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  1. Vor 14 Stunden · In 1992, Texas billionaire H. Ross Perot, who relied on his wealth and a populist platform focused on budget deficits, captured 19 percent of the vote but not a single Electoral College vote in a three-way contest that Democrat Bill Clinton won in the Electoral College and incumbent Republican George H.W. Bush lost. Perot’s showing was the best for an independent candidate since 1912.

  2. Vor 4 Stunden · But Tamas, an expert on third parties in the U.S., said independent or third-party runs that gain traction − most notably Ross Perot, who won 19% of the vote nationally in 1992 − tend to tap ...

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    • Joey Garrison, USA TODAY
  3. Vor 3 Stunden · In 1992, Texas billionaire H. Ross Perot, who relied on his wealth and a populist platform focused on budget deficits, captured 19 percent of the vote but not a single Electoral College vote in a ...

  4. Vor 14 Stunden · During the Ross Perot presidential campaign of 1992, conservative journalist William Safire suggested that a more appropriate term for the radical center might be the "snarling center". In a 1998 article entitled "The Radical Centre: A Politics Without Adversary", Belgian political theorist Chantal Mouffe argued that passionate and often bitter conflict between left and right is a necessary ...

  5. Vor 14 Stunden · Al final, el demócrata recibió el 43% de los votos, el republicano el 37.5% y Perot el 19%. Para la mayoría de los analistas, Clinton capturó la presidencia de Estados Unidos usando un mensaje ...

  6. Vor 14 Stunden · San Bernardino ( / ˌsæn ˌbɜːrnəˈdiːnoʊ / ⓘ SAN BUR-nə-DEE-noh) is a city and county seat of San Bernardino County, California, United States. Located in the Inland Empire region of Southern California, the city had a population of 222,101 in the 2020 census, [8] making it the 18th-largest city in California.