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In late October, however, the gap in the polls between Bush and Gore narrowed dramatically. Former cabinet member George Shultz played an important early role in securing establishment Republican support for Bush. Trump making inappropriate comments about women.
Donelson for vice president. Although most of the country gave little weight to the Lewinsky affair, a fourth did find it "very important. By late November the Florida state canvassing board certified Bush the winner by votes, but the election still was unresolved, as legal battles remained.
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They would hold the White House for four years, and could fill the three likely vacancies on the Supreme Court. Benie Sanders This weakened Mrs. Bush at a campaign rally in Melbourne, Florida, Freemont The election was waged by new political coalitions and was the first to confront directly the issue of slavery.
The Republican campaign, heavily financed by corporate interests, successfully portrayed Bryan and the Populists as radicals.
The Presidency President George W. On the economic dimension, no longer opposed to all government programs, the party under Governor Bush proposed new policies to improve education, expand health care, and add funds and programs to Social Security and Medicare.
The Democratic candidates were Samuel J. It would be little solace if our membership grew while our health suffered and our natural resources were plundered. In the result of this system would probably be a clear Bush victory, despite his minority in the country. A third explanation, better supported by the opinion data, finds that Gore did not properly exploit the advantages offered by his administration's economic record.
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He and Bush were deadlocked in the polls. If you ignore the popular vote that indicated a photo finish, Mr. Moreover, the Grant administration was tainted by numerous scandals, which caused disaffection for the party among voters.
In spite, or perhaps because, of this, he managed to galvanize millions of his compatriots to disclaim the status quo, shove aside a quality alternative and follow the Republican flag bearer on a journey into an insular Utopia and national rediscovery he alone insisted exists.
Second, voters might not know whom to praise and reward for their economic fortunes, since both parties in their platforms claimed credit for the boom. Both parties split over their nominee and the issue of slavery.
Groups in each state nominated candidates for the presidency, resulting in a multiplicity of favorite-son candidacies. To some extent, Republicans had siphoned off Federalist support with nationalist programs like the Second Bank of the United States. But, pressured by southerners, Clay endorsed annexation, although concerned it might cause war with Mexico and disunion, and thereby lost support among antislavery Whigs.
Except in the states of Maine and Nebraska if a candidate receives the majority of the votes from the people of a state then the candidate will receive all electoral votes of that state. The commission accepted the Republican vote in each state. The most obvious change would be to abolish the electoral college altogether and to choose the president by direct popular vote.The electoral data from the site covers offices from the United States president down to local offices such as alderman and county coroner.
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