS *Director, Committee for the Study of the American Electorate The 2000 presidential election is the closest in U.S. history. Experts say voter turnout was slightly higher than in previous elections and a few thousand votes in states like Florida, New Mexico and Oregon might decide the presidency. Join Juan Williams and guests for a look at voter turnout and whether the legal wrangling in Florida might affect voter turnout in future elections.
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