When Elections Aren't a Perfect '10'

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Quin Hillyer
The American Spectator; Nov 2008; 41, 9; Docstoc
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Description: AT THE NEWS FROM THE TV NETWORKS that Al Gore had called George W Bush to concede the presidential election, a throng of people had surged down Congress Avenue in Austin toward a huge itage near the State Capitol and the Governor's Mansion, braving a fiercely cold wind and a light but stinging rain. The cool confidence of the top campaign staff- including Ed Gillespie, later head of the Republican National Committee and White House communications director, and Ari Fleischer, later Bush's White House press secretary- continued into Monday, as they walked around looking focused but well in control.
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