The unsettling prospect of another deeply disputed election result looms. Armies of Republican and Democratic lawyers are on standby, poised to contest the outcome in critical counties and states across the nation. But can America stand another presidential election that's pushed to the courts?
Hear about the risk of another disputed presidential election result in America, as Election Day 2004 draws near.
Elizabeth Schneider, researcher at Electionline.org
Nate Persily, professor at the University of Pennsylvania Law School, expert in election law
Elizabeth Garrett, director of the University of Southern California-CatTech Center on Law and Politics
Arthur Applebaum, professor of ethics and public policy at Harvard's Kennedy School of Government
Jack Beatty, On Point News Analyst
This program aired on October 20, 2004.