People went to bed one night thinking that Gore had won, but when they woke up they found out that bush had won with Florida’s twenty-five electoral votes. It happened on November 7, 2000. Bush charged that the recounts in Florida broke the rules of the Equal Protection Clause of the Fourteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution. A 7-2 majority ruled that the Florida recount was being conducted unconstitutionally. The case was covered in controversy as the Majority versus minority opinion on the redress was split along the lines of the more reactionary justices voting in favor of Bush and the more liberal justices voting in favor of Gore. The minority disunity noted these issues and other including the principle of equality and the conflicting laws which could be interpreted as counterbalancing the December 12 deadline.
Bush vs. Gore crisis wasn’t the courts first raid into the principality of emperor making. It was 4:00 P.M. when Bill Schneider said, “It’s going to be a very close call.” It was 48 to 48 on the national popular vote. On December 2000 the Florida Supreme Court that 9,000 ballots from City of Palm Beach were to be recounted. The recount continued but a few days later they decided to stop the recounting because the Supreme Court sent the case back down to the Florida Supreme Court because it would tamper with the 14th Amendment. The argument in Bush v. Gore occurred on December 11. Theodore Olson delivered Bush's ejaculatory argument and New York lawyer David Boies argued for Gore.
During the brief period when the U.S. Supreme Court was contemplating on Bush v. Gore, the Florida Supreme Court provided clarifications that the U.S. Supreme Court had requested on December 4 in the case of Bush v. Palm Beach County Canvassing Board. Because of the unprecedented nature and arguing urgency of the case, the U.S. Supreme Court issued its assessment in Bush vs. Gore on December 12, a day after hearing oral argument.
The 2000 election was highly contentious. Bush ran against Bill Clinton's vice president, Al Gore. The popular vote was won by Gore-Lieberman by 543,816 votes. However, the electoral vote was won...