Mr. Bill Comes To Town
On the eve of election '96, Clinton's visit to the Monterey Bay area raises new questions about whether the president can win California.
Thursday, August 31, 1995
Lulled by these last lazy days of summer, most of us haven't through even as far ahead as Thanksgiving or the Christmas holidays. But the minds of political professionals are already focused like lasers on two key dates a year away: August 16, 1996, when the Republican National Convention will anoint Bill Clinton's challenger for presidency, and November 6, 1996, when voters will choose their next president.
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