Would GOP nominate a woman?

Feldmann, Linda; Teicher, Stacy A.; Turner, James
February 1999
Christian Science Monitor;2/10/99, Vol. 91 Issue 52, p1
Questions whether Republicans are ready to support Elizabeth Dole should she decide to run for the United States presidency. Dole's visit to Manchester, New Hampshire in early February; Her candidacy representing the best chance ever for a major American political party to nominate a woman for president; Her proven fund-raising prowess and wide name recognition; Where she stands in Republican polls.


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