US Presidential Election 2000
More than 105 million Americans cast their vote for president on Nov. 7, 2000; the closest presidential race in the popular vote since 1976 and the closest presidential race in the electoral vote since 1876. The 2000 election's voter turnout represents 9.5 million more votes than in the 1996 elections, almost a 10% increase in the number of voters, but only a slight increase from 49.0% in 1996 to 51.0% in 2000.
Turnout By States This chart illustrates the 2000 presidential voter turnout by state Votes Cast for Presidential Candidates A table showing votes cast for major presidential candidates in the US 2000 elections. 2000 Voter Registration By Party This is a link to a Ballot Access News listing voter registration by party in all states that record party registration. 2000 Congressional Results An analysis on the average margin of victory in congressional races.