1 When the Florida court ruled, the totals for Bush and Gore were then less than 1, votes apart. One dissent pegged the number of uncounted votes in question atGore v.
Harris, supra, __ So. 2d __, (slip op., at 66) (opinion of Harding, J.). Gore’s counsel represented to us that the relevant figure is approximately 60, Tr. of. Siegel v. LePore, No.WL31, 32, 43 (charts C and F) (CA11, Dec. 6). Put in other terms, for every 10, votes cast, punch-card systems result in more nonvotes than optical-scan systems.
A total of 3, votes were cast under punch-card systems, and 2, votes were cast under optical-scan systems. Aug 17, Bush v. Gore, legal case, decided on December 12,in which the Supreme Court of the United States reversed an order by the Florida Supreme Court for a selective manual recount of that state’s U.S.
presidential election ballots. The 5–4 per curiam (unsigned) decision effectively awarded Florida’s 25 Electoral College votes to Republican candidate George Bush v gore falls under which model of judicial behavior.
Bush, thereby ensuring his. The State Supreme Court noted that petitioner George W. Bush asserted that the net gain for Vice President Gore in Palm Beach County was votes, and directed the Circuit Court to resolve that dispute on remand. Gore v. Harris, So. 2d, n. 6.
View Notes - Bush v Gorepolitical shrubhauling.buzz from POLSCI at Texas A&M University, Corpus Christi. Bush v. Gore - Controversial Supreme Court decision -Was a. that petitioner George W.
Bush asserted that the net gain for Vice President Gore in Palm Beach County was votes, and directed the Circuit Court to resolve that dispute on remand. Gore v. Harris, So. 2d, n.
6. The court further held that relief would require manual recounts in all Florida counties where so-called.