You've just come on board the campaign at the end of March, 1996. Bob Dole's seven-week sprint to win his party's nomination has recently succeeded with primary victories in California, Nevada and Washington. Rumblings of potential third party candidates - right, left and center - are growing louder, as polls show many dissatisfied with a choice between Clinton and Dole.You'll be given a wide range of information on a variety of themes. Based on this information, it's your job to lay out a basic strategy memo that details how your candidate will succeed.
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A campaign button issued by Theodore Roosevelt's Progressive Party. In 1912, Roosevelt's "Bull Moose" campaign garnered the largest percentage of the popular vote, 27.4%, of any third party in recent history.