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The election of 1996 was undisputed.  In it, the Democrats nominated President [[Clinton]] as their candidate.  The Republicans nominated Senator [[Bob Dole]] as their candidate.  Wealthy oil-businessman, [[H. Ross Perrot]] ran again on the Reform Party ticket.  The election results were:
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The presidential election of 1996 was undisputed.  In it, the Democrats nominated President [[Clinton]] as their candidate.  The Republicans nominated Senator [[Bob Dole]] as their candidate.  Wealthy oil-businessman, [[H. Ross Perot]] ran again on the Reform Party ticket.  President Clinton was re-elected and unlike in 1992 received an [[absolute majority]] of the popular vote.
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The election results were:
 
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Revision as of 04:13, 7 August 2007

The presidential election of 1996 was undisputed. In it, the Democrats nominated President Clinton as their candidate. The Republicans nominated Senator Bob Dole as their candidate. Wealthy oil-businessman, H. Ross Perot ran again on the Reform Party ticket. President Clinton was re-elected and unlike in 1992 received an absolute majority of the popular vote.

The election results were:

candidates popular vote electoral vote
Bill Clinton 47, 402, 357 379
Bob Dole 39, 198, 755 159
H. Ross Perot 8, 085, 402 0