Unless Bush wins Oregon and New Mexico, then he'd have the majority (and
assuming that recounts in other states don't flip things even more.)
Frankly I find all this hubbub to be typical Democrat snotty spoil sport
arrogance (and I'm wondering how many Daley's live in Palm Beach county...) Bore
lost, Shrub won, give it up, move on...
John Clark wrote:
> The constitution says that the new president will be the man who receives a majority
> of electors OFFICIALLY APPOINTED by December 18. There are 538 electoral votes in
> total and Gore doesn't have a majority of them, but not counting Florida's 25 electoral
> votes there are only 513 and Gore does have a majority of those. All Gore has to do is
> drag things out with lawsuits in the courts until December 18 and then nobody would get
> Florida's 25 vote and Gore would be president.
> John K Clark firstname.lastname@example.org
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