2000 PRESIDENTIAL POPULAR VOTE SUMMARY
FOR ALL CANDIDATES LISTED ON AT LEAST ONE STATE BALLOT
(Updated 12/2001)

Candidate (Party Label)

Popular Vote Total

Percent of Popular Vote

     
Al Gore (Democrat)

50,999,897

48.38

George W. Bush (Republican)

50,456,002

47.87

Ralph Nader (Green)

2,882,955

2.74

Patrick J. Buchanan (Reform/Independent)

448,895

.42

Harry Browne (Libertarian)

384,431

.36

Howard Phillips (Constitution)

98,020

.09

John S. Hagelin (Natural Law/Reform/Independent)

83,714

.08

Write-In (Miscellaneous)

20,767*

.02

James E. Harris, Jr. (Socialist Workers)

7,378

.01

L. Neil Smith (Libertarian)

5,775

.00

David McReynolds (Socialist)

5,602

.00

Monica Moorehead (Workers World)

4,795

.00

None of These Candidates (Nevada)

3,315

.00

Cathy Gordon Brown (Independent) 1,606

.00

Denny Lane (Vermont Grassroots) 1,044

.00

Randall Venson (Independent)

535

.00

Earl F. Dodge (Prohibition)

208

.00

Louie G. Youngkeit (Independent)

161

.00

Total:

105,405,100*

 

Voting Age Population (Census Bureau Population Survey for November 2000): 205,815,000

Percentage of Voting Age Population casting a vote for President: 51.21%

Notes:
Party designations vary from one state to another. Vote totals for the candidates listed above include any write-in votes they received.
* Totals do not include the 138,216 miscellaneous write-in, blank and void votes that were compiled as one total in New York.

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