A Concise History of Contested US Presidential Elections

Index 11/13/20

Libertarians Cost Trump His Reelection Battle

Why Ronald Reagan Won His Reelection Contest

Republicans Say Do Not Concede

Trump's Putin like Administration


Libertarians Cost Trump Reelection










Why Ronald Reagan Was Reelection



Republicans Say Do Not Concede

In 2000 Republicans said Gore Should Concede Florida,
the only state he needed to win the Electoral College.
Bush 2 won
election-night in Florida by 1,784 votes.

1960 election had a 0.17 percent winning margin though Kennedy easily won the Electoral College.
Winner of the popular vote is complicated by
ambiguous Alabama results.
Some Republican legislators and journalists, claimed voter fraud, especially in Texas, where Lyndon B. Johnson
was senator, and Illinois, home of Mayor 
Richard Daley's powerful Chicago political machine.
Some felt West Virginia votes were bought by Joe Kennedy.
Nixon, feeling Democracy was most important, would not allow Republicans to contest results.

Election latest. Attorney General William Barr authorized the DOJ
to open probes into potential irregularities,
while acknowledging there's
no conclusive evidence.
His elections crime chief Richard Pilger quit in response,
saying the move "abrogated the forty-year-old non-interference policy."
Joe conceded Biden's team
 threatened legal action 
if the White House doesn't declare him the winner. Bloomberg

Pennsylvania: 𝟰𝟱,𝟮𝟮𝟮 (+0.7%)  

Michigan: 𝟭𝟰𝟲,𝟭𝟮𝟯 (+2.7%)  

Wisconsin: 𝟮𝟬,𝟱𝟰𝟬 (+0.7%) 

Georgia: 𝟭𝟬,𝟲𝟮𝟬 (+0.2%)


Democracies Are About Conflict










 The contested 2000 Presidential Election was eventually settle with U.S. Supreme Court, in Bush v. Gore. They stopped the recount and settled in favor of Bush who led by 537 votes. The court vote followed party lines and the Green Party adversely affected Democratic Al Gore.









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