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  • Gore And Bush
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    The 2000 United States presidential election included two major candidates Al Gore and George Bush. Another man by the name of Ralph Nader also played a major role in the outcome. Nader is a democratic member and he took away many votes from his fellow democrat, Al Gore, which could have really helped Gore win the election. As we stand now, George W. Bush will soon become our 43rd president. On November 7, 2000 many voters were excited and ready to vote. As votes were being cast, the public was ...
  • Gore And Bush
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    For much of the 2000 campaign for the Presidency, Vice President Al Gore has been seen the candidate who will win this years Presidential Election. The polls show Gore as leading, political analysts have been saying Gore all the way, and most of the general public seem to be in agreement that Gore will succeed President Bill Clinton. But recently, the past two Presidential debates have seemed to abolish the idea that Vice President Al Gore will easily be elected President over Texas Governor Geo...
  • Bush Should Al Gore
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    Gore or Bush Should Al Gore or George Bush be the president of the United States. Bush is the man that should and will fill the position. Out of all the candidates Bush stands out as the strongest stingiest leader. George Bush is the best man for the job. Bush also rightfully won the White House. In reference to the recounts, they should not even be considered. The only way Gore could win the job was with a court ruling. Even if Al Gore were to take office, it would go against the law of the lan...
  • Vice President Al Gore And Gov Bush
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    The Third Debate The third Presidential Debate was between Vice President Al Gore and Gov. George W. Bush. The debate was in the format of a Town Hall debate. Both Vice President Al Gore and Gov. Bush performed well. An audience member asked the candidates a question and given two minutes to answer the question set forth. After the two minutes the other candidate was given the opportunity to rebuttal. In some instances the candidate that was asked the question was given the chance to refute the ...
  • Our Country's Budget And Bush Believes Gore
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    Debate of Gore / Bush: Tuesday October 17, 2000 Topics Discussed: Education: Gore: Gore believes that teachers should be able to have one on one sessions with their students and in order to do so he believes that classrooms should be smaller and more teachers should be hired. In order to hire more teachers he believes that teachers who teach a subject which was their own major should receive a bonus. He feels that education is important because the students of today build the economy of tomorrow...
  • George Bushes Health Care Plan
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    Nov-3-00 Block 4 Candidate Letter 564 words November 3, 2000 Dear Ms Latour ell, When you vote I think you should vote for George Bush. George Bush doesn't have as much experience as Gore, but He is highly educated and does still have a lot of political experience. George Bush's plans on certain subjects such as social security and Medicare, gun control and education are better that Gores and are more realistic. George Bush was born on July 6, 1946, in New Haven, CT. His religion is Methodist. G...
  • Al Gore And George Bush
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    "Election 2000 "to-close-to-call.".. How" Democratic candidate Al Gore and Republican candidate George W. Bush have been in a "to-close-to-call" race for the presidency since the campaigning began. With the distinct differences of the candidates how could this be Al Gore's position on the major issues, political experience, knowledge and America's economic growth and prosperous state in the last eight years should have the given Gore the winning votes. However, in Gore's campaign he focused larg...
  • Florida With 25 Electoral Votes
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    Bush vs. Gore Bush vs. Gore was a controversial case that was heard on December 11, 2000. This case decided the outcome of the 2000 presidential election between Vice President Gore and Texas Governor George W. Bush. The election took place on Nov 7, 2000. Under our electoral college system each state votes for our new president separately, a winner is then declared in each state and is awarded "electoral votes" that is equal to the states number of representatives in the House and Senate. Gore ...
  • Mr Bush And Mr Gore
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    On October 11, 2000, in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, Vice President Al Gore and Governor George W. Bush, Jr., participated in the second presidential debate for Decision 2000. These two men went head to head on public issues. The candidates answered questions for the sole purpose of showing the people of the United States who was the stronger leader. After reviewing the debates one can easily state Mr. Gore won by strongly and directly answering questions posed, of an avoidance of red herrings...
  • Gore And Bush
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    Social Studies Political Spectrum Project By Cameron N azeri Introduction I have gathered four articles from the New York Times newspaper, which is a Liberal newspaper, and broken them down into a summary and a short understanding of what makes the article Liberal. The four articles include a political cartoon, an editorial peace, a national article, and an additional article. Gun Battle Halts Mideast Cease-fire International / additional article. During the daylight hours of October 2, the ceas...
  • Tie Between Bush And Gore
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    The 2000 Presidential Election was one of the most suspenseful and unclear presidential elections for more than a century. For weeks after November 7, it had been uncertain to America who had won the presidency. The election's closeness and bitter words between parties over the results will leave controversy for years to come. When the elections began, the Republicans and Democrats chose their candidates. Caucuses were held in each state to choose delegates. It had begun like any other election,...
  • Al Gore Vs George Bush
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    Each presidential election overview has always been similar to a three-ring circus, but in the 2000 Election with Al Gore and George W. Bush, was by far one of the biggest circuses ever. Democrats had reason to worry about the election. Republicans held the White House for three consecutive terms from 1980 to 1992, voters often grow tired of one party after two terms. They were hoping to win control, yet there was a lot at stake with the election at the time. And even though it came to be a quit...
  • Gore's Plan
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    Campaigning for the Presidential Election of 2000 The 2000 Presidential campaigns were a very close call according to the poles made by CNN with Gore in the lead at 43 percent and Bush with 42 percent. The main Presidential candidates were Vice President Al Gore representing the Democrats and the Governor of Texas, George W. Bush, representing the Republicans. The candidates disagreed on some issues that included abortion, healthcare, and education. However, they did agree on some things but had...
  • Discussion Of Al Gore
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    Is the Media Bias Many people including myself believe that it is. On the other hand, there are people who believe that media is not biased and just states facts. These people (i.e. my dad), who believe that media is not biased also believe that everything on TV is true, in my experience. We see bias in media (print or broadcast) many times. It might be the subtlest of things that is unnoticeable to more blatant attempts. The fact is bias is everywhere and it is very difficult to separate the tw...
  • Bush The White House
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    Five weeks after Election Day, George W. Bush at last laid claim to the presidency Wednesday night with a pledge to "seize this moment" and deliver reconciliation and unity to a nation divided. Al Gore exited the tortuously close race, exhorting the nation to put aside partisan rancor and support its new chief executive. "I was not elected to serve one party, but to serve one nation", the nation's soon-to-be 43rd president told Americans in remarks prepared for a nationally televised address fro...
  • Election Decision And George W Bush
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    The decision for the trial over the 2000 Election was both just and right. Gore contested the election a couple days after George W. Bush was pronounced the victor. The Supreme Court granted Al Gore's campaign a recount on just ible cause. The recount process ended up taking longer than they thought it would. When the recount went past the grace period granted to them the Supreme Court granted them some more time. This time was not enough for the Gore campaign and they wanted more time. The Flor...
  • Health Issues Gore
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    2000 Presidential Campaigns The 2000 Presidential campaigns are going to be a very close according to the recent poles made by CNN with Gore in the lead with 43 percent and Bush with 42 percent. The main Presidential candidates are Vice President Al Gore representing the democrats and Governor of Texas, George W. Bush representing the Republicans. The candidates disagree on some issues including abortion, healthcare and education. However they do agree on some things but they have different meth...
  • Eight Electoral Votes For Bush
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    Jason Bank ston November 6, 2000 Government Research Project ALABAMA Recent polls show Bush as leading by 46% with Gore at 38%. Alabama has a strong Republican voting history. Sixty percent of Alabamans view themselves as conservatives. Alabama has few large cities that attract minorities and other groups that would vote Democratic. Bush has a solid win in this state. Nine electoral votes for Bush. ALASKA In Alaska, Bush leads with a 52% margin to Gore's 28%. Like Alabama, Alaska has few large c...
  • President Al Gore
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    Bush Might Have Won the Campaign, But Gore Should Win the Election This has been the strangest of American election campaigns; the most exciting in 40 years in terms of the closeness of the contest, yet one in which both major candidates have utterly failed to capture the national imagination. The lead in the polls has changed hands half a dozen times since September and, even at this late stage, only the very bravest dare forecast the outcome. Campaigning, alas, tends to bring out the worst in ...
  • Article States Bush
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    This web article written by Ian Christopher, from CNN is a great reason why Bush is out to diminish our natural areas. This article is titled; In Debate Preview, Candidates outline Competing Energy Policies. This is about the energy portion of the debate. Gore is for environmental preservation; therefore, I am on Gore's side of the argument. Bush has stated that if he becomes President then he will open up a portion of the arctic national wildlife refuge (ANWR) to oil drilling. The ANWR is the o...

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