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Presidential Election

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Mr. Parke

on 17 November 2016

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In 1996, Bill Clinton, Bob Dole, Ross Perot, and Ralph Nader all competed to be president. Bill Clinton was in the Democratic party, Bob Dole was in the Republican party, and Ross Perot was in the Reform party.
1996's Issue (Bob Dole)
1996's Issue (Ross Perot)
Budget and Economy:
1996's Issue (Bill Clinton)
Budget and Economy:
balance the budget in ten years. (1995-2005),
Borrowing money to pay for the deficit fails our trade laws.
Presidential Election
By Akaiya A.
The Presidential Election of 1996
End over-imprisonment for non-serious crimes. (Apr 2015)
Expand the death penalty. (Aug 1996)
Pay off college loans with percentage of 20 years' income. (Nov 2011)
Donated his saxophone to Save the Music school program. (Sep 2007)

Budget and Economy:
chief legislative goal: Balanced budget.
Stop deficit spending and balance the budget.
Voted YES on limiting death penalty appeals.
Voted YES on rejecting racial statistics in death penalty appeals.
Abolish four departments: Commerce, Energy, Education, & HUD.
Voted NO on national education standards.
Will balance budget in six years by adding jobs. (Oct 1992)
Change rules to foster small business investment & growth. (Jul 1992)

Education is a strong anti-crime program.
Strong supporter of death penalty.
No high school football unless passing grades.
Expand school year from 180 days to at least 210.
Ralph Nader^
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