As Election Day gets underway, lawyers are monitoring swing-state balloting in a tick-tight race. Some attorneys have already joined the fray, curbing the use of vote-challengers in Ohio. And while key Florida courts hunker down, the memory of Bush v. Gore haunts the halls. Think the U.S. Supreme Court will reprise its 2000 role? A newly discovered case may be the answer to that riddle. And for undecideds, our guest columnists say why their man is the ideal choice for attorneys.
Let the Voting -- and Litigating -- Begin
November 2, 2004
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