Information About Vice President Al Gore
served as the forty fifth Vice President of the United States from
1993 to 2001. He ran for President in 2000 and won the
national popular vote but was defeated by the Republican
candidate George W. Bush in a close election whose outcome remained uncertain for over a month pending legal arguments
over vote-counting procedures in Florida.
home mailing address, phone number, or email, we have a list
of offices and residences where you may contact them. Please
use this page for contact information rather than emailing the
House of Representatives, Senate, and as Vice President,
Al Gore demonstrated great leadership and willingness to get
things done for the America people. On this page we have a
compilation of accomplishments from throughout his entire
career in public service.
Vice President and as a Congressman is second to none. To
get a grasp of how much he actually did while in office, please check out our new detailed list of accomplishments.
• Al Gore Chronology From the time he was born until present day, Al Gore has been many people's hope for the future. Please take time to read our chronology of Al Gore's life and find out the real story of the man who would be President. It will be worth it!
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