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May 18, 2000 | From Associated Press
Oregon voters conducting the nation's first vote-by-mail primary used the occasion to reject limits on damages in personal-injury lawsuits and a new gasoline tax. The landmark effort was intended to increase voter turnout in a state primary held too late to affect presidential nominations and one without a gubernatorial race this year. As expected, Democrat Al Gore and Republican George W. Bush easily won their parties' endorsements.
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May 18, 2000 | From Associated Press
Oregon voters conducting the nation's first vote-by-mail primary used the occasion to reject limits on damages in personal-injury lawsuits and a new gasoline tax. The landmark effort was intended to increase voter turnout in a state primary held too late to affect presidential nominations and one without a gubernatorial race this year. As expected, Democrat Al Gore and Republican George W. Bush easily won their parties' endorsements.
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