U.S. president-elect Bill Clinton and his wife, Hillary Rodham Clinton, hug each other during an appearance at the Old State House in Little Rock, Ark., following the presidential election victory, Tuesday night, Nov. 3, 1992.
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
1992 ELECTION - Democratic presidential candidate Bill Clinton and his wife Hillary dance on stage during a "Get-Out-The-Vote" rally at the Brendan Byrne Arena in East Rutherford, N.J. Sunday night, Nov. 1, 1992.
1992 ELECTION - Hillary Clinton, right, embraces her husband, Arkansas Gov. Bill Clinton, in Los Angeles Tuesday night after he secured enough delegates to capture the Democratic presidential nomination.
For breaking his "no new taxes" campaign pledge and raising taxes before the 1992 presidential election, former President George H. W. Bush was named a recipient of this year’s John F. Kennedy Profile in Courage Award.
In the 2000 presidential election, Gore won the popular vote but lost the Electoral College to Republican George W. Bush. Description from trabucohistory.blogspot.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images