ⓘ 2000 United States presidential election in Missouri

                                     

ⓘ 2000 United States presidential election in Missouri

As part of the 2000 United States presidential election the state of Missouri chose 11 electors to the Electoral College, who voted for president and vice president.

Missouri was a critical swing state. George Bush won the popular vote by a margin of just over 3% of his democratic Challenger, al Gore. President Bush more than doubled his 2000 election victory in 2004 for his subsequent Challenger, John Kerry. In the 2000 elections was seen as a turning point, the status of the leader of the Missouri, where the state was kept for the greater part of the 20th century.

Like Clinton, Gore was a southern Democrat from neighboring Missouri - Arkansas and Tennessee, respectively - and were perceived as lowest in the state.

As the presidential election of 2016, none of the presidential candidates from the Democratic party won Missouri, since 1996, in spite of al Gore as Vice President, and Hillary Clinton as first lady as important officials in the Clinton administration. Later, democratic candidates John Kerry and Barack Obama was not involved in the Clinton administration.

As the presidential election of 2016, this is the last time that saline County, new Madrid County, Pemiscot County Mississippi County, ray County, and clay County has voted for the presidential candidate of the Democratic party.