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THE REPUBLICAN CONVENTION

Looking ahead

August 01, 2000

If November doesn't turn out as Republicans would like, they have some ideas for a candidate in 2004. Sen. John McCain of Arizona was tops among 22% of GOP respondents in a new Times poll, followed by presumptive vice presidential candidate Dick Cheney and former Republican candidate Elizabeth Hanford Dole.

Hedging their bets

Of the groups that have donated to both the Republican and Democratic conventions, here is a list of the largest estimated donations.

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Sources: Philadelphia, Los Angeles host committees, Associated Press

Turn-ons

It should be no surprise that Republicans are more interested than anyone else in watching all of their convention on television, but Democrats will not be tuning out entirely. In a new Times poll, 59% of Democrats said they plan to watch at least some of their rivals convention. But almost a third of Generations X and Y say they will watch nary a minute of the convention.

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Compiled by MALOY MOORE / Los Angeles Times

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