3 edition of The 2004 presidential election found in the catalog.
The 2004 presidential election
by National Archives and Records Administration, Office of the Federal Register] in [College Park, Md
Written in English
|Other titles||Two thousand four presidential election|
|Contributions||United States. Office of the Federal Register|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||12 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||12|
Get this from a library! The presidential election. [Cory Gideon Gunderson] -- Discusses the people and events of the controversial presidential election, the results of which were not decided until over one month after election day. The United States presidential election of was the United States 55th quadrennial presidential election. It was held on Tuesday, November 2, Republican Party candidate and incumbent President George W. Bush defeated Democratic Party candidate John Kerry, the then-junior U.S. Senator from Massachusetts. Foreign policy was the dominant.
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This book should have been titled "Election How Our Guy Kerry Blew It". The main characters are Kerry and his campaign, and the book tells of how they let the bad guys win. Most of the inside accounts are from the Kerry campaign. Understandably, it is likely that the authors had more access to that campaign vs.
the Bush campaign/5(19). If you are looking for a book that gives an honest straight forward account of the election, minus all the excuses,dismissal of cold hard facts and main stream media constantly giving George W Bush a free pass never questioning anything he does this is the book for you/5(16).
"Was the Presidential Election Stolen?" by Steven F Freeman & Joel Bleufuss. If you are looking for a book that gives an honest straight forward account of the election, minus all the excuses,dismissal of cold hard facts and main stream media constantly giving George W Bush a free pass never questioning anything he does this is the book for you/5(15).
Was the Presidential Election Stolen. analyzes the available data, and attempts to answer the question of whether America's sitting president was inaugurated after winning, or losing the presidential race. Inspire a love of reading with Prime Book Box for Kids Discover delightful children's books with Prime Book Box, a subscription Cited by: Get this from a library.
Guide to the presidential election. [Michael L Goldstein] -- Intended as a text for use in political science classes, this book at once explores the development of presidential electoral politics in the United States and, to a lesser extent, examines the.
By mid, with the United States facing a violent insurgency in Iraq and considerable foreign opposition to the war there, The 2004 presidential election book country appeared as sharply divided as it had been four years earlier. To challenge President Bush, the Democrats nominated Senator John F.
Kerry of Massachusetts. Rep. John Conyers, (D - Michigan, the ranking minority chair of the House Judiciary Committee, led eleven Democratic Congressman (Republicans boycotted this investigation) and their staffers into the swamp that was the Presidential election in Ohio/5(20).
About Was the Presidential Election Stolen?. On the afternoon of election daythe world was abuzz with the news: exit polls indicated that John Kerry would decisively win the election and become the next president of the United States.
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One paper (and a follow-up book) concluded that discrepancies in the exit polls were evidence that the election results were off, though others alleged this paper was unscientific.   Following the election, researchers looked at ways in which polling methodologies might be flawed  and explored ways to improve polling in the future.
Divided states of America: the slash and burn politics of the presidential election User Review - Not Available - Book Verdict When students, historians and politics junkies look back on the election, this fact-filled volume will make a reliable source.4/5(1).
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