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Presidential nail-biters: Top 10 closest presidential elections in history [SLIDESHOW]

2004: Republican George W. Bush defeats Democrat John Kerry. While Bush only won by 35 electoral votes and a 2.4 percent lead in the popular vote, his lead was still stronger than his first presidential election. But Kerry did not concede until the next day, after deciding not to contest Bush's win in Ohio.
2004: Republican George W. Bush defeats Democrat John Kerry. While Bush only won by 35 electoral votes and a 2.4 percent lead in the popular vote, his lead was still stronger than his first presidential election. But Kerry did not concede until the next day, after deciding not to contest Bush’s win in Ohio.
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