Campaign 2000 (Finally) Ends--December 13, 2000
From Network Television
"I say to President-elect Bush that what remains of partisan rancor must now be put aside, and may God bless his stewardship of this country." >
Vice President Al Gore
"After a difficult election, we must put politics behind us and work together to make the promise of America available for every one of
our citizens." >
  George W. Bush

Dec. 13, 2000--The morning after the Supreme Court decision, a few resilient protesters showed up.  The Slentz family from Aberdeen, Maryland, brought their son Miles, age 4.  An unidentified woman, above, also had strong views.


At The Supreme Court--December 11, 2000
Bush campaign chairman Don Evans. Bush campaign top strategist Karl Rove.
Rev. Jesse Jackson has been in the thick of post-election protests. Bill Hennessy (bearded, at right) did sketches of the scene inside the court.

On Nov. 26, 2000 Florida Gov. Jeb Bush and Secretary of State Katherine Harris signed the certificate of ascertainment:

"AND, THEREFORE, the twenty-five Republican Nominees for the office of Presidential Elector, having received the most votes, are hereby elected Presidential Electors for the State of Florida under authority of the laws of the State of Florida."

Nov. 25, 2000--Demonstrators outside the Vice President's residence at the Naval Observatory in Washington, DC.  On this day the pro-Bush forces greatly outnumbered those backing Gore.

Nov. 2000--Recounting in Broward County (Fort Lauderdale) took place in the Emergency Operations Center in Plantation.  Democratic volunteer floor manager Mark Glaze, a New York City attorney, stopped for a picture. 

Palm Beach County's butterfly ballot.