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Campaign '96

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This page provides one view of the information available to you, either at this site or at other World Wide Web sites. The information is structured in a way that is meant to help you begin thinking about the components necessary for building a successful national campaign, from the basics of identifying your candidate and goals to the mechanics of financing and running a campaign. In each category, local sources - that is, information available at this site - are listed first, followed by resources of information available on the Web.

Where the links on this page will take you...
LINK LEGEND
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www an external link to current pages at other sites.


...and what you'll find when you get there.
SITE FEATURES
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CONTENTS

Basics
Strategy
Candidates
Parties

Message
Issues

Market
The Electorate

Mechanics
Electoral Process
Ballot Access
Media
Money
Allies


BASICS

| STRATEGY | CANDIDATES | PARTIES |

STRATEGY

Local Sources

PRIMARY
[The Rowe Memo]
SECONDARY
[David Belmont][Tom Luce][Clay Mulford][Elaine Reding][Bill Redpath]

Web Resources

[CONTENTS]

CANDIDATES

Local Sources

[David Belmont][Don Kellermann][Tom Luce][Clay Mulford][Elaine Reding][Bill Redpath]

Web Resources

INDEPENDENT/THIRD PARTY CANDIDATES
[CONTENTS]

PARTIES

Local Sources

[David Belmont][Tom Luce][Clay Mulford][Elaine Reding][Bill Redpath]

Web Resources

THIRD PARTIES
These organized parties were running presidential campaigns and appeared on the ballot in at least one state in 1996. See Presidential Status Summary, excerpted from Ballot Access News for more details on the final ballot status of these parties.

Addresses and telephone numbers are provided for parties that do not have a party or presidential campaign Web site. Other parties and/or coalitions of parties
Indices
[CONTENTS]


MESSAGE

ISSUES

Local Sources

[David Belmont][Don Kellermann][Tom Luce][Clay Mulford ][Elaine Reding]

Web Resources

[CONTENTS]


MARKET

THE ELECTORATE

Local Sources

PRIMARY
[Don Kellermann: The Political Landscape One Year Before the Election] [The Perot Vote '92]
SECONDARY
[David Belmont][Tobe Berkovitz][Tom Luce][Clay Mulford][Elaine Reding]

Web Resources

INDICES ONLINE INFORMATION WITH SUBSETTING CAPABILITIES OTHER SOURCES
[CONTENTS]


MECHANICS

| ELECTORAL PROCESS | BALLOT ACCESS | MEDIA | MONEY | ALLIES |

ELECTORAL PROCESS

Local Sources

PRIMARY
[The Electoral College System][Electoral Votes by State][Major Election Laws]
SECONDARY
[Tom Luce]

Web Resources


[CONTENTS]


BALLOT ACCESS

Local Sources

PRIMARY
[Richard Winger: Ballot Access for Minor Candidates][1996 Petitioning for President (Table)][Ballot Access News, April 4, 1996]
SECONDARY
[David Belmont][Tom Luce][Bill Redpath][Elaine Reding]

Web Resources



[CONTENTS]

MEDIA

Local Sources

PRIMARY
[Tobe Berkovitz: Political Media Buying Guide]
SECONDARY
[David Belmont][Tom Luce][Clay Mulford ][Elaine Reding]

Web Resources

MEDIA SITES DEDICATED TO POLITICAL REPORTING These sites were established during Campaign '96 and continue to carry daily coverage of current political events.

CAMPAIGN '96 SITES - MEDIA SPONSORED These sites, established during the 1996 campaign, are still accessible but not actively updated. CAMPAIGN '96 SITES - INDEPENDENT NEWS ARTICLES ABOUT CAMPAIGN '96

The section NEWS ARTICLES ABOUT CAMPAIGN '96 on the SOURCES page contains a sampling of links to full text articles on independent/third party presidential candidates to the end of March, 1996, from various media sites on the Web.
[CONTENTS]

MONEY

Local Sources

PRIMARY
[Campaign Finance Laws]
SECONDARY
[David Belmont][Tobe Berkovitz][Tom Luce][Clay Mulford][Elaine Reding][Bill Redpath]

Web Resources

ALLIES

Web Resources
[CONTENTS]

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