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Now Gore Disavows Tampering With Electors

Tuesday, 21 November 2000 12:00 AM

"Democracy is the winner tonight," Gore said.

At a news conference, Gore repeatedly used his stock phrases "the will of the people" and "democracy," although the United States is a constitutional republic, not a democracy.

Notably, Gore waited until after the court's action, which boosts his chances of taking over the White House, to disavow Democrat attempts to push Electoral College voters into switching their votes from George W. Bush to him.

"I completely disavow any effort to persuade electors to switch their support from their candidate to whom they are pledged. I will not accept the support of any elector pledged to Gov. Bush," the Democrat vice president said.

He again called on Bush to meet with him – and thus add legitimacy to the Democrat attempt to seize the presidency.

He refused to answer any questions.

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