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That give me idea where to start. but I still need some kind of Numbers

Thanks you for the help conrad

go to www.ourcampaigns.com

http://ourcampaigns.com/RaceDetail.html?RaceID=58505

http://ourcampaigns.com/RaceDetail.html?RaceID=55212

However, if you want to find indevidual results from primaries, you should type in the candidates name and it will give you the votes. I suggest you type Bill Clinton (Seeing as he won the nod)

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These are the issues I came up with for 1992 any other ideas will be help ful. I have set the economy to weak as in recession

Abortion

Affirmative Action

Deficit/Balanced Budget

Business Tax

Aids

Crime

Social Security

Goverment Reforming

Health Care

Free Trade

Education

Bosnia and Somalia

Gun Control

Environment

Personal Tax

Welfare

Immigration

Forces in Europe

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This what I have for Aids Issues position. What do you guys think?

Far-left

massively increase AIDS funding

left

Increase AIDS funding by 30%

Center-left

Increase AIDS funding by 15%

Center

AIDS funding is appropriate funded.

Center-right

We should decrease AIDS funding by 10%

Right

We should decrease AIDS funding by 30%

Far-right

AIDS is caused by behaviour, no funding needed!

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I would do

Far-left: Massive increase in AIDS prevention funds

Left: Significant increase in AIDS prevention funds

Center-left: Increase in AIDS prevention funds

Center: AIDS prevention funding is adequate

Center-right: Decrease AIDS Prevention funds

Right: Eliminate AIDS prevention funds

Far-right: Permantently quaratine AIDS carriers

The left positions could use some work, but basically I say get rid of the percentages and make the right more extreme.

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It going to be a week or so before I get it out but I promise it will be accurate and good. Most the work is doing a great deal of editing to it. If anybody can find any info on the 1992 primaries or 1992 General election just e-mail me at Danieldlmn@sbcglobal.net or post on here.

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Time-line as close as I could get it

February 10: Iowa

February 18: New Hampshire

February 25: South Dakota

March 1: Vermont

March 3: Colorado, Georgia, Maryland, Alaska, Minnesota, Idaho, Utah

March 7: South Carolina

March 10: Florida, Louisiana, Maine, Massachusetts, Mississippi, Oklahoma, Rhode Island, Tennessee, Texas, Hawaii, Missouri, Delaware, Nevada, Virginia, Wyoming

March 17: Illinois, Michigan

March 24: Connecticut, Arizona

April 7: Kansas, New York, Wisconsin

April 28: Pennsylvania

May 5: DC, Indiana, North Carolina

May 12: Nebraska, West Virginia

May 19: Oregon, Washington

May 26: Arkansas, Kentucky

June 2: Alabama, California, Montana, New Jersey, New Mexico, Ohio

June 9: North Dakota

(I had to use Republican Schedule for 1988 cause I couldn't find one for 1992 if any know the actual Schedule please let me know.)

February 8: Iowa

February 16: New Hampshire

February 23: South Dakota

March 1: Vermont

March 3: Colorado, Minnesota, Utah

March 5: South Carolina

March 10: Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Mississippi, Missouri, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Rhode Island, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, Wyoming, Delaware, Nevada

March 15: Illinois, Alaska

March 17: Michigan

March 24: Arizona

March 29: Connecticut

April 5: Wisconsin

April 7: Kansas

April 19: New York

April 26: Pennsylvania

May 3: DC, Indiana, Ohio

May 10: Nebraska, West Virginia

May 17: Oregon

May 19: Washington

May 24: Idaho

June 7: California, Montana, New Jersey, New Mexico

June 14: North Dakota

Democratic Convention: July 13, 1992- july 19, 1992 in New York, New York

Republican Convention: Aug 17, 1992-Aug 20, 1992 in Houston TX

General Election begins Aug 21, 1992

1st Presidential debate: 10/11/1992

Vice-Presidential Debate: 10/13/1992

2nd presidential debate: 10/15/1992

3rd Presidential debate : 10/19/1992

Election Day: Nov 3rd, 1992

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Besides the initial primary candidates, how about Gary Hart, Jesse Jackson, Gephardt, and Mario Cuomo?

"Many well-known Democrats, including House Majority Leader Dick Gephardt of Missouri and Governor Mario Cuomo of New York, considered the race unwinnable and did not run for the nomination." - Wikipedia

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Can anybody think of 1992 Vp option?

Paul Tsongas, Bill Clinton, Al Gore, Bob Graham, Pat Schroder, Bob Casey Snr, Colin Powell, Jerry Brown, Tom Harkin, Douglas Wilder, John Kerry, Ted Kennedy, Max Baucus, Bill Bradley, Jay Rockefeller, Patrick Leahy, Mario Coumo, Hugh Carey, Anne Richards, James Blanchard, John Conyers, Richard F. Celeste.

There's some of my ideas :D

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Can anybody think of 1992 Vp option?

Paul Tsongas, Bill Clinton, Al Gore, Bob Graham, Pat Schroder, Bob Casey Snr, Colin Powell, Jerry Brown, Tom Harkin, Douglas Wilder, John Kerry, Ted Kennedy, Max Baucus, Bill Bradley, Jay Rockefeller, Patrick Leahy, Mario Coumo, Hugh Carey, Anne Richards, James Blanchard, John Conyers, Richard F. Celeste.

There's some of my ideas :D

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