Political promises will cost us zillions
- Candidates Can Promise, But They Can't Deliver. Morgan, Tom // Business Journal (Central New York);10/20/2000, Vol. 14 Issue 42, p39
Criticizes political candidates for making promises to the American people during their campaigns, but fail to accomplish them once they get elected to public office. Author's comparison of Presidential candidates Al Gore and George W. Bush to his uncle who does not keep his promises; Overview...
- Scare of my life. Brown, Doug // Inter@ctive Week;10/16/2000, Vol. 7 Issue 42, p68
Compares several political candidates in the United States to monsters.
- Primary primer: Priorities are `more jobs, less spending.' Lee, James M. // Business New Hampshire Magazine;May92, Vol. 9 Issue 5, p44
Opinion. Presents the author's view on what candidates should be doing or telling the people in their campaign for the September 1992 primary elections. Priorities for spending dollars; Revamping the Business Profits Tax (BPT); Moderate cuts in spending.
- Schools Find Candidates Can Get Too Close for Comfort. Sandham, Jessica L. // Education Week;12/06/2000, Vol. 20 Issue 14, p8
Reports on the campaign of political candidates for the November 2000 elections in the United States. Student presence at campaign rallies and media events; Use of students for partisan purposes.
- That winning feeling. Maginnis, John // New Orleans CityBusiness (1994 to 2008);10/30/95, Vol. 16 Issue 17, p5
Opinion. Reports on the political campaigns of local candidates in New Orleans, Louisiana. Strongest personalities during the campaign; Negative campaigning; Endorsements of the mayor of New Orleans.
- Campaign ads: The search for meaning. Barnes, James A. // National Journal;8/15/98, Vol. 30 Issue 33, p1938
Discusses the role of political campaign advertisements in the lives of politicians in the United States. Issues emphasized in political campaigns; Concerns of politicians and legislators over managed care reforms; Significance of advertisement campaigns against the imposition of higher taxes...
- Campaign styles are changing. // USA Today Magazine;Aug96, Vol. 125 Issue 2615, p1
Offers observations from David Procter, head of Kansas State University's Speech Department, on male and female campaign styles. How political campaigning has evolved to the point where tha campaign itself is more important than the candidate's gender; Merger of masculine and feminine...
- What Candidates Say About Campaigning. Grenzke, Janet; Watts, Mark; Beattie, David // Campaigns & Elections (1996);Sep2001, Vol. 22 Issue 7, p20
Discusses the findings of a survey of individuals who have run for public office in New England that challenged public perception of political campaigns and stereotypes of political candidates. How most of the interviewed candidates regard money; View of interviewees on fundraising; Frustration...
- 'ELECTION DAY' BEGAN LAST MONTH. Barnes, James A. // National Journal;10/5/2002, Vol. 34 Issue 40, p2943
Points that election campaign strategists are becoming convinced that they should focus their message and energy to woo voters on the week before election day. Explanation on the time when voters mark their ballots and decide which candidate they will vote on election day; Attitude of voters;...