In what way was the president election of 2000 the most controversial results in the American history?
The candidates got results that had very narrow margins such that it was difficult to determine the winner out rightly. Gore had more of the popular votes than Bush while Bush had more of the Electoral votes than Gore.
Who were the Republican and Democratic nominees for the President of the United States in November 2000?
The Republican candidate was George W. Bush while the democratic candidate was Albert Gore.
Albert Gore Chose Joseph Lieberman while G. W. Bush chose Richard B. Cheney
What was the final electoral vote outcome for each candidate?
G.W. Bush electoral vote 271(50.4%),
Gore electoral vote 266(49%)
What was the final popular vote for each candidate?
G.W. Bush popular voter 50,462, 412 (47.87%)
Gore popular vote 51, 009, 810(48%) (“2000 Presidential General Election Results,” 2000)
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