Inauguration Day was Saturday, January 20, The repeal of the excise tax on whiskey was especially popular in the West.
It was then that a "surprise" was dropped that Bush had a DUI inover two decades ago. But due to Clinton's scandal and impeachment inGore sought to distance himself from the sitting President. The commission accepted the Republican vote in each state. Supreme Court ruled this strategy illegal, and the result was accepted by Gore, who indeed announced the Florida vote for Bush in his role as Vice President.
Bush defeats Democrat Vice President Al Gore, but the final outcome is not known for over a month because of disputed votes in Florida. In the House of Representatives had gone Democratic; political change was in the air. After six days of uncertainty, Federalists in the tied delegations of Vermont and Maryland abstained, electing Jefferson, but without giving him open Federalist support.
Only when Alexander Hamilton and others convinced him that it would be dishonorable to refuse did he agree to run. June 1 — Expothe world's fair in Hanover, Germanybegins without the attendance of the United States.
Bush became the early front-runner, acquiring unprecedented funding and a broad base of leadership support based on his governorship of Texas and the name recognition and connections of the Bush family.
May 28 — The comic strip Bringing Up Father ends its year run in newspapers. The Republican party captured 1, votes and in the electoral college, and the American party receivedpopular and 8 electoral votes.
The Secretary denied the extra time and rejected the partial numbers.
Breckinridge for vice president. He captured it easily, seeing off a challenge from Bill Bradleya former U. Several minor parties, including the Prohibition party and the Greenback party, also ran candidates.
The top of the line showing "Gore-Lieberman", however, overlapped with the ballot punch hole for the Reform Party ticket of " Pat Buchanan -Ezola Foster"; notwithstanding a clearly-marked arrow directing voters to the correct punch hole, Buchanan considered by many a notorious anti-Semite received an unusually high number of votes in the county.
But the victory proved to be a hollow one because Harrison died one month after his inauguration. Blaine resulted in a convention in which neither Blaine nor the Stalwart choice, former president Ulysses S. But in populous Dade County, the canvassing board finally decided not to do any manual recounting, considering the time provided by the Court to still be too little to recount its overvotes.
Electoral College Day was Monday, December Southern Whigs were suspicious of Scott, whom they saw as a tool of antislavery senator William H.
The physical assault by Congressman Preston S. Charles Pinckney The election was a landslide victory for the incumbent Thomas Jefferson and vice-presidential candidate George Clinton Republicans over the Federalist candidates, Charles C.
Networks initially projected Gore the winner in Florida, but later they declared that Bush had opened an insurmountable lead.
The United States presidential election of was a contest between Republican candidate George W. Bush, then-governor of Texas and son of former president George H.
W. Bush (–), and Democratic candidate Al Gore, then-Vice President. The History of Presidential Elections, Everything you ever wanted to know about each and every election from States carried, Popular Vote, Electoral Votes and the major issues.
There is even sections on conventions. The result of the vote on election day, November 7,was a virtual tie. It soon became evident that everything depended on the outcome in Florida, where the difference was tantalizingly close.
A recount of some ballots had begun when the United States Supreme Court intervened, forbade any further recount, and declared George W.
Bush the winner. washington: statistics of the presidential and congressional election of november 7, showing the highest vote for presidential electors, and the vote cast for each nominee for united states senator, representative, resident commis- sioner, and delegate to the one hundred seventh congress, together with a recapitulation thereof, including the electoral vote.
The United States presidential election of was the 54th quadrennial presidential election. It was held on Tuesday, November 7, Republican candidate George W. Bush, the Governor of Texas and the eldest son of the 41st President George H.
W. Bush, narrowly defeated Democratic nominee Al Gore, the incumbent vice president. Feb 05, · Inthe United States presidential election was one of the closest and most controversial presidential elections in history.
A month of recounts and court challenges followed, culminating in the Supreme Court case Bush v.A history of the election of 2000 in the united states