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Me so political!

"A Washington Post analysis of 11 swing states found no less than 33 different combinations that would result in a 269-269 Electoral College tie.

Under the 12th amendment to the US constitution, in case of a tie, the House of Representatives chooses the president. Because Republicans will probably control the House, President Bush would be likely to win.

But the Senate chooses the vice-president, making it theoretically possible that Mr Bush could be saddled with John Edwards as his second-in-command."

- BBC News - Q&A: What if there is no clear winner?

Ha! Vive la cohabitation, suckahs!

srah - Tuesday, 2 November 2004 - 1:11 PM
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