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Judges stall California recall vote: High court appeal likel

            Judges stall California recall vote: High court appeal likely.
             The article is about the recounting of votes in the California elections. The federal appeals court postponed the state's "guber-national" recall. It is said that the decisions will most likely be appealed to the U.S. Supreme Court. This will cause also most likely cause another big controversy. Three judges from the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in San Francisco commented that error-prone ballets might lead to nearly 40,000 votes not being counted. It would be better for the voters if the recall vote was held until March 2 when other elections will be taking place. Until then, California could conform to the requirements to replace old voting machines.
             Many officials said that Governor Gray Davis should be removed from office because of fiscal mismanagement. Senator Tom McClintock said that he believes the case will be quickly overturned. He said that he "would like to remind people that the 9th Circuit is the most reserved court- The 9th Circuit was the same court that band the words "under God" in the Pledge of Allegiance. Some people believe that Lt. Governor Cruz Bustamante and Governor Gray Davis as winners if the election was delayed till March. The delaying of the election could be a bad thing for Arnold Schwarzenegger. He could be hurt the worst.
             The article relates to what we have been studying in this class because the decision of one court is trying to be overturned by an appeal in a higher court. This case could reach the U.S. Supreme court if necessary. All of these statements depend on what the appeals court decides. This situation is very similar to what happened during the 2000 election. If there is a recount, the current Governor could lose his position and be replaced by someone else.

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