Nov 11, / . Live. . During the town-hall style presidential debate Vice President Al Gore and Texas Gov. George W. Bush were engaged in a back-and-forth over pending legislation in.
Bush v. Goreis a Supreme Court of the United States case that revolves around Florida’s recount of the presidential election ballots.
In this case, petitioner Bush won the 25 electoral votes in Florida - and thus the presidential election - by a narrow margin against respondent Gore. The narrow margin triggered an automatic recount of votes under Florida’s election laws. Aug 17, Bush in its litigation in Bush v. Gore, the landmark Supreme Court case that ultimately determined the outcome of the election by ending a legally mandated recount of votes in Florida, resulting in Bush being declared the winner of the state’s pivotal electoral college votes.
1 When the Florida court ruled, the totals for Bush and Gore were then less than 1, votes apart. One dissent pegged the number of uncounted votes in question atGore v. Harris, supra, __ So. 2d __, (slip op., at 66) (opinion of Harding, J.). Gore’s counsel represented to us that the relevant figure is approximately 60, Tr.
of. When the Florida court ruled, the totals for Bush and Gore were then less than 1, votes apart. One dissent pegged the number of uncounted votes in question atGore v. Harris, So. 2d (Harding, J., dissenting).
Gore's counsel represented to us that the. Sep 12, The latest Gallup poll suggests that Vice-President Al Gore is the clear front-runner for the Democratic nomination, while Texas Governor George W. Bush, son of the former president, holds a slight advantage in the contest for the Republican nomination. In the poll of Democrats, including those who"lean" to the party, Gore receives 49% of the. Bush (R) 52%, Gore (D) and transplanted northerners in the suburbs of Arlington and Fairfax Counties.
These counties finally got their own congressional district in the s, and it. Election Recount With Dan Keating Washington Post Analyst Tuesday, Nov. 13,; 11 a.m. EST. Following the Supreme Court decision that settled the presidential election in favor of.