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Presidential Results270 electoral votes needed to win
Gore (D)Bush (R)Nader (Green)Buchanan (Ref.)
Electoral Votes25524600
% Popular Votes484830
Updated 6:34 a.m. ESTComplete Presidential Results

The New Senate
Democrats49
Republicans50
Undeclared1
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The New House
Democrats209
Republicans219
Independents2
Undeclared5
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Fla. Presidential
Bush (R)49 %
Gore (D)49 %
100% precincts reporting
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Wis. Presidential
Declared WinnerGore (D)48 %
Bush (R)48 %
99% precincts reporting
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Presidential Outcome Uncertain

Gore chairman Bill Daley: "Our campaign continues." (AFP)
After Bush was initially projected to win the presidency, questions again arose over which candidate won Florida. Gore campaign chairman William Daley, right, said: "Our campaign continues." By Dan Balz
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