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March 10, 1996 | Associated Press
Millionaire tire magnate Morry Taylor gave up his little-noted run for the Republican presidential nomination Friday, endorsed Sen. Bob Dole of Kansas and urged other rivals to withdraw too. "Most of them have admitted that there is no chance to get" the nomination, said Taylor, who earned no delegates and about 7,000 votes, about 1% of the total in the primaries in which he ran. He urged Patrick J. Buchanan and Steve Forbes to follow his lead and get out of the race. Taylor, 51, spent $6.
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September 30, 2013 | By Christie D'Zurilla
Heather Morris of "Glee" fame has welcomed a baby boy with her longtime beau (and high school sweetheart), Taylor Hubbell. Elijah arrived Saturday, according to Us Weekly . Hubbell's brother Adam posted a pic of the little one Saturday evening on Twitter, captioning the adorable shot , "The newest Mr. Hubbell #sayuncle. " PHOTOS: Oddly fantastic celebrity baby names Elijah is the first child for the couple, who have yet to marry - though Morris hasn't been silent about her desire to do so. "I want to marry him so bad," the former Beyonce backup dancer told Fitness in a 2011 interview.
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October 31, 1995 | JOHN M. BRODER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Why would a successful and seemingly sane man spend $15 million in a futile quest for the presidency? What dream or delusion drives a man like tire-and-wheel magnate Morry Taylor to drop more money than most people make in a lifetime in such a vain enterprise? What makes Alan (Alan Who?) Keyes believe that the American people will, in a rush of moral fervor, hoist him on their shoulders and carry him into the White House? Is it all vanity or noblesse oblige? Towering ego or a lust for combat?
NEWS
March 10, 1996 | Associated Press
Millionaire tire magnate Morry Taylor gave up his little-noted run for the Republican presidential nomination Friday, endorsed Sen. Bob Dole of Kansas and urged other rivals to withdraw too. "Most of them have admitted that there is no chance to get" the nomination, said Taylor, who earned no delegates and about 7,000 votes, about 1% of the total in the primaries in which he ran. He urged Patrick J. Buchanan and Steve Forbes to follow his lead and get out of the race. Taylor, 51, spent $6.
NEWS
January 23, 1996 | NANCY HILL-HOLTZMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
For a guy who likes to brag about being a doer, not a talker, Morry Taylor has a lot to say. Folks in this town of 11,000 found that out recently as arguably the most colorful of the Republican presidential candidates held forth during a meet-and-greet gathering at The Hotel. A standing-room-only crowd, upward of 130 northwestern Iowans, jammed into puffy parkas and a stuffy room to hear the business tycoon's plan for running the country in the improbable event that he should get the chance.
ENTERTAINMENT
September 30, 2013 | By Christie D'Zurilla
Heather Morris of "Glee" fame has welcomed a baby boy with her longtime beau (and high school sweetheart), Taylor Hubbell. Elijah arrived Saturday, according to Us Weekly . Hubbell's brother Adam posted a pic of the little one Saturday evening on Twitter, captioning the adorable shot , "The newest Mr. Hubbell #sayuncle. " PHOTOS: Oddly fantastic celebrity baby names Elijah is the first child for the couple, who have yet to marry - though Morris hasn't been silent about her desire to do so. "I want to marry him so bad," the former Beyonce backup dancer told Fitness in a 2011 interview.
NEWS
December 29, 1995 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
The crowded Republican field in next year's presidential campaign has thinned in Rhode Island, where three GOP candidates failed to qualify for the state's March 5 primary. Texas Sen. Phil Gramm, multimillionaire publisher Steve Forbes and conservative commentator Patrick J. Buchanan were not on the list when Secretary of State James Langevin announced the primary slate. That leaves Sen. Bob Dole of Kansas, Sen. Richard G. Lugar of Indiana, former Tennessee Gov.
NEWS
March 28, 1996
Key to Election Tables * An asterisk (*) denotes an incumbent candidate; a dagger (**) denotes an appointed incumbent. * A double dagger (***) indicates a race where a runoff election will be held between the top two candidates if no one receives more than half of the vote. * Elected candidates and approved measures--or those leading with 99% of precincts reporting--are in bold type. Runoff elections may be required in nonpartisan races where no candidate receives over 50% of the vote.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 19, 1995
Some folks were angry about the inconveniences resulting from last week's partial shutdown of the federal government. Others, like Rep. Christopher Cox (R-Newport Beach), were angry that not enough was closed. Cox was aghast to learn that in spite of the budget impasse, the outdated federal helium program was deemed "essential" and continued producing hot air. Cox has won House approval to shut down the program, labeled one of the biggest federal boondoggles in recent times.
NEWS
February 16, 1996 | GEBE MARTINEZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
It's Thursday afternoon, just hours before the GOP candidates' televised debate. While the major presidential candidates are prepping, Richard P. Bosa is working the telephone from home, trying to line up radio interviews. Bosa, a Republican mayor from the northern New Hampshire town of Berlin, has gone on cable television and radio to complain that the "federal candidates are not addressing the issues," such as the loss of manufacturing jobs here. At least he found a forum.
NEWS
January 23, 1996 | NANCY HILL-HOLTZMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
For a guy who likes to brag about being a doer, not a talker, Morry Taylor has a lot to say. Folks in this town of 11,000 found that out recently as arguably the most colorful of the Republican presidential candidates held forth during a meet-and-greet gathering at The Hotel. A standing-room-only crowd, upward of 130 northwestern Iowans, jammed into puffy parkas and a stuffy room to hear the business tycoon's plan for running the country in the improbable event that he should get the chance.
NEWS
October 31, 1995 | JOHN M. BRODER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Why would a successful and seemingly sane man spend $15 million in a futile quest for the presidency? What dream or delusion drives a man like tire-and-wheel magnate Morry Taylor to drop more money than most people make in a lifetime in such a vain enterprise? What makes Alan (Alan Who?) Keyes believe that the American people will, in a rush of moral fervor, hoist him on their shoulders and carry him into the White House? Is it all vanity or noblesse oblige? Towering ego or a lust for combat?
NEWS
February 14, 1996 | GEBE MARTINEZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
There aren't too many ways to explain a last place finish in the Iowa caucuses and still be a candidate. Unless the candidate is Orange County Congressman Robert K. Dornan, whose campaign blames the Christian Coalition for creating the impression he had dropped out of the GOP presidential race, resulting in a poor showing in Iowa Monday.
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