Dems won't dole out cash here as GOP cedes state to Clinton

Lentz, Philip
June 1996
Crain's New York Business;6/17/96, Vol. 12 Issue 25, p18
Reports on United States President Bill Clinton's lead in the presidential polls in New York. Concentration of campaign resources; State as having the second largest number electoral votes after California; Costs of media advertising in New York City.


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