& Recent Conflicts
S. Presidential Election 2000
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one-stop resource for research into the Presidential election in
2000. Al Gore and George W. Bush the candidates for the Democratic
and Republican parties. However, the Democrats and Republicans are
not the only parties running, with Ralph Nader of the Green Party and
Patrick Buchanan of the Reform Party also in the race. Scroll down
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Caucasus and Conventions
Caucuses and Party Conventions
Hampshire's First in the Nation Presidential
Primary - Fascinating look at the
origins and implications of New Hampshire's unique role in picking
our presidents. Written by Hugh Gregg; part of New Hampshire's
Primaries Primer - briefing on
changes in primaries and caucuses, and party selection processes.
From Time Magazine.
Papers: Election 2000 - get facts and
figures about delegate selection, conventions, caucuses, and
Note: Some of
the links for defeated candidates are no longer
2000 - Official campaign
Gore for President 2000 -
Unofficial site from supporters for candidate Gore.
Friends of Al Gore - Unofficial
site. Political action committee started by and for people with
For Al Gore 2000 -Unofficial
Bradley for President - Official site
of the Democratic candidate for President, 2000. Bradley ended his
campaign in March, 2000.
Bradley Network - Unofficial site
which includes news and a discussion list.
for Bill Bradley - Unofficial site
which engages in a grassroots effort to gather support.
Hamm - Write-in Democratic candidate
Harder - Candidate for the Democratic
Paul Wellstone - Wellstone toyed with
the idea of running but chose not to. For quite a while a website
touted him as a possible candidate but the site is now apparently
inactive. Senator's Wellstone publicly announcement hat he would not
seek the Democratic nomination in 2000. Wellstone is a Senator from
Minnesota who decided against running a campaign due to health
Note: Some of
the links for defeated candidates are no longer
Alexander--Official website of the
former Governor of Tennessee. This site is apparently no longer
active. Alexander dropped out of the race.
Baur-- Official website. This site is
apparently no longer active. Baur dropped out of the race following
the New Hampshire Primary.
Berry--Official website. Berry is a
self-professed "non-politician" from Oregon.
W. Bush For President - Official
website for the Governor of Texas and apparent Party
Dole for President Exploratory Committee
- Official committee site. Dole dropped out of the race after the
Elizabeth Dole Campaign Headquarters
- Unofficial site. Grass roots movement designed to encourage Mrs.
Dole to seek the presidency.
Dole for President - Unofficial
Dole for President site.
Coalition of Students for Elizabeth Dole
- Unofficial site promoting the candidacy of Elizabeth Dole for
President on college campuses.
Dornan - Republican draft candidate
for President, 2000. Dornan is not a candidate at this time, though
this site is working on a "draft Dornan" Campaign.
Forbes --Official website. Forbes
dropped out of the race on February 10, 2000.
Gawthrop - Seeking the Republican
nomination for President, 2000. Wants to be the first First
Generation X'er elected President.
Hatch--Official Senate website. Hatch
dropped out of the race after the Iowa Caucuses.
2000 - Official website.
2000 - Unofficial website for the
candidate for the Republican nomination for President, 2000.
Keyes: Keyes 2000 - Official website
of the authorized exploratory committee.
2000 - North Dakota - unofficial
site supporting the candidacy of Alan Keyes, Republican, for
McCain For President--Official
website. McCain dropped out of the race following the March 7 Super
Tuesday primaries and caucases.
Your Country - petition drive for
campaign finance reform and the elimination of soft money
contributions. A project of the John McCain 2000 Presidential
Smith for President -Official website
for the Senator from New Hampshire.
2000 candidates: Dan Quayle -
Unofficial website seeking to educate the public to make the right
2000 - Official website. Buchanon
switched from the Republican Party to the Reform Party, where he is
seeking the nomination.
Cause Internet Headquarters--
Pro-Buchanan site with many of his speeches.
Buchanan for President in 2000 Link --Unofficial
A. Lacasse--Official website for the
Reform Party Candidate for President of the United States.
Ralph Nader - official
Committee to Draft Ralph Nader for President
--Nader is considering a run for President for a second time as a
Green. The following is from the Draft Nader website.
"In 1996 Ralph Nader
allowed the Green Party to place his name on the ballot in
California, where the Greens had earlier secured the right to a
ballot line. Eventually volunteers were able to place Nader's name on
the ballot in 20 other states. Nader did not raise money or campaign
in a traditional manner. Nevertheless, he received just under 700,000
votes, or 1.64% of the vote in those states where he was on the
ballot. Nader also received write in votes in 15
Nader on the Issues - from
Browne--Official Web site seeking the
Libertarian nomination for President, 2000.
2000: Total Raised - find out how
much candidates have raised, how much they've spent, and how much
cash they have on hand. Also learn about the source
of funds, who the contributors
are, and what industries
give the most. From the Center for Responsive Politics.
Election Commission - get
information about candidates, parties
and PACs; also information about contributions
and the law.
Money Chase: Running After Campaign Dollars -
includes information on federal funding, and parties and advocacy
groups. Also a primer on campaign finance that looks at hard money,
soft money, and PACs. From Policy.com.
Campaign Finance Terms - from Common
Cause Money Trail - following the
influence of the money culture that pervades Washington.
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