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Commentary: Voters' determination overcomes frustrations at the polls
In 2000 when the votes for the Gore-Bush presidential race were still being counted in Florida long after Election Day, amid charges of voter fraud and suppression, I wrote a column about the importance of every single ballot being counted. I'm sure most of us remember the hundreds of thousands of votes that were challenged during that election, with many ending up being thrown out.
By Gwendolyn Glenn
November 20, 2012