After Math

Judis, John B.
March 2000
New Republic;03/20/2000, Vol. 222 Issue 12, p18
Focuses on the presidential elections in the U.S. Comparison of the prospects of U.S. Vice President and presidential candidate Al Gore and other presidential candidate George W. Bush in the upcoming elections; Information that Gore has an advantage in the state electoral system and with voters, as evidenced by opinion polls; Information about Senator John McCain strategies against Bush's campaign; View that former U.S. Senator Bill Bradley strengthened Gore's campaign.


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