Sonny Bono rocks the vote

Lovece, Frank
April 1996
Entertainment Weekly;04/12/96, Issue 322, p80
Looks back on the political career of Sonny Bono, particularly to his first victory as mayor of Palm Springs, California in 1988. His politics different from when he was a singer; Election to Congress in 1994; An unrelated time capsule of events from April 12, 1988.


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