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Another Florida Recount?

I was just emailing with Brett Doster, a Florida Republican strategist who is unaffiliated with any presidential campaign.  When I asked him who would win today, he emailed me back this:
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"Based on what I see and what I experienced in 2000, I think both teams should be calling their recount lawyers."

Update:  I asked Brett to explain what he means a bit more ...

Just the closeness. If this thing is as close as what the public polls predict, a recount is definitely something both sides should be prepared for. Should that occur, it would certainly lend credence to Florida's reputation for having one of the most evenly-divided electorates in the nation.

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