Jeb Bush famous Television call

Jeb Bush famous Television call to his Little Brother.

“Don’t worry Little Brother it’s in the Bag!”

How on earth did then Florida Governor Jeb Bush, possibly know that his brother

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would win the election days earlier?

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New Details about how the election was won Bush V. Gore

the Chad conspiracy November 24th 2000!

New CNN Documentary airs Monday 9PM.

Miami-Dade Canvassing Board

A Florida election official tries to divine a voter’s intentions.

Jan. 17, 2008 | 5:00 p.m. EST

In the hour or so it took Mark Herron to walk his dogs on election night in 2000, the outcome of the U.S. presidential race plunged into uncertainty.

As Herron, a Tallahassee attorney and legal analyst for the Democratic Party, left his house, the TV networks announced that Vice President and Democratic candidate Al Gore had won the crucial state of Florida over Republican Gov. George W. Bush.

By the time Herron returned home, the broadcasters had retracted the news.

At 1:30 a.m., the heads of the Florida Democratic Party called Herron to ask about the state’s arcane rules governing overseas absentee ballots.

At 4 a.m., he received an urgent call from then Florida Democratic Rep. Peter Deutsch and Ed Rendell, then chair of the Democratic National Committee.

“The direction was:

“Get out of bed and get to work; the guys are coming to town,”

recalls Herron, who would serve as one of Gore’s attorneys on a recount.

http://www.usnews.com/news/articles/2008/01/17/the-legacy-of-hanging-chads

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