Copernicus Election Watch: The 2000 U.S. Presidential Election for
Educators and Students
Do you plan to vote in the next election?
The 2000 U.S. presidential election offers a terrific opportunity to examine America's election process and political history. Join us as we follow the selection and inauguration of the country's 43rd president. Here, you'll find everything you need for class -- breaking news, special activities, historical timelines, interactive polls, and our recommendations for the Web's best election-related sites and lesson plans.
Analyze the news from the campaign trail with special activities from USA TODAY
Walk in the footsteps of a potential president from declaration of candidacy to inauguration
Follow the development of America's political parties with our unique timeline
Meet the men who want to live in the White House: George W. Bush and Al Gore
Debate this year's biggest campaign issues and weigh each candidate's proposals
Discover why it is important to vote and how to cast your ballot at the polls
Jump back in time to the days when women and minorities weren't allowed to vote
Examine this popular method for gauging the viewpoints of Americans
Questions, comments, or suggestions? Your feedback is welcome.