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 Democratic Platform - 1996
The Democratic Party is committed to prompt, fair, impartial, protection of workers and the traveling and shipping public by improving the speed, efficiency, authority, and efficacy of the FAA and the FRA.
Today's Democratic Party is committed to targeted tax cuts that help working Americans invest in their future, and we insist that any tax cuts are completely paid for, because we are determined to balance the budget.
In 1996, America will choose the President who will lead us from the millennium which saw the birth of our nation, and into a future that has all the potential to be even greater than our magnificent past.
www.perkel.com /congress/platform.htm

  
 yVOTEONLINE noshows1996 National Democratic Convention
Don Fowler, the South Carolinian who is chairman of the Democratic National Convention, told a crowd of home-state supporters that this year's convention must encourage non-Democrats to support President Clinton for re-election.
Democratic National Committee grants"service credentials" for aides to delegates with disabilities.
A Democratic governor from a staunchly Republican state, Bayh, 40, has been chosen to give the keynote address.
www.yvoteonline.org /noshows1996_dnc.shtml

  
 LaRouche et al. versus Fowler et al.
Defendant DNC is the national political committee of the Democratic Party which is charged with and did adopt Delegate Selection Rules for the Democratic National Convention and the accompanying Call for the 1996 Democratic National Convention.
Dejean attended his Democratic Party precinct caucus on March 12, 1996, was elected as a delegate pledged to LaRouche, after which he attended his Senate District caucus on March 30, 1996, and was elected as a LaRouche alternate to the State Convention.
According to the governing Party Rules (both nationally and in Louisiana), a Presidential candidate qualifies to receive a district level delegate to the National Convention when "a threshold of at least 15% of the votes cast at the primary in each congressional district" is reached.
www.larouchepub.com /pr/1996/fowler_complaint.html

  
 1996 Democratic National Convention
A sports/concert facility was converted to a convention hall through coordination of labor unions, city service departments, political entities, and security organizations.
notobene.com /dnc.htm

  
 1996 Democratic National Convention - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
All Wikimedia servers are having their software upgraded; thus, this wiki will become read-only for a while at some point.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/1996_Democratic_National_Convention

  
 Chicago 1968 Democratic National Convention: Bibliography
Hayden includes a new introduction from the summer of 1996, written a few weeks before the opening of the 1996 Democratic National Convention, Chicago's first major party convention since 1968.
About a month after the 1968 Democratic National Convention, HUAC convened hearings to plumb the extent of Communist direction of the protest activities.
Miami and the Siege of Chicago: An Informal History of the Republican and Democratic Conventions of 1968.
www.geocities.com /Athens/Delphi/1553/c68bibli.html

  
 Rev. Jesse Jackson's Speech to the 1996 Democratic National Convention - In Motion Magazine
Following is the prepared text of the Rev. Jesse Jackson's speech to the 1996 Democratic National Convention in Chicago, Illinois.
Last week, over the objections of many Democratic Party leaders, and the opposition of millions of Americans, Franklin Roosevelt's six-decade guarantee of support for women and children was abandoned.
Thirty-three years ago tonight, a young preacher about the same age as my son was putting the final touches on one of the great prophetic messages of our age.
www.inmotionmagazine.com /jjdem.html

  
 Online NewsHour: Convention Speeches
We cannot rely on the Republicans to cooperate with President Clinton to save our children; we need to give the president the strength of a Democratic Congress.
But Democrats, but Democrats, also know that it is a shameful thing that in some of our public schools the highest form of technology available is a metal detector.
We are the richest, we are the richest, the freest, the most powerful nation in world history.
www.pbs.org /newshour/convention96/floor_speeches/cuomo.html

  
 AllPolitics - Democratic National Convention
On Thursday, August 4, 1994, then-Democratic National Committee Chairman David Wilhelm and Chicago Mayor Richard M. Daley (son of Chicago Mayor Richard J. Daley, who towered over Chicago politics from 1955 to 1976) announced that the city of Chicago was selected over several others to become the site of the 1996 Democratic national convention.
Democrats are hoping the Chicago convention will enhance their chances of winning Illinois's 22 electoral votes (eight percent of the 270 electoral votes needed to guarantee the presidency and the most electoral votes of and Midwestern state).
The convention agreement also included a "no strike" pledge by local unions and a commitment to grant at least 25% of convention contracts to minority firms and at least 5% to companies owned by women.
www.cnn.com /ALLPOLITICS/1996/conventions/chicago/facts/tidbits/chicago.history.shtml

  
 Boston DNC Convention 2004 - Index
Democratic convention planners are considering parking national media trucks on the footprint of the old Central Artery but Mayor Thomas M. Menino doesn't want to pay to turn the rugged construction site into a giant parking lot....
The comments mark the first time that Democratic elected leaders -- including Mayor Thomas M. Menino and US Representative Michael E. Capuano -- are publicly accusing Romney of standing in the way of a successful Democratic National Convention.
noted that the convention wasn't thrust on Menino and that the mayor knew the state's tax arrangement when he lobbied national Democrats to choose Boston.
www.cltg.org /dnc

  
 Democratic National Convention-Organization
Moody served as the Deputy Director of Logistics for the 2000 National Convention and as Deputy Director of Transportation for the 1996 National Convention.
Responsible for the alteration of the FleetCenter to accommodate the 2004 Democratic National Convention and subsequent restoration to its original condition.
Served as Deputy Counsel at the 2000 Democratic National Convention in Los Angeles.
www.gwu.edu /~action/2004/convs/dconvorg.html

  
 ADDRESS BY THE PRESIDENT TO THE DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL CONVENTION
We need schools that are rebuilt and modernized with an unprecedented commitment from the national government to increase school construction; and with every single library and classroom in America connected to the Information Superhighway by the year 2000.
Tonight, I thank the city of Chicago, its great Mayor and its wonderful people for this magnificent convention.
We could have the right kind of balanced budget with a new Congress -- a Democratic Congress.
www.4president.org /speeches/clintongore1996convention.htm

  
 Great Democratic Speeches
Acceptance speech at the 1996 Democratic National Convention (1996)
Acceptance speech at the 1992 Democratic National Convention (1992)
Address to the Democratic National Convention New York City, 1980
home.att.net /~howingtons/demospeech.html

  
 History Files - Parades, Protests and Politics
The convention agenda was made for TV, minus the drama, and Clinton was duly nominated.
The threat had changed from the demonstrators of the 1968 convention to terrorists, but the convention came off without a hitch.
After 28 years, the Democrats returned to Chicago to stage a convention.
www.chicagohs.org /history/politics/1996.html

  
 The Political Graveyard: 1996 Democratic National Convention
The coverage of the site includes certain federal officials, state officeholders and candidates in all 50 states, state and national political party officials, federal and state judges, and mayors (including candidates at election for mayor) of qualifying cities.
The site opened on July 1, 1996; the last full revision was done on March 10, 2005.
Other candidates for the presidential nomination, before or during this convention:
politicalgraveyard.com /parties/D/1996

  
 1996 Democratic National Convention Diary
A friend of mine spent a weekend at a militia convention here and was surprised.
The posing and posturing on the backs of people they are charged to protect actually declares that politicians begrudge them even the marginal niche they have managed to glean from that cycling of the currency.
However if I should choose to send copies of the book Clearcut, which graphically chronicles the rape and dismemberment of the Nation's public forests, to every legislator in Washington, I would have to foot that bill, despite having paid more taxes last year than ten major corporations.
www.petercoyote.com /dncdiary.html

  
 Selections from Al Gore at conservativeforum.org
1996 - from a speech at the Democratic national convention
I dialed the phone at the White House to ask for the money, but my voice was not heard in the White House, My request for money was heard in the donors office through his telephone earpiece.
I believe that Government has the right to be involved in the growth and progress of our children..
www.conservativeforum.org /authquot.asp?ID=970

  
 1996 Democratic National Convention Diary
I sit with a Democratic party pol and a major contributor awhile, and inquire what the minimum level of contribution must be to "get the attention" of the President and cabinet members, "1,000, 5,000?" I ask.
Don Fowler, chair of the Democratic party appears on-stage with the family of Ron Brown, Secretary of Commerce recently killed in a plane crash; three extremely handsome African-Americans: a young man, his son I assume, a daughter, and his stunningly beautiful wife, Alma.
The crowd snaps to attention and during the sustained and moving applause, memory retrieves the convention I watched on television as a boy, when the all-white Mississippi delegation was challenged by black civil rights workers.
www.petercoyote.com /dnc82698.html

  
 The Daily Muse: DonkeyCon (the 1996 Democratic National Convention)
The Daily Muse: DonkeyCon (the 1996 Democratic National Convention)
No Liddy-like strutting on the convention floor (or swinging high above it for that matter) with the common left-wingers.
Yes, if our unreliable sources are correct, Hillary will shock the convention by appearing as a floor reporter for DonkeyTV.
dailymuse.tripod.com /dem96.htm

  
 Democratic National Convention-Organization
Burns has previously served as the Director of Special Projects and Special Assistant to Debra DeLee, CEO of the 1996 Democratic National Convention in Chicago, Ill..
Menino, and in that position she organized Boston's bid for the 2004 Democratic National Convention.
She is a graduate of Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, Virginia and a native of Lowell, Massachusetts.
www.gwu.edu /~action/2004/convs/bostonhost.html

  
 CNN/AllPolitics.com - Election 2000 - The Democratic National Convention
Try to answer these questions and test your political I.Q. New questions are posted at midnight ET daily during the Democratic National Convention, and answers will be posted CNN on-air and on-line at noon and 8 p.m.
Democratic National Convention: Rep. Carolyn McCarthy (D-New York); Robert Rubin, former Treasury secretary; Sen. Jay Rockefeller (D-West Virginia)
Express your opinion on the 2000 Democratic National Convention!
www.cnn.com /ELECTION/2000/conventions/democratic

  
 1996 Democratic National Convention Diary
The City is decked out for the big party of the Democratic National Convention, and the convention center itself is decked out like a big, tiered cake iced in red, white, and blue.
The convention seemed to be just an extension of their intentions to have a good time.
Feeling that Bonny might well be the high point of the night (if not the convention) I left for the California Delegates party at the Chicago Mercantile Exchange, where futures in all kinds of currencies and indexes, hog-bellies and soy beans are bought and sold, hedged and arbitraged.
www.petercoyote.com /dnc82598.html

  
 1996 Democratic National Convention
Discussion of the upcoming events at the Democratic National Convention; State Senator Tom Hayden of California discusses tonight's opening of the Democratic National Convention; Mrs.
Transcripts of CBS' coverage of the 1996 Demcoratic National Convention cost $13.00 per day.
Following is a list of subjects covered each night:
www1.burrelles.com /transcripts/cbs/cdnc96.htm

  
 Political Sites on the Web
Official Democratic National Committee Electronic Headquarters includes humor, audio and video clips, and a wide variety of talking points, press releases, etc. Most importantly, there are opportunities to speak your mind and tell the Democratic Party what you think.
National Jewish Democratic Council - Dedicated to representing Jewish interests in the Democratic Party and in taking a leading role in the fight against the radical right.
Republican National Convention Coverage - from San Diego Online.
www.ibiblio.org /maggot/jomc/politic.html

  
 yVOTEONLINE noshows1996 National Democratic Convention
CHICAGO-- Kelly Addy, chairman of the Montana delegation to the 1996 Democratic National Convention, has "never seen a more unified Democratic party." Betty Peck, a delegate from Havre, Mont., is "amazed at the friendliness of the people in Chicago." But delegate Chet Blaylock, 71, from Laurel, Mont., remembers when things were different.
Delegates were also divided on racial issues, said Blaylock, who also served on the Democratic national convention credentials committee.
Richard Nixon visited Chicago after the Democratic convention was over.
www.yvoteonline.org /noshows1996_dnc_68.shtml   (617 words)

  
 Great Democratic Speeches
Acceptance speech at the 1996 Democratic National Convention (1996)
Acceptance speech at the 1992 Democratic National Convention (1992)
Address to the Democratic National Convention New York City, 1980
home.att.net /~howingtons/demospeech.html   (617 words)

  
 Great Democratic Speeches
Acceptance speech at the 1996 Democratic National Convention (1996)
Acceptance speech at the 1992 Democratic National Convention (1992)
Address to the Democratic National Convention New York City, 1980
home.att.net /~howingtons/demospeech.html   (617 words)

  
 Democratic National Convention-Organization
Moody served as the Deputy Director of Logistics for the 2000 National Convention and as Deputy Director of Transportation for the 1996 National Convention.
Responsible for the alteration of the FleetCenter to accommodate the 2004 Democratic National Convention and subsequent restoration to its original condition.
Prior to the 2000 Convention, O'Connor served as Chief of Staff of the DNC and was a close advisor to Vice President Al Gore, managing the Vice President's political activities for the Democratic Party.
www.gwu.edu /~action/2004/convs/dconvorg.html   (1647 words)

  
 yVOTEONLINE noshows1996 National Democratic Convention
In 1992, Kansas delegates at the Democratic National Convention in New York had some of the best seats in the convention hall, right in the front of the stage where they could easily be seen by the speakers as well as the television cameras.
Many of the local newspapers and television stations sent reporters to the event, but most of their coverage focused on the Democratic National Convention, which was starting the next day.
Healy, 13, is covering the Democratic National Convention for the Villager Newspapers, bimonthly newspapers with a combined circulation of about 16,000.
www.yvoteonline.org /noshows1996_dnc_tuesday.shtml   (1016 words)

  
 Democratic National Convention-Organization
Moody served as the Deputy Director of Logistics for the 2000 National Convention and as Deputy Director of Transportation for the 1996 National Convention.
Responsible for the alteration of the FleetCenter to accommodate the 2004 Democratic National Convention and subsequent restoration to its original condition.
Served as Deputy Counsel at the 2000 Democratic National Convention in Los Angeles.
www.gwu.edu /~action/2004/convs/dconvorg.html   (1647 words)

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