Nomination and Election of the President and Vice President of the U.S. 1992 (S. hrg)

by Thomas M. Durbin

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  November 3rd, Three major presidential hopefulls Governor William "Bill" Clinton, incumbent President George HW Bush and the independent candidate H. Ross Perot would campaign through out the fifty states as Perot would stay thru the campaign and would fluctuate through out the 92' campaign but in a close race between Perot and Clinton, Henry Ross Perot would be elected the 42nd. The Early Birds. When Margaret Chase Smith, the Republican Senator from Maine, stood before a luncheon of the Women's National Press Club held at the Mayflower Hotel on Janu and announced that she was running for President, she became the first woman to become a candidate for a major party nomination for the nation's highest 's announcement of her candidacy was not.   Election Year: Then-Vice President Al Gore officially launched his presidential campaign in his hometown of Carthage, Tennessee, in front of a crowd of 8, In light of the nation’s.

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