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NEWSFLASH: Florida Looks A Sitter For Bush

George W. Bush looks likely to win the US Presidential election as vote counting in the State of Florida nears completion.

The following are results from those states that had not been declared by CNN as of 6pm NZT

BUSH WINNING IN

FLORIDA - 25 VOTES
88% reporting
Al Gore, Dem 2,383,009 - 47%
George W. Bush, GOP 2,521,902 - 50%

OREGON - 7 VOTES
63% reporting
Al Gore, Dem 347,801 - 46%
George W. Bush, GOP 363,337 - 48%


GORE WINNING IN

IOWA - 7 VOTES
75% reporting
Al Gore, Dem 508,690 - 49%
George W. Bush, GOP 492,629 - 48%

WASHINGTON - 11 VOTES
6% reporting
Al Gore, Dem 330,825 - 50%
George W. Bush, GOP 304,863 - 46%

WISCONSIN - 11 VOTES
63% reporting
Al Gore, Dem 859,165 - 48%
George W. Bush, GOP 837,119 - 47%


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