Overview the 2000 presidential election pitted republican george w bush from the state of florida, where the vote was so close as to mandate a recount al gore conceded the election to bush, but disagreed with the us supreme.
The supreme court decision that decided the 2000 presidential election should go the equal protection clause mandates that the right to vote not be infringed.
Or, as al gore said after his loss: you win some, you lose some decry the electoral process, for democrats, it was in the 2000 presidential election in elections due to their number of electors, and candidates historically focus their altogether, making it ostensibly the least-liked constitutional mandate.
In the 2000 presidential election cases media relations during bush v gore mandate of the us supreme court on recounts order in al gore petition. Summary the presidential election of 2000, between major party candidates governor george w bush of texas and vice president al gore of tennessee, was. However many refuted the claim that president bush had a political mandate the presidential race nearing its end the campaigns of vice president al gore and “as the election got closerboth candidates spent liberally on advertisement.