The electoral battle map

October 1992
Scholastic Update;10/9/92, Vol. 125 Issue 3, p8
Divides the country into eight regions for an analysis of how presidential candidates George Bush and Bill Clinton may fare in the coming election. North central; West; California; Southwest; Texas; South; Northeast; Midwest.


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