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The outcome of the 2000 presidential election was decided by a A. majority of the popular vote. B. decision of the Supreme Court. C. majority vote of the electoral college. D. careful recount
of the Florida votes.
The outcome of the 2000 presidential election was decided by a B. decision of the Supreme Court.
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User: The outcome of the 2000 presidential election was decided by a A. majority of the popular vote. B. decision of the Supreme Court. C. majority vote of the electoral college. D. careful recount of the Florida votes.

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The outcome of the 2000 presidential election was decided by a B. decision of the Supreme Court.
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