United States presidential election, 1992 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

United States presidential election, 1992 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

United States presidential election of 1992: Clinton declaring his candidacy for the U.S. presidency - defeated George h w Bush

United States presidential election of 1992: Clinton declaring his candidacy for the U.S. presidency - defeated George h w Bush

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#Vintage #1992 #RossPerot #GeorgeBush Presidential #Election Bumper #Sticker ~ #Etsy #CuriousDiversions

Isabell Masters Ph.D. (b.1913 – d.2011) of Topeka, Kansas, was a five-time perennial third-party candidate (Looking Back Party) for President of the US. Her five presidential campaigns are the most for any woman in U.S. history. She was a candidate in the US presidential election in 1984, 1992 (339 votes), 1996, and 2004. Her 1992 running mate was her son, and her daughter in 1996. She was the wife of Alfred Masters, the first African American to enlist in the United States Marines.

Isabell Masters Ph.D. (b.1913 – d.2011) of Topeka, Kansas, was a five-time perennial third-party candidate (Looking Back Party) for President of the US. Her five presidential campaigns are the most for any woman in U.S. history. She was a candidate in the US presidential election in 1984, 1992 (339 votes), 1996, and 2004. Her 1992 running mate was her son, and her daughter in 1996. She was the wife of Alfred Masters, the first African American to enlist in the United States Marines.

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Ross Perot Independent Party Nominee 1992 Presidential Election Limited Edition Royal Windsor Commemorative Plate

Ross Perot Independent Party Nominee 1992 Presidential Election Limited Edition Royal Windsor Commemorative Plate

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The 1912 Presidential election saw the first, (and last), time in our nations history that a third-candidate received both more popular and, more importantly, more electoral votes than one of the two established parties. It would be the highest popular vote total that a third-party candidate received until Texan billionaire's Ross Perot's impressive 19% showing in the 1992 Presidential Race.  Yellow = Progressive (Bull Moose) party Theodore Roosevelt

The 1912 Presidential election saw the first, (and last), time in our nations history that a third-candidate received both more popular and, more importantly, more electoral votes than one of the two established parties. It would be the highest popular vote total that a third-party candidate received until Texan billionaire's Ross Perot's impressive 19% showing in the 1992 Presidential Race. Yellow = Progressive (Bull Moose) party Theodore Roosevelt

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