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Wednesday, November 3, 2004



George W. Bush Wins Re-Election

George W. Bush
George W. Bush
Credit: AP Photo
George W. Bush will serve another four-year term as President of the United States after winning Tuesday's election against Massachusetts senator, John Kerry. Bush, supporting a new government-based Space Initiative in January, had vowed to make human space exploration a priority in his second term.

The race fueled heated debates over the last months in the United States and elsewhere and led to the highest voter turnout in a generation. The election was also very close, finally decided by a single state's electoral votes, although the Republican, Bush commanded a 3.5 million lead in the popular vote. The scene was very much reminiscent of the hectic 2000 Presidential election, which Red Colony tracked. The election was finally awarded to George Bush this afternoon.


- posted by Alex @ 14:49 EST