The Latest News from the Gore-Lieberman Campaign
Tuesday, October 31st 2000, 12:00 am
By: News On 6
November 2, 2000
Clinton calls Gore next-best thing to a third term
WASHINGTON (AP) _ President Bill Clinton, barred by the Constitution from a third term in the White House, said Thursday that Americans ``can get the next best thing'' by electing Democrat Al Gore.
Gore, Bush Charge Through Midwest
SCRANTON, Pa. (AP) _ Al Gore warned that rival George W. Bush offers the promise of ``deficits and debt'' as the two traded charges and chased each other through states that could hold the key to next Tuesday's election.
November 1, 2000
Gore has clear edge _ in campaign frenzy
PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) _ No stranger to nonstop campaigning, Al Gore is picking up the pace even more, dashing from coast to coast in a blitz running straight through Election Day. This is one contest George W. Bush won't win.
Gore-Nader vote trading sites close down
WASHINGTON (AP) _ At least three Internet sites that arranged vote trading between backers of Al Gore and Green Party presidential candidate Ralph Nader have closed down following complaints from California officials, but others are still operating.
New Gore ad touts experience, delays direct attack on Bush
WASHINGTON (AP) _ Al Gore touts his experience in a new TV ad, but his advisers have put off _ for now _ a sharper commercial questioning whether George W. Bush is up to the job of president.
Candidates duel for Florida votes
ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) _ Al Gore and Joseph Lieberman brought their ideas about Social Security and questions about George W. Bush's experience to Florida to challenge the Bush family's influence in a state vital to both sides in Tuesday's election.
October 31, 2000
Guessing the new Cabinet while Gore, Bush campaign
WASHINGTON (AP) _ While the rest of the country waits to see who will be the next president, in this city _ where politics is both vocation and avocation _ a lot of the speculation is about who will be in the next Cabinet.
Gore responds to NRA blitz
By G. Robert Hillman / The Dallas Morning News
GREEN BAY, Wis. â€“ Wrapping up his two-day Great Lakes Prosperity Tour on Monday, Al Gore spotted an opportunity in the rally crowd.
"Hunters for Gore," he shouted, reading a placard in front of him. "I appreciate you bringing that sign."
Bush, Gore Try to Draw Distinctions
BURBANK, Calif. (AP) â€” George W. Bush took a final turn at late night TV campaign comedy with Halloween gibes at Al Gore â€” then defended his readiness for the White House, saying the Democrats' challenge to his experience is ``what they said about Ronald Reagan when that good man was running for president.''