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Al Gore lost the 2000 presidential election to Republican George W Bush.
The bookies failed to specify which Al Gore was meant, and the former US Vice President and global-warming activist was rated 14-1 outsider in a list of US celebrities likely to be arrested.
The well-worn joke used to be that in a room full of secret service agents, Al Gore was the stiff one.
Al Gore and Davis Guggenheim share the glory for "An Inconvenient Truth's" win as best documentary.
This is not to say that Al Gore, for example, is wrong in his global-warming embellishing simply because he has been hired by the British government specifically to embellish global warming.
So keep your eyes peeled for An Even More Inconvenient Truth, The Tipper Point, and Mission Impossible IV: Making Al Gore Fun to Watch.
And though it may be easier for many Americans to grasp the perils of global warming than to imagine Al Gore presenting a fascinating 90-minute slide show on the dangers of climate change, Guggenheim's documentary and the surprisingly engaging and soulful Gore are by turns educational, entertaining, and riveting.
That is how candidate Al Gore who won the popular vote by a margin of about 500,000 ballots, failed to win enough electoral votes.
Hildebrand made his name as a master of the ground operation when he ran Iowa for Al Gore in 2000.
If, on the strength of our writing, some readers of The Progressive voted for Ralph Nader instead of Al Gore, well, Gore has no one to blame but himself.
Supporters of Al Gore say the election conflict could have been avoided if Ralph Nader, candidate of the Green Party, had stepped aside and not drained votes from Gore.
Republican National Committee Chairman Jim Nicholson bounded to the microphone and unleashed a blistering attack on Democratic presidential candidate Al Gore.