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The state of Florida is too close to call," Gore said, citing new data showing that instead of 50,000 votes, Bush's lead had dwindled to 1,200 votes, or less than one 30th of one percent of the 5.
Q: Who say, for example, that Gore is not a credible advocate on health care, since there are more uninsured now than when Clinton and Gore took office .
In debate, Gore states that his opponent would "shred the social safety net" by destroying Medicaid.
Continued Gore, "I believe strongly in the separation of church and state.
The Gore Medical Products Division has provided creative therapeutic solutions to complex medical problems for more than 35 years.
The significant synergy between Gore and Amesil results in an immediate and impressive expanded product offering for our customers.
That would be the one where Gore discloses that he hasn't ruled out a run for the presidency in 2008.
Gore explained, will now have a page announcing that the diocese of Cariboo is no longer operating and then another, in its stead, listing the Parishes of the Central Interior.
I learned in Tapper's book that, in fact, Gore wanted to do just that four days after the election, but was talked out of it by Joe Lieberman and Ron Klain.
Thereafter, the consistently more lax standards in Broward County converted dimpled chads into 567 net Gore votes.
Gore also helped push the Counterterrorism and Effective Death Penalty Act of 1996.
As of Thursday, November 9, Vice President Gore held a lead of about 200,000 votes in the nationwide popular vote (the Vote of the people).