GOP history favors Dole

Cook, Charles
January 1996
Christian Science Monitor;1/5/96, Vol. 88 Issue 28, p20
Reports that Republicans almost always nominate a known quality and despite critics questions about Senator Bob Dole's shortcomings and his ability to win a general election, Dole fits this criteria. Dole's ability to raise money; Republicans nomination criteria compared to Democrats nomination criteria; Reference to Dole having higher favorable ratings that anyone else in the field.


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