Notes: Vice President Al Gore named Sen. Joseph Lieberman as his vice-presidential pick. A reason seems to be to separate Gore from President Bill Clinton since Lieberman is known for his moral rectitude and criticized Cinton over the Lewinsky affair. Still, a subtext to the election remains. Clinton denied former President George Bush his second term. George W. Bush, now running as the GOP nominee, worked on his father's failed campaign. Animosity between Clinton and the senior Bush flared a couple of week's ago. A Bush win would be seen as a sort of vindication of his father while a Gore win would be seen as an approval of Clinton. Gore becomes the official nominee of the Democratic Party this week at the convention in Los Angeles. 08.11.00


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