What Could Stop ClintonBy and
The cheers from Madison Square Garden had barely stopped when Democratic Presidential nominee Bill Clinton and his running mate, Al Gore, boarded the bus for tomorrow. On July 17, the duo was set to lead a motley caravan headed for the heartland: Mount Holly, N.J.; Utica, Ohio; Evansville, Ind.; and Vandalia, Ill., each a small-town pocket of America that lies off the interstate -- and off the political road map of traditional Democrats.
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