The Miami Herald Report by Martin Merzer
Democracy Held Hostage

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After one of the closest elections in U.S. history, the attention of American people shifted to Florida, the fourth most populous state in the Union, and one of the most diverse, divided, and fastest growing: its 25 electoral votes could have put either candidate into the White House.

The Miami Herald Report finally provides the answers that Americans have been demanding since the night of Novemeber 7, 2000. Including:
* The inside stories of Florida Secretary of State Katherine Harris and Palm
Beach County Elections Supervisor Theresa LePore
* The full investigation of alleged abuses regarding absentee ballots
* And much more.


About Martin Merzer

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Martin Merzer is a veteran journalist with 28 years of experience.He and a team of more than two dozen reporters and editors researched this book. The Miami Herald's 1997 investigation of Miami's tarnished mayoral elections won the Pulitzer Prize for the newspaper and resulted in the overturn of the race's outcome.
Published June 2, 2001 by St. Martin's Press. 325 pages
Genres: Political & Social Sciences. Non-fiction

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Some of what is reported here is not new—the previous failures of the punch card system, the failure of detailed instructions to get through to election workers, the accusations of civil rights abuses—but it's told vividly and serves as a useful roundup to those who couldn't stomach following the...

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Months later, it's all a lie as we drift slowly to more in-depth reports and revelations about the vote (and undervotes and overvotes and stolen votes) in Florida.

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