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OpenStudy (anonymous):

Pennsylvania appears in blue on this map. This means that most people in the state voted for Al Gore the electoral votes in that state went to George Bush most people in the state voted for George Bush the electoral votes in that state went to Al Gore

3 years ago
OpenStudy (anonymous):

3 years ago
OpenStudy (anonymous):

@bvbarmy17

3 years ago
OpenStudy (anonymous):

A

3 years ago
OpenStudy (anonymous):

The U.S. Supreme Court reviewed the decision of the Florida Supreme Court because George Bush believed that Florida should redo the election instead of a recount in some counties Al Gore believed that ordering a new recount after declaring a winner was unconstitutional Al Gore believed that Florida should redo the election instead of a recount in some counties George Bush believed that ordering a new recount after declaring a winner was unconstitutional

3 years ago
OpenStudy (anonymous):

D

3 years ago
OpenStudy (anonymous):

In the 2000 Election, the State of Florida officials declared Al Gore the winner when the recount deadline passed decided that the recount should continue in all counties until complete decided that the recount procedures went against the U.S. Constitution declared George Bush the winner when the recount deadline passed

3 years ago
OpenStudy (anonymous):

D

3 years ago
OpenStudy (anonymous):

Together, these maps prove that Map 1: Map titled 'County Level Results, 2000' High concentration of Republican votes in the North West. Map 2: Map titled ‘Electoral Vote Counts by State, 2000.' States appear in a color and with a number on them as follows: Alabama – red, 9; Alaska – red, 3; Arizona- red, 8; Arkansas – red, 6; California – blue, 54; Colorado – red, 8; Connecticut – blue, 8; Delaware – blue, 3; Florida – red, 25; Georgia – red, 13; Hawaii – blue, 4; Idaho – red, 4; Illinois – blue, 22; Indiana – red, 12; Iowa – blue, 7; Kansas – red, 6; Kentucky –red, 8; Louisiana – red, 9; Maine – blue, 4; Maryland – blue, 10; Massachusetts – blue, 12; Michigan – blue, 18; Minnesota – blue, 10; Mississippi – red, 7; Missouri – red, 11; Montana – red, 3; Nebraska – red, 5; Nevada – red, 4; New Hampshire – red, 4; New Jersey – blue, 15; New Mexico – blue, 5; New York – blue, 33; North Carolina – red, 14; North Dakota – red, 3; Ohio – red, 21; Oklahoma – red, 8; Oregon – blue, 7; Pennsylvania – blue, 23; Rhode Island – blue, 4; South Carolina – red, 8; South Dakota – red, 3; Tennessee – red, 11; Texas – red, 32; Utah – red, 5; Vermont – blue, 3; Virginia – red, 13; Washington – blue, 11; West Virginia – red, 5; Wisconsin – blue, 11; Wyoming – red, 3 Public Domain county-level votes for a state have no relationship to the candidate whom the electors of the state select a state’s electoral votes go to the candidate who wins the popular vote in the majority of the state’s counties the winner of the popular vote in the state’s largest county will be selected as winner by the state electoral votes winning the electoral votes from one state does not mean that a candidate won all the popular votes from the state

3 years ago
OpenStudy (anonymous):

um too much sorry

3 years ago
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3 years ago
OpenStudy (anonymous):

@paramoreislifebro

3 years ago
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