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2000 Elections In The United States Essay Examples

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A Comparison of the 1912 and 2000 United States Presidential Elections
Woodrow Wilson and William Howard Taft in nineteen-twelve were counterparts to Al Gore and George W. Bush in two thousand. There were others running for presidency as well, just as there are today, but for the purpose of this paper, we shall compare and contrast only these four. First, let us look at the issues of ninete...
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Election 2000: What Went Wrong and What's Being Done About It
Election 2000: What Went Wrong and What's Being Done About it The United States is the backbone of the technology age. We are responsible for the first use of weapons of mass destruction. We are the worlds greatest economic powerhouse. All this, and yet we were counting presidential ballots by hand. Bush was sure he had w...
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An Overview of the 2000 US Presidential Elections
Election 2000 overview Presidential election cycles are always three-ring circuses, and the 2000 election has become one of the biggest circuses ever. With a two-term president unable to seek re-election, the House of Representatives clearly up for grabs, and Democrats counting on major Senate gains -- even hoping to win c...
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Voters Turnout Declining in Recent Years
Voter Turnout in Federal Elections In the past half of the twentieth century, researchers observed a decline in the voter turnout in federal elections. It has also been observed that the voter turnout has been higher in presidential elections than in midterm elections. The main factors of the declines are the citizens' nega...
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The Elections in the USA in 2000: Geography as the Key of Clinton's Success
Michelle Tilly Political Science 101 Thursday December 6, 2001 The Election of 2000 Bill Clinton, as a president was a major paradox in and of himself. People loved him, yet they hated him. Americans, as a whole loved the prosperity, and capitalist growth that was brought by Clintons years in the Oval Offi...
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The Case of the State of Florida and the 2000 Elections
The election of 2000 is one that we will all remember, not because the candidates but because of the state of Florida. The chaos of the 2000 election in Florida has shown that our electoral system is in definite need of immediate reform. Not necessarily our voting system but more the means that we cast our votes. Some of th...
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A Report on the 2000 Election Campaign in United States
Campaign 2000 Report Albert (AL) Gore Jr. The life of Al Gore on his way to the presidential candidate was a long and fulfilling path leading from his beginnings as a young man working on his families farm in Tennessee to his strong leadership as a congressman and Vice Presidency to Bill Clinton. The man that many people...
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The Year 2000 Bug: Fiction, Fantasy and Fact
Year 2000 Fiction, Fantasy, and Fact "The Mad Scramble for the Elusive Silver Bullet . . . and the Clock Ticks Away." Wayne Anderson November 7, 1996 The year 2000 is practically around the corner, promising a new era of greatness and wonder . . . as long as you don't own a computer or work with one. The...
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America's Government after 1998 Election
type: Term Paperbody:The biannual Congressional elections offer a number of insights into the principles and practices that guide our democratic system. They are a major barometer of the attitude that the American people have toward the government. The level of confidence that people have in the system and the stance that t...
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The 2000 Presidential Election in the United States
The 2000 Presidential election has brought much attention to itself. While a slew of lawyers try to cheat their respective political figurehead into the White House, the topics discussed during the debates have been put aside. Affirmative action and education touch upon a delicate subject, which hinders the fundamental prog...
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An Overview of the Presidential Elections of 2000 in the United States
A lot is at stake come November of 2000. Polls are showing this could be one of the closest presidential elections in decades and the last thing either candidate needs is bad Press. Vice president Al Gore could be getting the type of attention he fears most. The Press is now publishing e-mail frauds that could link the...
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The Many Factors That Played Part in the Victory of Politicians in the US Elections of 2000
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Second Take Home Essay #1
Early last year, shortly after the 2000 elections, the Distinguished Gentlemen, Lloyd Doggett announced that he would not seek reelection for his House seat in 2002. This revelation came as quite a shock to Doggett supporters, but it was a pleasant surprise to a we...
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An Analysis of the U.S Presidential Elections of 2000
The Presidential Election Of 2000
The Presidential election of 2000 was one of the most controversial and divisive political events in recent history, perfectly illustrating the schism between the two political parties and the almost uncannily equality of these groups. However, this election also showed the nation that alth...
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The Debate During the United States Election in 2000
The United States election in 2000 raised a debate between democrat and republican and in the end the American people chose a new leader Mr. George w. Bush. President Bush clearly defined foreign policy objectives and goals. I have seen and hear our dear President Bush foreign policy after September 11. Following this, Bush...
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An Overview of the Candidates for the Presidential Election During the Year 2000
When examining the candidates for the 2000 Presidential election, it becomes very clear that the only logical choice for President is Al Gore. Gore has many plans for his presidency that will greatly improve the way our country works and runs. First of all, Gore wishes to reform the way in which elections are run, and attem...
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An Introduction to a Comparison of the Two Main Candidates for the Election of 2000: George W. Bush and Al Gore
The two main candidates for the election of 2000 are George W. Bush and Al Gore. Al Gore, of course, being the current Vice President. I have never been into the whole politics game. But, know that I am 18 years old I feel I should start paying more attention to political issues. I don't know if I am going to vote this year...
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A Debate Over Internet Voting in the 2000 Elections in the United States
Inquiry Paper on Campaign 2000: Internet Voting Voting is defined as expressing the will or a preference in a matter by ballot, voice, etc (Grolier 1). Voting on the Internet has become a major issue in the past couple years. Their are many different groups who have very diverse opinions on the role the Internet sh...
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The Changing United States and Search for a Leader in the 1972 Presidential Elections
The 1972 Presidential Election: The Changing United States and its Search for a Leader The election of 1972 was one of the largest landslide victories by a presidential candidate in United States history. President Nixon was reelected to the presidency by beating Senator George McGovern of South Dakota in an impressive vi...
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The Revolutionary American Elections of 1800 and 1828
George Washington, the New Nations first president, wanted unification in his country. Unfortunately, as we have seen, it does not turn out to be the way he wants. There were many causes for this separation but two elections, the Election of 1800 and the Election of 1828, stand out and help this separation and put forth in...
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How the Young Generation Helped Bill Clinton Win His Elections
Shane Smith Politics Speech1 How the young generation, helped Bill Clinton win his elections Quotes: He answers his questions very honest, cocky, and sometimes almost resembles a classic American rock star. "You know the one thing that is wrong with this country? Everyone gets a chance to have there fair say...
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An Essay on Being Elected as Vice President of High School
As my junior year approached its end, the beginning of the elections for student body president and vice president was announced. Mike, one of my good friends, sarcastically said that we should run and I agreed. Shortly after that, a few fellow students nominated us for the roles and the war began.
The very next morning whe...
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The Factors Influencing the Outcome of an Election
If politics is the application of influence and authority then an election is the application of that influence to win the vote of the citizens. Many things from finances to current civic topics and from political background to political denomination determine the outcome and/or circumstances of elections, but the most infl...
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An Analysis of the '99 Presidential Elections in the United States
'96 Elections The presidential elections are here. The elections only take place every four years and now it is time again to vote for the man whom we trust to be our leader for another four years. There many things involved in the elections. Campaigning and debating are two things used to help get the people to be...
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An Introduction to the Party Platforms and Policy Areas for the 2000 Elections in the United States
Party Platforms/Policy Areas With the voting date for the 2000 elections approaching, Americans are being bombarded with the policy platforms of the candidates. The two front runners and their lesser known rivals use every medium available to spread their ideas on major issues. It is because of their use of the media t...
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An Analysis of Members Election Platforms in Canada's Year 2000 Elections
The year 2000 Canadian elections. This paper is an argument on all sides of each members party platform. I will argue out each platform, and finally come to an educated decision. To for warn you, I am a card-carrying member of the Progressive Conservative Party. So it will be a hard argument to change the end result. My...
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