PRESIDENT WILLIAM J. "BILL" CLINTON - AUTOGRAPHED INSCRIBED PHOTOGRAPH CIRCA 1996 CO-SIGNED BY: VICE PRESIDENT ALBERT GORE JR. - HFSID 279712
BILL CLINTON and AL GORE 9x11 campaign placard from 1996, with color images of the running mates, signed by both and inscribed by Clinton Campaign Poster inscribed and signed: "To Rashid/Best wishes/Bill Clinton", "Al Gore". Color, 9¼x11.
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BILL CLINTON and AL GORE
9x11 campaign placard from 1996, with color images of the running mates, signed by both and inscribed by Clinton
Campaign Poster inscribed and signed: "To Rashid/Best wishes/Bill Clinton", "Al Gore". Color, 9¼x11. A photo of both men on cardstock, bearing the printed caption" This household supports Clinton/Gore 96." In 1992, Democrat William Jefferson CLINTON - the Governor of Arkansas, and Albert GORE Jr., a US Senator from Tennessee, won a 3-cornered Presidential election, defeating incumbent Republicans George H. W. Bush and Dan Quayle, and also the independent candidacy of entrepreneur H. Ross Perot and Admiral James Stockdale. The Democratic Party lost control of both Houses of Congress in 1994, so the result of the 1996 presidential contest was not a foregone conclusion. Clinton and Gore were handily re-elected, however, winning 379 Electoral Votes (9 more than in 1992) and increasing their share of the popular vote from 43% to 49% in another 3-cornered race. They defeated the Republican ticket of US Senator Robert Dole and NFL quarterback/Congressman/Cabinet Secretary Jack Kemp; and again Ross Perot, now the nominee of the Reform Party (with economist Pat Choate). After a second term in which Clinton remained popular while narrowly surviving Congressional efforts to impeach him, both Clinton and Gore remain important public figures. Clinton, now an elder statesman of global stature and the husband of Presidential candidate and Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton, has also worked closely with George Bush - the man he defeated in 1992 - in charitable fundraising. Al Gore, the Democratic Presidential nominee in 2000, won the popular vote that year but was narrowly defeated by Republican George W. Bush in the Electoral College, an outcome finally reached only after a 5-4 ruling of the US Supreme Court, halting further recounts in Florida. Resisting blandishments to seek the Presidency again, Gore now devotes most of his time to the problem of global climate change. Lightly creased at corners. Fine condition.
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