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At the Court

Judge N. Sanders Sauls heard a second day of testimony in the debate over whether Presidential ballots from two Florida counties should be re-counted manually. Advisors to Al Gore believe a manual recount will give the Vice-President the votes needed to win Florida's 25 electors, and thus the election. Lawyers representing George W. Bush argued that a re-count would not likely change the outcome. NPR's Debbie Elliott speaks to host Lisa Simeone from Tallahassee.

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