5 edition of The Election of 1992 found in the catalog.
The Election of 1992
Gerald M. Pomper
by Chatham House Publishers
Written in English
|Contributions||Ross K. Baker (Contributor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||230|
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Election, the book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Up-to-the-minute information explains the stories behind today's news h Author: Gene Brown. The United States presidential election of took place on November 3 and was won by Bill Clinton, who became the 42nd President of the country.
The election had three main opponents – incumbent President George H. Bush of the Republican Party, Democratic Arkansas Governor Bull Clinton and Ross Perot, an independent businessman from Texas.
The latest work follows tradition in providing an authoritative account of the election. The historical background, the party preparations, the national and local campaigns, the polls, the media coverage and the results are thoroughly reported and analysed.
This book offers a comprehensive record and assessment of a landmark in British history. Millbrook Press, - Juvenile Nonfiction - 64 pages 0 Reviews Discusses the issues, primaries, candidates, personalities, and outcome of the presidential election, in a format that explains the process and the problems of presidential campaigns.
In the presidential election, Democrat Bill Clinton, the governor of Arkansas, defeated Bush in a race The Election of 1992 book which independent candidate Ross Perot won 19 percent of the popular vote—more than any third candidate had received since Theodore Roosevelt.
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House of Representatives; Winners in races for the U.S. Senate. This volume is the 14th in a series of studies begun in which have chronicled every postwar election.
The historical background, the party preparation and the events of the campaign are recorded, together with analyses of the polls, the press, broadcast coverage and the candidates. The election was the first presidential election since in which a third party candidate garnered a significant percentage of the popular vote.
Although billionaire Texas businessman Ross Perot failed to win any Electoral College votes, his presence had an important effect on the election. This chapter focuses on the election of Bill Clinton and the role of gender in the presidential election. It suggests that Bill Clinton probably.
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In Rome the popular assemblies elected the tribunes. The Electoral College Issue 1 of Essays in elections: Author: William C. Kimberling: Contributors: United States. Federal Election Commission, National Clearinghouse on Election Administration (U.S.) Publisher: National Clearinghouse on Election Administration, Federal Election Commission, Original from: Purdue University: Digitized: Aug.
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In a careful analysis of. About this book One of 15 volumes in the Nuffield Studies Series, chronicling the British General Elections from - the most comprehensive and celebrated study ever published on the UK's post-war elections. Elections of About; History; Reservations; ° View; For the first time, the Philippines had a presidential election under the multiparty system, as opposed to the two-party system which had been in place since Seven candidates contested the first presidential election following the restoration of democracy in Included are final, official county-by-county results for every presidential primary held in -- primaries in 38 states and the District of Columbia.
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The United States presidential election of had three major candidates: Incumbent Republican President George H. Bush; Democrat Arkansas Governor Bill Clinton, and independent Texas businessman Ross Perot. Bush had alienated much of his conservative base by breaking his campaign pledge against raising taxes, the economy was in a.
Presidential Primary Election Results issued in August Data is based on official figures provided by State election officials, and includes several updates through J If the election results are modified in the future, the Commission will supply errata supplements as Size: 1MB.The United Kingdom general election was held on Thursday 9 Aprilto elect members to the House of Commons of the United election resulted in the fourth consecutive victory for the Conservative Party since and would be the last time that the Conservatives would win a overall majority at a general election until This election result took many by surprise, as Turnout: % (%).an act to provide for the registration of electors and the conduct of elections to dÁil Éireann and to amend and extend the presidential elections acts, tothe european assembly elections acts, tothe referendum acts, tothe seanad electoral (university members) acts, tothe seanad electoral (panel members) acts, tothe local elections.