Anatomy of a Recount, Bush v. Gore with John Hardin Young

By John Hardin Young

David Miranda


Jack Young, of counsel at Sandler Reiff in Washington, DC, and an expert on election law, discusses his work on the 2000 Bush v. Gore recount – from the Gore team’s pre-dawn rush to Tallahassee to its rifts on strategy. Attempts to create a standard by which all “chads” could be judged brought the matter to the courts, beginning what Jack views as unwarranted federal interference in an ongoing state process.

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