Bush vs Gore

Bush vs Gore
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  • The Supreme Court ruled in Mr. Bush's favor. The recount was stopped and he became president
  • Decision
  • Yay! I'm the new president!!
  • The significance of the Bush v. Gore case was that
  • Significance
  • Did the Florida Supreme Court violate bush's due process and equal protection rights by having a recount?
  • Question before the court
  • ???
  • Constitutional Application
  • Mr. Bush believed that the recount violated his 14th amendment, his due process, and his equal protection rights
  • This violates my 14th amendment!!
  • Arguments for the petitioner
  • The petitioner is Mr. Bush. He argued that the recount should be stopped, since the votes were counted and he had won.
  • The votes were counted and I won, there is no reason to count again
  • The respondent is Mr. Gore. He argues that the votes were very close, and they weren't counted correctly. He believes that there should be a recount.
  • Arguments for the respondent
  • The votes were so close, it must have been counted wrong. There must be a recount
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