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United States elections, 2000

 

United States elections, 2000

On November 7, 2000, the United States had a general election.

Electoral map, 2000 election

President

Al Gore and was elected to a first term.

United States House of Representatives

Republicans lost two seats in the House, while Democrats gained 1 seat and 1 independent, Virgil Goode, was elected.

United States Senate

Senate Election Results Map, Republican holds in dark red, Republican pickups in light red, Democratic holds in dark blue, Democratic pickups in light blue

The 33 seats in the United States Senate Class 1 were up for election plus one special election. The Senate became split 50-50 until 2001 when Senator Jim Jeffords left the Republican Party and caucused with the Democrats.

Gubernatorial Election Results Map, Republican holds in dark red, Republican pickups in light red, Democratic holds in dark blue, Democratic pickups in light blue

Governors

Local elections

Mayoral elections

Some of the major American cities that held their mayoral elections in 2000 included:

Initiatives and Referenda

Vote for same-sex marriage ban by counties:
  90% – 100%
  80% – 90%
  70% – 80%
  60% – 70%
  50% – 60%

References

  1. ^ Perry, Tony (November 9, 2000). "San Diego Winner Puts Ethics Panel on Agenda". Los Angeles Times. Retrieved October 19, 2014. 

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