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- Live TV. Silva, Jeffrey // RCR Wireless News;11/13/2000, Vol. 19 Issue 46, p12
Comments on the 2000 presidential elections in the United States and its significance for the telecommunication industry. Increase in telecommunication business during the elections; Need to simplify and standardize voting procedures; Nature of the wireless communication industry.
- Coin-flip candidacy. Schwaninger Jr., Robert H. // Mobile Radio Technology;Oct2000, Vol. 18 Issue 10, p12
Offers telecommunication industry professionals advice on whom to vote for in the 2000 presidential elections in the United States. Credentials of each of the top two candidates; Questions to ask oneself in determining which candidate could best address the industry's concerns.
- WHAT'S AHEAD FOR TELCOM. // Broadcasting & Cable;11/13/2000, Vol. 130 Issue 47, p16
Describes the scenarios for telecommunications in the United States after the presidential elections. Media sex and violence; Broadcast ownership; Media diversity; Open access.
- Election Uncertainties Put Wireless Agenda On Hold. Vaughan, Allyson // Wireless Week;11/13/2000, Vol. 6 Issue 46, p3
Looks at the impact of the uncertainty created by the results of the 2000 United States presidential election on government policy for wireless communication systems. Role of wireless communication in the 2000 election; Some of the Congressional committees affecting wireless regulation; Trend...
- Hurry Up and Wait in Politics, Broadband. Arlen, Gary // Multichannel News;11/20/2000, Vol. 21 Issue 47, p118
Comments on the state of broadband communications deployment in the United States. Race between cable and digital subscriber line; Analogy with the November 2000 presidential elections; Technology crisis.
- U.S. Presidential Campaign 2000. // World Almanac & Book of Facts;2000, p74
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- Keystone State may prove unlock election. Marks, Alexandra // Christian Science Monitor;5/19/2000, Vol. 92 Issue 125, p3
Assesses Pennsylvania, a traditionally Democratic state which is leaning more towards the Republican side, as one of the so-called swing states in the 2000 United States presidential election.
- 2000 in Pictures: Campaign 2000. // World Almanac & Book of Facts;2001, p194
Presents photographs showing various aspects of political campaigns in 2000. Presidential candidate George W. Bush and his vice-presidential running mate Dick Cheney; Other presidential candidates including Bill Bradley; Al Gore and his vice presidential running mate Joseph Lieberman; Hillary...
- Candidates' benign neglect of economic issues. Weidenbaum, Murray // Christian Science Monitor;3/16/2000, Vol. 92 Issue 79, p9
Comments that economic issues seem to be largely ignored during the 2000 presidential campaign in the United States.