GALLERY: Palm Beach County Canvassing Board recount in 2000 presidential race
WEST PALM BEACH; 11/24/00: Surrounded by attorneys for the Democrats and Republicans, the Palm Beach County election canvassing board examines questionable ballots in the county Emergency Operations Center, where the hand count of all Palm Beach County ballots is taking place. LTR holding ballots: County Commissioner Carol Roberts, Judge Charles Burton, Supervisor of Elections Theresa LePore. Photo by Lannis Waters/ The Palm Beach Post Photo by: Lannis Waters/The Palm Beach Post
GALLERY: Palm Beach County Canvassing Board recount in 2000 presidential race
WEST PALM BEACH;10/29/04: Palm Beach County Canvassing Board members LTR County Commisioner Karen Marcus, County Court Judge Barry Cohen, and Palm Beach County Elections Supervisor Theresa LePore examine the signature on the envelope of an absentee ballot as attorneys J. Reeve Bright (cq)(back left) for the Republican Party and John Whittles (cq) for the Kerry Edwards campaign look over their shoulders, ready to make objections to the boards rulings on the acceptability of the signatures. [ROCHELLE BRENNER STORY] Photo by Lannis Waters/ The Palm Beach Post Photo by: Lannis Waters
GALLERY: Palm Beach County Canvassing Board recount in 2000 presidential race
WEST PALM BEACH; 11/24/00: Surrounded by attorneys for the Democrats and Republicans, the Palm Beach County election canvassing board examines questionable ballots in the county Emergency Operations Center, where the hand count of all Palm Beach County ballots is taking place. Left is Palm Beach County Commissioner Carol Roberts, holding ballot is Judge Charles Burton, and next to him is Supervisor of Elections Theresa LePore. Photo by Lannis Waters/ The Palm Beach Post Photo by: Lannis Waters
GALLERY: Palm Beach County Canvassing Board recount in 2000 presidential race
083104 met eoc lw 3 3/3 -- Palm Beach County Canvassing Board members from left, Karen Marcus, Leon St. John, Barry Cohen, Supervisor of Elections Theresa LePore and Tony Masilotti inspect an absentee ballot Tuesday. Lannis Waters/Palm Beach Post Staff PhotographerPhoto by: Lannis Waters
GALLERY: Palm Beach County Canvassing Board recount in 2000 presidential race
Nov. 28,2000--West Palm Beach--The butterfly ballot used in the Palm Beach County elections Nov. 7,2000. Photo by Greg Lovett/The Palm Beach Post. Photo by: Greg Lovett
GALLERY: Palm Beach County Canvassing Board recount in 2000 presidential race
Supervisor of Elections Theresa LePore speaks with the media Tuesday evening. Lannis Waters/Palm Beach Post Staff PhotographerPhoto by: Lannis Waters
GALLERY: Palm Beach County Canvassing Board recount in 2000 presidential race
WEST PALM BEACH, FL - NOVEMBER 2: Members of the Palm Beach County Supervisor of Elections canvassing board (FRONT L to R) Commissioner Theresa Lepore, Barry Cohen and Karen Marcus study absentee ballots while deciding whether to reject or accept them November 2, 2004 in West Palm Beach, Florida. Behind the board are lawyers from the Republican and Democratic parties. (Photo by Mario Tama/Getty Images)Photo by: Mario Tama
GALLERY: Palm Beach County Canvassing Board recount in 2000 presidential race
WEST PALM BEACH, FL - NOVEMBER 2: Members of the Palm Beach County Supervisor of Elections canvassing board (FRONT L to R) Commissioner Theresa Lepore, Barry Cohen and Karen Marcus study absentee ballots while deciding whether to reject or accept them November 2, 2004 in West Palm Beach, Florida. Behind the board are lawyers from the Republican and Democratic parties. (Photo by Mario Tama/Getty Images)Photo by: Mario Tama
GALLERY: Palm Beach County Canvassing Board recount in 2000 presidential race
WEST PALM BEACH, FL - NOVEMBER 1: Members of the Palm Beach County Supervisor of elections canvassing board (Front L-R) Karen Marcus, Barry Cohen and Commissioner Theresa Lepore study absentee ballots while deciding whether to reject or accept them November 1, 2004 in West Palm Beach, Florida. Pictured behind the board are lawyers from the Republican and Democratic parties. (Photo by Mario Tama/Getty Images)Photo by: Mario Tama
GALLERY: Palm Beach County Canvassing Board recount in 2000 presidential race
WEST PALM BEACH, FL - NOVEMBER 1: Members of the Palm Beach County Supervisor of elections canvassing board (Front L - R) Karen Marcus, Barry Cohen and Commissioner Theresa Lepore study absentee ballots while deciding whether to reject or accept them November 1, 2004 in West Palm Beach, Florida. Pictured behind the board are lawyers from the Republican and Democratic parties. (Photo by Mario Tama/Getty Images)Photo by: Mario Tama
GALLERY: Palm Beach County Canvassing Board recount in 2000 presidential race
WEST PALM BEACH, FL - NOVEMBER 1: Members of the Palm Beach County Supervisor of elections canvassing board (Front L - R) Karen Marcus, Barry Cohen and Commissioner Theresa Lepore study absentee ballots while deciding whether to reject or accept them November 1, 2004 in West Palm Beach, Florida. Pictured behind the board are lawyers from the Republican and Democratic parties. (Photo by Mario Tama/Getty Images)Photo by: Mario Tama
GALLERY: Palm Beach County Canvassing Board recount in 2000 presidential race
WEST PALM BEACH, FL - NOVEMBER 1: Members of the Palm Beach County Supervisor of elections canvassing board Karen Marcus and Barry Cohen study absentee ballots while deciding whether to reject or accept them November 1, 2004 in West Palm Beach, Florida. (Photo by Mario Tama/Getty Images)Photo by: Mario Tama
GALLERY: Palm Beach County Canvassing Board recount in 2000 presidential race
WEST PALM BEACH, FL - NOVEMBER 2: Journalists and observers attempt to view a Palm Beach County Supervisor of Elections canvassing board meeting inside elections headquarters November 2, 2004 in West Palm Beach, Florida. Polls showed President George W. Bush and Democratic candidate Sen. John Kerry (D-MA) running a tight race in the swing state and nationwide. Palm Beach County was one of the centers of controversy in Florida during the 2000 election. (Photo by Mario Tama/Getty Images)Photo by: Mario Tama
GALLERY: Palm Beach County Canvassing Board recount in 2000 presidential race
WEST PALM BEACH, FL - NOVEMBER 1: Members of the Palm Beach County Supervisor of elections canvassing board (Front L-R) Karen Marcus, Barry Cohen and Commissioner Theresa Lepore study absentee ballots while deciding whether to reject or accept them November 1, 2004 in West Palm Beach, Florida. Pictured behind the board are lawyers from the Republican and Democratic parties. (Photo by Mario Tama/Getty Images)Photo by: Mario Tama