The 2004 presidential election was a relatively close one. Republican President George W. Bush won reelection with 286 electoral votes to Democratic challenger John Kerry’s 251. (No, that does not add up to 538. In a move that has never been fully explained, one “faithless elector” voted for Kerry’s running mate, Democratic Sen. John Edwards.)

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    Brutal.

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