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After the 2000 election, there?s no way Al Gore could have seen the path his life would take. For a while, after the Supreme Court tragically handed the White House to its current occupant, Gore was left with only the solace that he had, in fact, won the most popular votes.
Even Democrats were angry. We blamed him, alternately, for losing West Virginia and his home state of Tennessee, when either one?s electoral votes would have put him over the top regardless of Florida.
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