Hackman wins the election outright by 1 vote, but says that he broke his promise of voting for Romano, so he hands the election to Romano. Romano says the same thing, and hands the election back over to Hackman. So Hackman accepts. Romano proposes to Tierney, and admits that he did in fact vote for Hackman like he said, therefore he won the election fair and square, but decided that Hackman needed it more. Hackman ends up with Harden. Hackman's campaign manager asks Romano if he would consider running for governor, to which Romano considers.
Continuity mistake: When Bob and Handy are talking beside the Moose at the start of the film, they are talking about Handy's nose. Right after Handy says that when Bruce (The Moose) is there, his nose looks normal. As he says this, Bob looks down. Then as the camera changes angle to look at Bob for the reply, he is once again looking directly at Handy.Scrappy
Trivia: Monroe Cole states that people will be calling him Mr. President for the rest of his life. While it is true people do tend to call former presidents by that title (thus not a movie mistake), as a point of trivia; is it incorrect to address a former president as "Mr. President" or "former president (surname)." While Cole doesn't have to worry about his ex-wife taking his title, leaving office will do that. It's the media that perpetuates this presidential title error.Bishop73
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