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Ohio March 7, 2000 Election
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Cuyahoga County Ballot

Combined ballot

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Statewide Results as of Apr 12 3:14pm

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Contests for all precincts in Cuyahoga County, OH combined are shown below.

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Democratic Party Preference; President of the United States

  • Al Gore, Democratic
    709,991 votes 73.6%
  • Bill Bradley, Democratic
    238,469 votes 24.7%
  • Lyndon Larouche, Democratic
    16,525 votes 1.7%

Republican Party Preference; President of the United States

  • George W. Bush, Republican
    798,132 votes 58%
  • John McCain, Republican
    508,564 votes 37%
  • Alan Keyes, Republican
    54,076 votes 3.9%
  • Steve Forbes, Republican (Withdrawn)
    8,975 votes .7%
  • Gary Bauer, Republican (Withdrawn)
    6,346 votes .5%


United States Senate


Judge; Supreme Court; 6 Year Term Starting 1/1/01

Judge; Supreme Court; 6 Year Term Starting 1/2/01

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