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2000 Election. Al Gore. Democrat Vice-President 1993-2001 Ran for Democratic nomination in 1988 election VP: Joe Lieberman. George W. Bush. Republican Governor of Texas – 1995 – 2000 Son of President George H.W. Bush VP – Dick Cheney. Who Won?. What about Florida?. George W. Bush
The 2000 Election. By: Robyn Gaines. Bush vs. Gore. Gore demanded a recount due to ballets being uncounted for in Florida On December 12 the supreme court said that 7-2 votes that were hand recounts were invalid
2000 Presidential Election. by Joyce E. Berg, John Geweke and Thomas A. Rietz. Legend. During Animation Press “page up” to go back/pause and Click slide to continue. Click to Start. Republican Convention. Republican Convention. Republican Convention. Republican Convention.
Election of 2000. - Al Gore - George W. Bush -very close election -Bush wins electoral vote but Gore wins popular vote -Florida votes disputed -Supreme Court rules first Florida results as final because no set standard of judging votes can be set. America Changes. - September 11, 2001
Geology and Election 2000. Steven I. Dutch Natural and Applied Sciences University of Wisconsin-Green Bay Green Bay, Wisconsin 54311-7001. High Black Population. Low White Population. Poverty. Election 1996. Election 1976. Election 1984. Election 1968. Election 1964. Patterns.
Election 2000: Regional Differences. Fig. 1-10: Presidential election results by county and state illustrate differences in regional voting patterns. Types of Regions. Formal (uniform) regions (p.20-21) Area where everyone has one or more distinctive characteristic in common.
Bush/Gore 2000 Election. Winner Takes All . Electoral College. Group of electors who meet to vote for the president. When you and I vote, we are not actually voting for the president but rather for the electors. Each state has a specific amount of electors (electoral votes)