Who was the chief political analyst for CNN in 2000?

August 23, 2020 Off By idswater

Who was the chief political analyst for CNN in 2000?

CNN Chief Political Analyst Gloria Borger revisits the 2000 election in a CNN Special Report, “Bush v. Gore: The Endless Election,” Monday at 9 p.m. ET.

Who is most likely to have won the Florida recount?

Taken as a whole, the recount studies show Bush would have most likely won the Florida statewide hand recount of all undervotes. Undervotes are ballots that did not register a vote in the presidential race.

How many electoral votes did Rutherford B Hayes win?

The race was an ugly one between Republican Rutherford B. Hayes and Democrat Samuel Tilden, and when the votes were counted, Tilden won 184 electoral votes, exactly one vote shy of the majority needed at the time to win the presidency. Hayes only won 165, but 20 more electoral votes were still in dispute.

How many votes did the District of Columbia have?

Dash (?) indicates not on ballot. Percentages may not add up to 100% due to rounding and other candidates. 1. The District of Columbia has 3 votes. There was 1 abstention. 2. Write-in votes. Source: Federal Election Commission.

CNN Chief Political Analyst Gloria Borger revisits the 2000 election in a CNN Special Report, “Bush v. Gore: The Endless Election,” Monday at 9 p.m. ET.

What was the outcome of the Florida recount in 2000?

According to a massive months-long study commissioned by eight news organizations in 2001, George W. Bush probably still would have won even if the U.S. Supreme Court had allowed a limited statewide recount to go forward as ordered by Florida’s highest court.

The race was an ugly one between Republican Rutherford B. Hayes and Democrat Samuel Tilden, and when the votes were counted, Tilden won 184 electoral votes, exactly one vote shy of the majority needed at the time to win the presidency. Hayes only won 165, but 20 more electoral votes were still in dispute.

Dash (?) indicates not on ballot. Percentages may not add up to 100% due to rounding and other candidates. 1. The District of Columbia has 3 votes. There was 1 abstention. 2. Write-in votes. Source: Federal Election Commission.