by Keith Stanley
The first group of photos on this page were taken on December 11, 2000, in the vicinity of the U.S. Supreme Court as it heard arguments in the case of Bush v. Gore, concerning whether the Florida Supreme Court had overstepped its bounds in ordering manual recounts of votes cast in that state in the November 7 presidential election. The second group of photos were taken on Inauguration Day, January 20, 2001, when George W. Bush was inaugurated as the 43rd president of the United States. Owing to the closeness of the election and uncertainties in the vote count, some people protested in Washington, DC.
Supreme Court Protest (December 11, 2000):
|Supreme Court protest||From Monica to Chads|
|Supreme Court protest||Crowd against the barricades|
|Faces in the crowd||Senior citizens speak|
|About to go on the air||Bushmobile|
|Supreme Court, protest crowd||The donkey|
|Fox network news crew||Behind the scenes|
|Protesters at Dupont Circle||Protesters at Dupont Circle|
|Signs of protest||Protesters|
|Protesters at the Circle||Local 1033|
|Marchers on P Street||Marchers on P Street at 17th|
|Marchers||Supreme Court decision making|
For a broader view of Washington, DC, see my Washington, DC, Homepage.
For pictures of another protest, see IMF Protest Demonstration at Dupont Circle.
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