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November 9, 1988
George Bush won the state's 3 electoral votes. With 70% of the precincts reported, Bush was ahead 52% to 48%.
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NEWS
November 9, 1988
George Bush won the state's 3 electoral votes. With 70% of the precincts reported, Bush was ahead 52% to 48%.
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June 20, 1987 | Associated Press
A Democratic Party panel threw out South Dakota's attempt to move near the top of the presidential primary schedule and warned on Friday that convention seats and hotel rooms could be denied to states breaking party rules. The decision by the party's Compliance Assistance Commission, which rules on local parties' methods of picking national convention delegates, marked the second time it has turned back a state's attempt to push ahead of the pack.
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November 9, 1988 | From Associated Press
Maryland handed the gun lobby a major setback; Florida declared English to be its official language, and nuclear power received votes of confidence in Massachusetts and Nebraska as voters around the country decided numerous highly charged ballot measures Tuesday. With 82% of the precincts reporting, 58% of Maryland voters upheld a 6-month-old state law effectively banning cheap handguns known as "Saturday night specials." The National Rifle Assn.
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November 9, 1988 | From Associated Press
Maryland handed the gun lobby a major setback; Florida declared English to be its official language, and nuclear power received votes of confidence in Massachusetts and Nebraska as voters around the country decided numerous highly charged ballot measures Tuesday. With 82% of the precincts reporting, 58% of Maryland voters upheld a 6-month-old state law effectively banning cheap handguns known as "Saturday night specials." The National Rifle Assn.
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June 20, 1987 | Associated Press
A Democratic Party panel threw out South Dakota's attempt to move near the top of the presidential primary schedule and warned on Friday that convention seats and hotel rooms could be denied to states breaking party rules. The decision by the party's Compliance Assistance Commission, which rules on local parties' methods of picking national convention delegates, marked the second time it has turned back a state's attempt to push ahead of the pack.
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