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How was the re-count of the 2,000 Election in violation to the 14th Amendment according to Bush v. Gore?
- Scott HLv 61 decade agoFavorite Answer
Living in the past are we?
- Hit GirlLv 71 decade ago
Gore conceded. There were 5 recounts. The only thing I can think of to even get close to calling it a violation is that it was not a statewide recount.
- 1 decade ago
It was a violation of the Equal Protection Clause because they were recounting certain counties instead of the entire state.
- Anonymous1 decade ago
Five independent re-counts, five Bush victories.
It's over!Source(s): The real question is: Why did the liberal-biased media call Florida for Gore while the very conservative Panhandle counties were still voting? How many thousands of votes did that cost Bush?
- RyanLv 51 decade ago
It wasn't, Bush v Gore was a fraud that left one justice retiring in shame of the once respectable court.
- MarkLv 71 decade ago
Because in some counties a dimpled chad was a legally valid vote and in other counties it was not.
- tony tedeschiLv 61 decade ago
get over it and MOVE ON