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Democratic: Al Gore (Vice President, former Senator of Tennessee) as President and Joe Liebermann (Senator of Connecticut) as Vice President

Republican: George W. Bush (Governor of Texas) as President and Richard "Dick" Cheney (Senator of Wyoming) as Vice President

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Republican: Governor George W. Bush with former Secretary of Defense Dick B. Cheney

Democratic: Vice President Al A. Gore with Senator Joe I. Lieberman

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Incumbent President George W. Bush won reelection in the 2004 presidential election defeating John Kerry. In the 2004 presidential election George W. Bush received 286 electoral votes and John Kerry received 251 electoral votes. The popular vote totals were Bush 60,693,281 and Kerry 57,355,978.

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2004 Presidential CandidatesThe candidates for the Presidential election of 2004 were; John Kerry - John Edwards (Democratic), George W. Bush - Dick Cheney (Republican), Ralph Nader - Peter Camejo (Independent/Reform), Michael Badnarik - Richard Campagna (Libertarian), Michael Peroutka - Chuck Baldwin (Constitution), and David Cobb - Pat LaMarche (Green). George W. Bush won, and was reelected to a second term. President Bush was in office from January 20, 2001 to January 20, 2009.
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The two major party presidential candidates were George W. Bush (Republican) and Al Gore (Democrat). Mr. Bush won the election by a slim margin.

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Republican: President George W. Bush with Vice President Dick B. Cheney

Democratic: Senator John F. Kerry with Senator John R. Edwards

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Incumbent President George W. Bush won reelection in the 2004 presidential election defeating John Kerry.

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