This is an eclectic list of links to election-related Web sites and news stories; more will be added until a winner is determined (and possibly longer). Readers can send suggested links to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Only 400 people will be able to watch as the Florida Supreme Court Webcasts oral arguments at 11 a.m. PST Monday on the issue of hand-counted ballots in that state's presidential vote.
Story by CNN notes that "under New Mexico law, if the candidates end up tied, the winner could be determined by having the two men sit for a hand of poker--with the state going to the winner."
Humorous animation of a Florida ballot.
A column in The Washington Post that points out that Voter News Service, which supplied the exit-polling data to the national media, "never called Florida for Bush. Fox News was the first to declare Florida for the Republicans as vote counts supplied by VNS continued to show Bush with a substantial lead. Fox announced the call at 2:16 a.m. (Ironically, the decision to declare Bush the winner was made by John Ellis, who headed the call desk at Fox and happens to be Bush's cousin.)"
A detailed statistical analysis of "voting irregularities" in Palm Beach, Fla., by an assistant professor at Carnegie Mellon University. Includes comparisons with the 1996 election results.
Poll by USA Today, CNN and Gallup showing that 82 percent of those surveyed would accept Gore as the legitimate president, nearly equal with the 79 percent who said the same for Bush.
Story by the Los Angeles Times says Bush's lawsuit to stop a manual recount in Florida "may be tactically advantageous" because federal courts have more Republican appointees.
Column by Rod Dreher of the New York Post, who writes that "the fate of the world's only superpower depends on 3,000 elderly South Florida nitwits and their lawyers."
Yahoo's updated list of news stories from outlets around the country, including Associated Press, Reuters and several Florida newspapers.
Satirical story headlined: "Jesus returns, Beatles reunite, A-bomb destroys China, Israel and Palestine at peace, Microsoft takes over Internet, but all anybody wants to talk about is the stupid election."
The Poynter Institute, a school for journalists, evaluates election coverage by the media, including several Web sites.
State of Florida Web page describing the rules for a recount.
Story by the Sun-Sentinel in Florida about the ballot mix-up that may have sent Gore votes to Buchanan. Includes a graphic diagramming the source of the confusion.
Quiz for readers to test their recollection of some less-than-flattering utterances made by Dan Rather on election night.
CNN's timeline of Gore's concession to Bush and retraction.
Note from the managing editor of the San Francisco Chronicle explaining why an edition of the paper that declared "Bush Wins It" was retracted and replaced with "Neck and Neck."
Numerous newspapers for sale on eBay prematurely declaring Bush the winner.
An original CNN story reported that a ballot box was found in a Florida church. This story, "Ballot box found in Florida church did not contain votes" corrects CNN's earlier report.
Map showing complete electoral results, including state-by-state breakdowns. (Complete if you consider the uncertain results from Florida and Oregon.)
Photo of the Austin American-Statesman in Texas, the capital of Bush's home state, declaring the governor the winner.
Editorial on the Web site of The Washington Times that still declared Bush the winner Nov. 8.
USA Today story still posted on its Web site Nov. 13 declaring: "Bush's narrow win gives GOP rare opportunity."
Story by the Financial Times noting that voters should be patient while waiting for Florida's results because "the last time Florida's electoral votes were at the center of a disputed presidential election, the outcome was not decided until March of the following year." Of course, that was in 1876.
A "thank you" note on Bush's official Web site, stating: "We hope and believe we have elected the next president of the United States. The latest vote count in the state of Florida shows Governor Bush winning that state by more than 1,200 votes."
Note on Gore's official site with remarks by campaign chairman Bill Daley. "Contrary to claims being made this morning by the Bush campaign, this election is not over."
News satire site with a story headlined "'Hackers-for-Nader' deliver surprise victory."
Article on humor site The Onion stating: "In one of the narrowest presidential votes in U.S. history, either George W. Bush or Al Gore was elected the 43rd president of the United States Tuesday. 'My fellow Americans,' a triumphant Bush or Gore told throngs of jubilant, flag-waving supporters at his campaign headquarters."
Site allows visitors to distort photos of Bush and Gore.