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December 27, 1987 | Associated Press
Vice President George Bush led Kansas Sen. Bob Dole, 48% to 22%, in a presidential preference survey among people who said they intend to vote in Wisconsin's Republican primary, the Milwaukee Sentinel reported. In the Dec. 8-14 telephone survey, 156 of the 1,100 adults questioned said they intend to vote in the April 5 race. Bush and Dole were followed by New York Rep. Jack Kemp with 4%, former television evangelist Pat Robertson and former Secretary of State Alexander M. Haig Jr.
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December 27, 1987 | Associated Press
Vice President George Bush led Kansas Sen. Bob Dole, 48% to 22%, in a presidential preference survey among people who said they intend to vote in Wisconsin's Republican primary, the Milwaukee Sentinel reported. In the Dec. 8-14 telephone survey, 156 of the 1,100 adults questioned said they intend to vote in the April 5 race. Bush and Dole were followed by New York Rep. Jack Kemp with 4%, former television evangelist Pat Robertson and former Secretary of State Alexander M. Haig Jr.
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February 24, 2011 | By Michael Muskal, Los Angeles Times
Potential GOP presidential candidates announced on Thursday that they supported the Republican governor in Wisconsin in his standoff with unionized public employees, while the White House repeated its position that needed financial belt-tightening should not be an excuse to eliminate fundamental union rights. Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker has called on public employees to spend more for health insurance and pension benefits and has argued that collective bargaining rights should be limited.
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November 18, 2000 | SCOTT MARTELLE and JULIE CART, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
The Bush camp stepped back from a legal showdown with Oregon election officials Friday as the campaign continued to mull a recount in Wisconsin and kept a close eye on the end of vote counting in New Mexico. Yet those were mere brush fires compared to the firestorm that continues to rage in Florida, where the state Supreme Court on Friday barred the state from certifying election results.
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July 4, 2005 | Claudia Luther, Times Staff Writer
Gaylord Nelson, a trend-setting environmentalist who as a Democratic U.S. senator from Wisconsin founded Earth Day in 1970, died Sunday. He was 89. Nelson, who was also a former Wisconsin governor, died of cardiovascular failure at his home in Kensington, Md., a suburb of Washington, according to his biographer Bill Christofferson. In 1995, President Clinton awarded Nelson the Presidential Medal of Freedom -- the nation's highest civilian honor.
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December 7, 1986 | FRANK RILEY, Riley is travel columnist for Los Angeles magazine and a regular contributor to this section
An almond blossom festival in California, the birthplace of the Republican Party in Wisconsin and a young English lord who sponsors walking tours of the Yorkshire Dales from his 32,000-acre estate--all share ties to this cathedral city that will close the yearlong celebration of its 1,100th birthday on New Year's Eve.
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