Todd Bernstein – then a poll watcher – recalls the ’94 South African election


    We here at NewsWorks Tonight have spoken before with Todd Bernstein, founder of the annual Martin Luther King Day of Service.  Little did we know Bernstein has a personal connection to the ’94 South African election that swept Nelson Mandela into power, and cleared out the pro-apartheid regime that jailed him for nearly three decades.  Bernstein talked about his experiences as an international poll watcher with NewsWorks Tonight Host Dave Heller.

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