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The Election is still too close to call 246 electoral votes for Bush and 260 electoral votes for Gore

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Presidential Election 2000: State By State This page is for my thoughts, opinions, ideas, Links, and predictions for the elections of 2000. This page was begun February 2, 2000. Four asterisks by a candidate's name mean either that the candidate has dropped out or that another candidate in his party has won enough delegates to capture the nomination.

It is Election Day a little after 7 PM Eastern Time. Bush has now been projected to win Kentucky, South Carolina, and Indiana. Gore has won Vermont. Florida, as expected, is TOO CLOSE TO call.



Table of Contents:
The Forty Third President:
Bill Bradley 2000 ****:
Al Gore 2000:
John McCain 2000 ****:
Governor Bush's Campaign:
Forbes ****:
Alan Keyes for President ****:
Donald J. Trump Presidential Exploratory Committee ****:
Buchanan Reform:
John Hagelin, Ph.D.: Natural Law - America's Fastest Growing New Political Party
Larry Hines In 2000 ****: Libertarian Party
Harry Browne 2000 Presidential Exploratory Committee: Libertarian
Constitution Party National Committee :
Dr. Heather Harder ****: Democrat
William P. Kreml ****: Democrat
Lyndon LaRouche ****: Democrat
Andy Martin's Campaign Headquarters ****: Republican
Angel Joy Rocker ****: Republican
Millie Howard ****: Republican
Prattas for President ****: Republican
Joe Bellis:
Richard Alan Hale:
Les Lummis:
The National Sovereignty Party:
Edison McDaniels:
The Socialist Party USA:
Bernard Palicki :
Scott C. Palmer:
David E. Wyatt:
U.S. Presidential Election : Yahoo Full Coverage
Yahoo! Politics:
Presidential Elections (history): Yahoo!
Third Party: Yahoo!
Campaign 2000: USA Today
Campaign 2000: Newsweek
Time magazine:
Election 2000: US News
Electoral Scoreboard : UPDATED DAILY ---- State by state poll; a color map of USA.



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The map below (click it to get to election results page), indicates states leaning Gore (GREY), states leaning Bush (GREEN), and states too close to predict(WHITE ---although I think Florida is likely a Bush state and Tennessee is likely a Gore state).
This map was created on 10/27/00 and is based on various sources (ABC, US Today, Newsweek, to name a few)

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