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Presidential Election of 2000 (Grade 10)

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Presidential Election of 2000

1. 
Who were the two major-party candidates of the disputed election of 2000?



2. 
Which candidate won the popular vote?



3. 
How is it possible that Al Gore, the candidate for whom most Americans voted, did not become the president?



4. 
On election night, it was not clear which candidate had won in the state of                     , so that state's electoral votes were undecided.
5. 
Explain how the Electoral College works.



6. 
Why was it important that Florida was undecided in who won its electoral votes?



7. 
After the first vote tally, the returns showed Bush had won Florida by such a close margin that state law required a                     .
8. 
Why did it take a month to complete the recount?



9. 
Who finally stopped the Florida recount?



10. 
Once the vote counting ended, what was the result?



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