Do The Democrats Have a Chance in 1992?
The Washington Times sponsored a forum on the Democratic Party’s chances in the 1992 presidential election. Speakers in the… read more
The Washington Times sponsored a forum on the Democratic Party’s chances in the 1992 presidential election. Speakers in the forum included Democratic party consultants, former party officials, journalists and a Democratic pollster, who spoke on the party’s choice of candidates from the list of Democratic candidates and potential contenders for the nomination, and the party’s overall chances against the Republican ticket almost assuredly headed by President Bush. The Republican party is said to hold the edge on the Democrats in foreign policy issues, particularly after the Persian Gulf war, and would hold the edge on economic issues if the economy begins to improve. The speakers in the forum also analyzed how the Democratic party may position itself to run its strongest campaign. close
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
People in this video
- Rory Davenport Political Consultant Democratic National Committee
- Thomas "Tom" E. Donilon Political Consultant Democratic National Committee
- Major E. Garrett Correspondent Washington Times->Congress
- Celinda Lake Political Consultant Democratic Party
- Donald Lambro Correspondent Washington Times->Political Affairs
- Charles Manatt Co-Chairman Commission on Natl. Polit. Conventions
- John White Chairman Democratic National Committee
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