A PC election

Popkin, James; Mannix, Margaret
November 1992
U.S. News & World Report;11/9/92, Vol. 113 Issue 18, p99
Reports that Prodigy, the on-line information service, is offering its 1.8 million subscribers this year the latest returns for the presidential, gubernatorial, House and Senate contests along with demographic breakdowns--whether George Bush, Bill Clinton or Ross Perot cornered the women's vote, for instance. Election coverage schedule; Cost of a Prodigy membership kit; Telephone number to call for the location of the nearest dealer.


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