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Election 2000: Over/Time
Witness the 2000 U.S. presidential election through the eyes of photographers Callie Shell and David Hume Kennerly. During 37 of the most unprecedented days in American history, they documented the Bush and Gore campaigns, from election night through the Florida recount. Hear Kennerly and Shell reveal exclusive behind the scenes moments and the stories behind their photographs.
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Ratings & Reviews
4.3 stars from 67 ratings
Not very deep
Having lived through these events, I could have told you more detail from what I recall. It is not a very deep look into this pivotal event at all. Also, using photographers as the primary sources and reference to photos in a podcast isn’t the best use of an audio-only format.
Calittle2 via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 09/09/18
Such an interesting series about a time hat seems forgotten. Great insight from these photographers!
Margdear via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 08/23/18
Sort it out CNN - you’ve put an auto play video advert that stops the podcast on the accompanying photo website. Infuriating!!
martw84 via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 08/23/18
Recent Episodes
Part four of our series brings the story of the 2000 election to a close. As George W. Bush prepares for his future as the 43rd President of the United States, Al Gore comes to terms with defeat. And we explore a critical question in the wake of the chaos that surrounded the Florida recount: How...
Published 09/02/18
Published 09/02/18
Part three of our series chronicles the road to Bush v. Gore. For the first time in American history a presidential candidate contests the outcome of an election, leading to a showdown at the United States Supreme Court. Photographers Callie Shell and David Hume Kennerly captured the...
Published 08/17/18
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