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March 16, 1996
Using a Honda auto manufacturing plant in East Liberty, Ohio, as his backdrop, Dole on Friday pressed his campaign's argument for "fair, not free" trade. "I'm here to demonstrate how important it is to export," Dole told workers gathered in the plant's auditorium. "We want fair trade, and we have a lot of weapons on the books to gain America's access to other markets."
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November 6, 2000 | ERIC SLATER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Texas governor, a young aide for George W. Bush was saying last winter, had a campaign stop in "Grand Rapids . . . or Grand Forks . . . or, well, whichever 'Grand' is in Michigan." If folks here might have taken offense back in January, they'd be thrilled with some political anonymity today. And they'd be quite happy to direct the Bush camp, or Vice President Al Gore's camp, or any other candidate's camp to any 'Grand' that isn't this one.
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February 18, 2000 | ERIC SLATER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
When Gov. John Engler signed a bill last year giving Michigan one of the nation's earliest Republican primaries, he did so with confidence that the vote would seal the nomination of George W. Bush and, perhaps, secure a spot in a Bush White House for himself. But now that the contest for the Republican nomination is really a contest, Engler's state could instead wind up being a catapult for Sen. John McCain of Arizona.
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August 27, 2000 | MATEA GOLD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Joseph I. Lieberman plans to reach out to Arab American leaders during a campaign swing through Michigan today, hoping to reassure Muslims who worry that if he becomes vice president it could hurt their agenda and tilt U.S. policy in the Middle East. "I'm going to talk about the basic themes of the campaign and how much I feel the Arab American community . . . is an important and growing community in our country," Lieberman said in an interview.
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February 21, 2000 | T. CHRISTIAN MILLER and MARIA L. LaGANGA, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
A day after his decisive defeat in South Carolina by George W. Bush, John McCain was back in his favorite position: underdog. And Bush was in his favorite position: front-runner. The Republican presidential contenders crisscrossed Michigan on Sunday, each man saying he had been energized by their primary battle in South Carolina and each man claiming he was the real reformer in the race.
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November 6, 2000 | ERIC SLATER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Texas governor, a young aide for George W. Bush was saying last winter, had a campaign stop in "Grand Rapids . . . or Grand Forks . . . or, well, whichever 'Grand' is in Michigan." If folks here might have taken offense back in January, they'd be thrilled with some political anonymity today. And they'd be quite happy to direct the Bush camp, or Vice President Al Gore's camp, or any other candidate's camp to any 'Grand' that isn't this one.
NEWS
September 14, 1996 | EDWIN CHEN and GEBE MARTINEZ, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
Campaigning together for the first time since Labor Day, Republican presidential candidate Bob Dole and running mate Jack Kemp on Friday portrayed their Democratic foes as fearmongers and offered themselves as the alternatives with an optimistic economic agenda for a more prosperous America. Altering President Franklin D. Roosevelt's famous Depression-era line, Kemp told several thousand boisterous supporters in an airport hangar here that "the only thing Bill Clinton has to offer is fear."
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August 27, 2000 | MATEA GOLD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Joseph I. Lieberman plans to reach out to Arab American leaders during a campaign swing through Michigan today, hoping to reassure Muslims who worry that if he becomes vice president it could hurt their agenda and tilt U.S. policy in the Middle East. "I'm going to talk about the basic themes of the campaign and how much I feel the Arab American community . . . is an important and growing community in our country," Lieberman said in an interview.
NEWS
November 4, 1998
Here are the results of elections around the nation Tuesday. Not all returns were available at press time. ALABAMA * Governor--Donald Siegelman unseated Republican Forrest "Fob" James Jr., backed by the religious right, to become the state's first Democratic governor since 1982. * Senate--Republican incumbent Richard C. Shelby defeated Democrat Clayton Suddith, who mortgaged his pickup truck to run. * House--The Republicans held on to their 5-2 majority.
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February 21, 2000 | T. CHRISTIAN MILLER and MARIA L. LaGANGA, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
A day after his decisive defeat in South Carolina by George W. Bush, John McCain was back in his favorite position: underdog. And Bush was in his favorite position: front-runner. The Republican presidential contenders crisscrossed Michigan on Sunday, each man saying he had been energized by their primary battle in South Carolina and each man claiming he was the real reformer in the race.
NEWS
February 18, 2000 | ERIC SLATER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
When Gov. John Engler signed a bill last year giving Michigan one of the nation's earliest Republican primaries, he did so with confidence that the vote would seal the nomination of George W. Bush and, perhaps, secure a spot in a Bush White House for himself. But now that the contest for the Republican nomination is really a contest, Engler's state could instead wind up being a catapult for Sen. John McCain of Arizona.
NEWS
September 14, 1996 | EDWIN CHEN and GEBE MARTINEZ, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
Campaigning together for the first time since Labor Day, Republican presidential candidate Bob Dole and running mate Jack Kemp on Friday portrayed their Democratic foes as fearmongers and offered themselves as the alternatives with an optimistic economic agenda for a more prosperous America. Altering President Franklin D. Roosevelt's famous Depression-era line, Kemp told several thousand boisterous supporters in an airport hangar here that "the only thing Bill Clinton has to offer is fear."
NEWS
March 16, 1996
Using a Honda auto manufacturing plant in East Liberty, Ohio, as his backdrop, Dole on Friday pressed his campaign's argument for "fair, not free" trade. "I'm here to demonstrate how important it is to export," Dole told workers gathered in the plant's auditorium. "We want fair trade, and we have a lot of weapons on the books to gain America's access to other markets."
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