On 13. December, the electors in the USA will vote
In Ohio, a new payout is rejected on the grounds that the first payout wasn’t even done yet. Burger rights activists such as Jesse Jackson are over the moon, because "Ohio determines the outcome of the presidential election, but the state hasn’t even finished counting the votes yet." What Jackson doesn’t know: The elections for the presidency in the USA haven’t even taken place yet. The re-election of Bush will not be legally binding until the 13th. December, when the electors cast their votes. The referendum on 2. The November ballot, in fact, only served to shape the mood of the electorate, since the electors are not obliged to vote in the same way as the electors they actually represent. And the experts are sure: Although Bush’s lead in Ohio is 17.000 votes less than originally estimated, there will be no more votes before the 13. December will probably not give a new payout.
On 13. December 2004 the hammer falls: The President of the USA is elected. So nothing is decided yet. In 2000, everyone was looking at the U.S. Constitutional Court, which was accused of deciding the elections instead of the people. Nothing of the sort has happened, however. The court has rather provided for rest and stopped a new disbursement. But only the "Electoral College" (Electoral College) has decided the outcome. The only question is: in the name of the people or instead of them??