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November 6, 1992 | BILL BOYARSKY
During the recent presidential campaign, voters seemed to be looking for something more substantial than a tranquilizer. The 20% vote for Ross Perot and his bitter pill solution for the budget deficit provides some evidence of that. So did the strong New Hampshire showing early in the campaign for Paul Tsongas and his tough-minded prescriptions.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 6, 1992 | BILL BOYARSKY
During the recent presidential campaign, voters seemed to be looking for something more substantial than a tranquilizer. The 20% vote for Ross Perot and his bitter pill solution for the budget deficit provides some evidence of that. So did the strong New Hampshire showing early in the campaign for Paul Tsongas and his tough-minded prescriptions.
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August 17, 1992 | TIMOTHY WILLIAMS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Fifty years of voting has made Elizabeth Runyan more political atheist than political believer. "There's just no point in it," she tells registration volunteer Martin Hernandez outside a supermarket on Los Angeles' Eastside. But Hernandez, who wears a stick-on Su Voto Es Su Voz (Your Vote Is Your Voice) label over his heart, is persistent in his attempt to renew Runyan's lapsed registration. "What about the Senate races?" he asks. "And the local. . . ." Before he can finish, she cuts him off.
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