United States presidential election, 2004 - Conservapedia

United States presidential election, 2004 - Conservapedia

2004, George W. Bush (R) - 286 EV / 62,040,610 (50.7%) PV, John Kerry (D) - 251 EV / 59,028,444 (48.3%) PV

2004, George W. Bush (R) - 286 EV / 62,040,610 (50.7%) PV, John Kerry (D) - 251 EV / 59,028,444 (48.3%) PV

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Projected Electoral College map for the 2016 United States presidential election

Projected Electoral College map for the 2016 United States presidential election

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Presidential Elections,     1789–2016

Presidential Elections, 1789–2016

Napoleon Dynamite

Napoleon Dynamite

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This GIF tells the story of Red America vs Blue America

This GIF tells the story of Red America vs Blue America

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George W. Bush: Up to 49 Percent Favorability!

George W. Bush: Up to 49 Percent Favorability!

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Unprecedented: The 2000 Presidential Election is a 2002 47-minute documentary directed and co-written by Richard Ray Pérez and Joan Sekler,an d narrated by Peter Coyote, about the contested 2000 presidential election in Florida.  It was re-released in an extended 56-minute[2004 Campaign Edition presented by Danny Glover to tie in with the 2004 US presidential election.

Unprecedented: The 2000 Presidential Election is a 2002 47-minute documentary directed and co-written by Richard Ray Pérez and Joan Sekler,an d narrated by Peter Coyote, about the contested 2000 presidential election in Florida. It was re-released in an extended 56-minute[2004 Campaign Edition presented by Danny Glover to tie in with the 2004 US presidential election.

NEW MEXICO is no one's idea of the Heartland, and it's an outlier in being the most heavily Hispanic state in the US, but it has the best track record in siding with the winner of the popular vote in presidential elections. It's been on the losing side only once, when it narrowly supported Ford over Carter in 1976. As the chart shows, there have some nail-biters here. Gore's 366-vote win was the narrowest in state history, and Bush's 5,988-vote win in 2004 wasn't much more impressive.

NEW MEXICO is no one's idea of the Heartland, and it's an outlier in being the most heavily Hispanic state in the US, but it has the best track record in siding with the winner of the popular vote in presidential elections. It's been on the losing side only once, when it narrowly supported Ford over Carter in 1976. As the chart shows, there have some nail-biters here. Gore's 366-vote win was the narrowest in state history, and Bush's 5,988-vote win in 2004 wasn't much more impressive.

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