Bush wasn’t re-elected in 2004 (which means Obama maybe won’t be either—even if he has majority support)

To believe that Bush won in 2004 you must also believe that…
by Richard Charnin

Do you believe the Final 2004 National Exit Poll? If so, you must also believe that there were 6 million more returning Bush 2000 voters than were still living in 2004.

Based on the Final National Exit Poll vote shares, in order for Bush to win by his 3.0 million recorded vote margin, he needed a 90% turnout of living Bush 2000 voters and just 62% of returning Gore voters. If you believe that, there is a great Chinese restaurant in lower Manhattan near a famous old bridge that’s for sale.

Assuming 90% Bush 2000 voter turnout, Kerry needed just 71% Gore turnout to win by 360,000 votes. Consider the following 36 myths and anomalies about the 2004 election.

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1 thought on “Bush wasn’t re-elected in 2004 (which means Obama maybe won’t be either—even if he has majority support)”

  1. George Washington University Constitutional Law Professor,Jonathan Turley, wisely noted, “Anyone who believes there are two parties in Washington DC is a fool.”

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