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Palm Beach Ballots Going to Tallahassee

Wednesday, 29 November 2000 12:00 AM

The ballots are expected to be trucked to the state capital today in a police convoy that is expected to be a television spectacle, CNSNews.com reported. Some already are comparing it to O.J. Simpson's infamous ride in a white Bronco.

Labarga ruled that only the ballots disputed by the Democrats during last week's hand count of presidential ballots cast in the Nov. 7 election should be sent immediately to Tallahassee.

But he said sending all 400,000 of the ballots would take only a request from Circuit Judge N. Sanders Sauls, the judge who is handling Vice President Al Gore's contest of the election.

Democrat attorneys and conservative watchdog organization Judicial Watch had suggested all the ballots be sent immediately, but Labarga declined.

Larry Klayman, head of Judicial Watch and a longtime foe of the Clinton-Gore administration, said the group already had permission to examine ballots in Palm Beach and Miami-Dade counties and was seeking permission in Broward County under the state's Government in the Sunshine Law. He began a look at individual ballots in Palm Beach County on Tuesday.

He plans to follow the disputed ballots up to Tallahassee to protect his interests in court. He said he may re-examine the ballots in all 67 counties to create a public record for each vote.

About 3,600 ballots were disputed by the Democrats during the recount, and an additional 2,300 by the Republicans.

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