2000 - Election Day: Bush Vs. Gore Battleground Map Too Close To Call

ABC News' "The Final Sprint" features "World News Tonight" reporting from Nov. 7, 2000 as George Stephanopoulos breaks down a battleground map that's too close to call in the showdown between George W. Bush and Al Gore on Election Day.
0:39 | 11/08/16

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Transcript for 2000 - Election Day: Bush Vs. Gore Battleground Map Too Close To Call
When to be lassie and election this close 1976 said. Me six in the Electoral College in 1960 only a 1121000 votes in the 1960 campaign but this is the closest one there's. And we have sort of tumbled these numbers is anyway almost as the campaigns. Based on the final polls the electoral vote could be very close even tied. It's 2169016. And there's about forty different ways to get to 26 in 1969. I don't plan on my calculator all day and you can come up with a lot of different combinations it has court to 71. Bush to set me to. Please to not crash the system to her promise not elect George Stephanopoulos will be with us throughout the evening.

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