How Dole Can Win

Ogden, Christopher; Davies, Erin M.
April 1996
Fortune;4/15/1996, Vol. 133 Issue 7, p114
Argues that Bob Dole has a bona fide chance to defeat President Bill Clinton in the 1996 presidential election, despite what polls have indicated. The belief that Dole needs to remain healthy to quell public concern; How a third, independent candidate would spell certain defeat; Dole's built-in electoral map advantages; Dole's options for choosing a vice-presidential running mate.


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