Haitian presidential election, 2000
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Presidential elections were held in Haiti on 26 November 2000. The opposition parties, organised into the recently created Convergence Démocratique, boycotted the election after disputing the results of the parliamentary elections. The result was a landslide victory for Jean-Bertrand Aristide, who received 91.7% of the vote with a turnout of around 50%.
|Jean-Bertrand Aristide||Fanmi Lavalas||2,632,534||91.7|
|Evan Nicolas||Union for National Reconciliation||45,441||1.6|
|Jacques Philippe Dorce||Independent||32,245||1.2|
|Paul Arthur Fleurival||Independent||31,100||1.1|