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Election 2000: Member of Broward Canvassing Board Holds News Briefing on Manual RecountAired November 21, 2000 - 1:19 p.m. ET
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NATALIE ALLEN, CNN ANCHOR: Actually, we're going to take you live to Broward county. A member of the canvassing board is speaking about the manual recount.
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SUZANNE GUNZBERGER, BROWARD CANVASSING BOARD: ... permission to continue discussing this issue, and then we'll be able to give every voter their vote when they intended to vote for a president. Be it Governor Bush or Vice President Al Gore, every vote that was cast will count.
QUESTION: Do we know how many of these questionables have been set aside?
GUNZBERGER: We're not sure whether it's 1,000 or what. I've not kept track of anything; all I've done is sat there and done my job.
UNIDENTIFIED MALE: Excuse me, that's it, thank you.
ALLEN: All right, just a few comments there we missed right off the top: She said that they do expect to wrap up the manual count today. There are, of course, the questions surrounding those ballots that are questionable, not completely punched out. She wasn't sure how many there are. Some have reported there may be as many as 1,000 questionable ballots in Broward county.
But we'll keep watching. We have correspondents there.
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