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Florida won’t go quietly

The Sunshine State wasn't the clincher this time, but voting was still a messy business

By Diane Roberts  

(photo: Shooting Chris)

Maybe it’s a tragic desire for attention, maybe it’s a cry for help (democracy is tough!), maybe it’s a heady mix of corruption and incompetence. In any case, my home state of Florida is trying its best to relive the glories of the 2000 presidential election between Al Gore and George W Bush. We’re still counting votes.

You remember 2000:…

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