With memories lingering of the deadlocked 2000 presidential election and the 36-day struggle for Florida's electoral votes, both major political parties are working hard to prevent a repeat performance. Democratic lawyers such as Sandler Reiff's John Hardin Young and Joseph Sandler are tapping thousands of volunteer lawyers, some of whom could be called upon if Democrats decide to challenge Ralph Nader's efforts to get on the ballot in key states.
Both Sides Girding for Another 'Bush v. Gore'
March 11, 2004
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