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Primary Election Political Parties Election Day Voting Election of the President Candidates National Conventions National Conventions - An Inside View Candidates at the Convention The Campaign Polling Places The Electoral College The Electoral Map The Inauguration

 
Candidates

Candidates, Campaigns & Elections (3rd Edition)
by Linda Scher

The People's Choice;: The Story of Candidates, Campaigns, and Elections
by Alvin Schwartz

Meet the Candidate Videos: Analyzing Presidential Primary Campaign Videocassettes (Praeger Series in Political Communication)
by John H. Parmelee

The Clinton View: The Historic Fight for the 2008 Democratic Nomination (Monumental Milestones: Great Events of Modern Times)
by Kathleen Tracy

The Obama View: The Historic Fight for the 2008 Democratic Nomination (Monumental Milestones: Great Events of Modern Times)
by Karen Bush Gibson

The Race for the White House 2008
by T K White

Challenging the Incumbent: An Underdog's Undertaking
by Edward I. Sidlow and Edward Sidlow

Winning Your Election the Wellstone Way: A Comprehensive Guide for Candidates and Campaign Workers
by Jeff Blodgett, Bill Lofy, Ben Goldfarb, and Erik Peterson

Candidate Images in Presidential Elections
by Kenneth L. Hacker

The Other Candidates: Third Parties in Presidential Elections
by Frank Smallwood

Voting the Agenda: Candidates, Elections, and Ballot Propositions
by Stephen P. Nicholson

Mexico's Pivotal Democratic Election: Candidates, Voters, and the Presidential Campaign of 2000
by Jorge Dominguez and Chappell Lawson

It's that time again.(possible presidential candidates for election 2004)(Brief Article): An article from: Campaigns & Elections
by Ron Faucheux

THEY ALSO RAN: Losing Candidates in the United States Presidential Elections 1789-2004
by Carolyn, C. Volpe

Sex As a Political Variable: Women As Candidates and Voters in U.S. Elections
by Richard A. Seltzer, Jody Newman, and Melissa Voorhees Leighton

The Good Fight (How Political Candidates Struggle to Win Elections Without Losing Their Souls)
by Ronald A. Faucheux and Paul S. Herrnson

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The largest number of women to file as candidates for U.S. Senate elections was 29 (22D, 7R), which occurred in 1992. The largest number of women to win major-party nominations for the U.S. Senate was 11, which occurred in 1992 (10D, 1R) and again in 2002 (8D, 3R).

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