Miami - Dade
NPR's Phillip Davis reports on the Miami-Dade election board's surprise decision Wednesday to call off a manual recount of presidential ballots. It was a blow to the Gore campaign, which said it would try to reverse the decision. The vote came just hours after the three-member canvassing board voted to hand count only about 10,000 disputed "undervotes" -- the ballots on which no vote was registered by machine. That move brought angry protests from Republicans.
Copyright 2000 NPR