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On November 22, 2000 a mob succeeded in deciding a presidential election.
SOURCE: The Atlantic
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by Sheldon Stern
It’s simply not true that the “effect of the two third-party candidates on the electoral vote was essentially a wash.”
SOURCE: Time Magazine
Gore did not “refuse to accept the result on election day” in 2000, nor did he try “to overturn the result of the 2000 election” when he availed himself of the legal apparatus offered to candidates in especially close elections.
SOURCE: New York Magazine
by Jonathan Chait
But he did.
“Your little brother is not the ultimate authority”: How Jeb Bush cheated America & helped deliver the presidency to W
by Heather Digby Parton
Fifteen years ago, America voted for Al Gore. Unfortunately for Gore, he didn't have a governor for a brother
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