Democratic candidate Al Gore should have defeated republican candidate George W. Bush in the 2000 Presidential election, but failed because of a weak campaign. Al Gore's political experience and vast knowledge of America's economy should have given him a commanding lead in the election. Gore's campaign did not show his positive qualities to the public causing American voters to favor Bush during the election.
Gore is a consistent man, yet his campaign focused primarily on
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have such a drastic effect on the outcome of the election, Gore's win in the popular vote did not matter.
Al Gore should have won the 2000 Presidential election but did not leave a good lasting impression on the public as to the difference he can make in America. Gore's views should have been the key focus of his campaign since many American's share his same beliefs. The minor mistakes he made cost him the election.