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1988 Presidential Election Result: George H.W. Bush (Republican) - 426 electoral votes beat Michael Dukakis (Democratic) - 111 electoral votes, Popular Vote

Politicians speak a lot, and they write a lot. But what happens when the words they speak and write aren't their own? Here are 10 instances when political figures plagiarized. 1. Vice President Joe Biden, 1987: During the 1988 Presidential election, the then-presidential candidate was accused of mimicking a speech that British Labour Party Neil Kinnock delivered just four months prior.

Michigan goes red! Congratulations President-elect Donald J. Trump and Vice President-elect Mike Pence for winning Michigan for the first time since 1988! http://www.migop.org/news/mrp-statement-on-michigan-presidential-election-result

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California hasn’t always been a lock for the Democratic presidential nominee. Republicans won the state in nearly every presidential election between 1952 and 1988. Ahead of an election that could see more blue in the Golden State than ever before, here’s a look at how Democrats gained, lost and won back California.

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