October 6, 1992 |
Bill Clinton's bus trips have grown from novelty adventures into a rolling series of tightly programmed campaign rallies, but there was one thing that stood out about the journey on which the Democratic presidential nominee set off on Monday: It was in Florida, one of the cornerstones of Republican strength in the South and a place where Democrats have come only to waste their time in recent presidential contests.
May 28, 1992 |
Likely presidential candidate Ross Perot earned spots Wednesday on the general election ballots in his home state of Texas and in Florida, bringing to eight the number of states where he has won ballot slots. In addition, New Jersey election officials said Perot apparently had met the requirements to appear on the ballot in that state as well, although formal certification will not come until after a challenge period that ends July 31.
April 28, 1992 |
This is what happens when you mix the university commencement season with a presidential campaign: You get, live and in person, the queen of salsa music, a Jewish leader and human rights campaigner--and, appearing with these heroes of two key voting blocs, the President of the United States. That was Monday's cast of honorary-degree recipients--President Bush, singer Celia Cruz and Abraham H.
March 12, 1992
This exit poll by The Times indicates how candidates appeal to certain voter groups. The poll is based on interviews with 3,709 Democratic primary voters and 2,852 Republican primary voters at 50 polling places in Florida and 71 in Texas on Tuesday. The margin of error for the total samples is plus or minus 4 percentage points. The margin of error for subgroups may be somewhat higher. DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY: FLORIDA % of all % of all Each column shows Florida Texas the percentage of Dem. Dem.
March 11, 1992 |
In both presidential races, consistent demographic and economic patterns of support have emerged that favor Arkansas Gov. Bill Clinton and President Bush, Los Angeles Times exit polls in Texas and Florida have found. The results suggest that in both contests, the principal challengers to Clinton and Bush are confronting the same dilemma: Former Massachusetts Sen. Paul E. Tsongas and conservative commentator Patrick J.
March 10, 1992 |
For more than 1 million voters in this diverse and distracted state, decision day in the 1992 presidential race has arrived--long before many people even noticed it approaching. For the Democratic candidates, today's Florida primary looms as the pivotal event of Super Tuesday, when 11 states hold primaries or caucuses and 783 delegates are at stake. It is the one Southern state that has drawn serious efforts from Arkansas Gov. Bill Clinton and former Massachusetts Sen. Paul E. Tsongas.