George W. Bush, governor of Texas, was the 2000 Republican presidential nominee. He chose Dick Cheney to run for vice president. Cheney had previously served as Chief of Staff for President Gerald Ford, a representative from Wyoming, and Secretary of Defense under President George H.W. Bush, his running mate’s father. The Bush-Cheney ticket defeated their Democratic opponents Vice President Al Gore and Joe Lieberman, senator from Connecticut.
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