Voting problems in Baltimore CityAs an election...
Dole sweeps 7 more states Pressure increases on Buchanan, Forbes to quit the race; 16th victory in a row; Senator has amassed nearly three-quarters of delegates he needs; CAMPAIGN 1996
President victorious as Senate votes funds for education, training In turnabout, Republicans support more spending
Dole's victory in Md. could signal change in state GOP's direction 'Moderate, mainstream vision for party' receives widespread support
Rivals' weakness helps Dole get back in front Senator's message remains unchanged through ups and downs; CAMPAIGN 1996
Dole wins Maryland Buchanan languishes as distant runner-up; Senate majority leader gains added momentum in low-interest primary; CAMPAIGN 1996
Md. gets its say at polls today GOP officials predict percent turnout for presidential primary; Clinton vs. LaRouche; 32 trying to succeed Mfume; 7 incumbents running in other races
Ho-hum, another election
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Buchanan expects a struggle in primary He invites voters in Md. who supported Gramm to back his candidacy; CAMPAIGN 1996
Jest Lag Campaign comedy: The satire troupe Capitol Steps is rushing to keep up with politicians who, every day, prove wonderfully adept at making caricatures of themselves.
Dole begins to hear footsteps Front-runner is now one of many seeking the GOP nomination; CAMPAIGN 1996
Forbes wins Ariz. stunner Dole captures the Dakotas; Unexpected result throws GOP race into new turmoil; Alexander a weak fourth; Dole edges Buchanan for 2nd in Western winner-take-all; CAMPAIGN 1996
Dole back to place where he gets some respect Battered along the campaign trail, he's honored in D.C.; CAMPAIGN 1996
Buchanan reveling in race in Arizona His crowds are big and enthusiastic, as primaries head west; CAMPAIGN 1996
Blue-blooded governor in red Riches to rags? Gov. Fife Symington, the Maryland aristocrat who flourished in the Arizona desert, has filed for bankruptcy and now finds himself being investigated by a federal grand jury.
The man who wasn't there in Arizona CAMPAIGN 1996
Forbes' lone campaigning pays off as he wins 12 delegates in Delaware Dole finishes second, Buchanan is third; CAMPAIGN 1996
Buchanan won't win Md., state GOP leaders say More moderate messages of Dole, Alexander likely to appeal to Marylanders; CAMPAIGN 1996
Buchanan edges out Dole in N.H. primary Victorious campaign was aimed at state's worried and wary; Closest race in 20 years; Dole vows to wrestle for 'heart and soul' of Republican Party; CAMPAIGN 1996
Buchanan won the little guy Savior: Patrick J. Buchanan managed to attract Ross Perot voters and conservative Christians, while playing on the job insecurities of working-class people.; CAMPAIGN 1996
Gramm backs Dole, calls him best qualified to unite party Move underscores fears within GOP of Buchanan's surge; CAMPAIGN 1996
Why does Md. need more than 1...
Class struggle in the Grand Old Party
Gramm drops out, criticizes Buchanan Senator failed to secure wide conservative support; CAMPAIGN 1996
Go fishing: You deserve a tax break
Lamar Alexander, real guy His recurring theme: He's best of the GOP, best against Clinton; CAMPAIGN 1996
Anybody but Buchanan Economic conservatives: If not Dole, would they go for Forbes, Alexander or someone else?; CAMPAIGN 1996
Who is Iowa's real winner? GOP muddle: Dole so-so, Forbes & Gramm losers, Buchanan & Alexander Big Mo.
Get ready for long campaign No Dole knockout: The message from Iowa is that no GOP candidate has sufficient strength to command the nomination.; CAMPAIGN 1996
Dole wins Iowa, edges Buchanan Forbes places fourth, having spent millions on negative TV ads; Alexander is surprise 3rd; Dole's margin over popular Buchanan is 3 percentage points; CAMPAIGN 1996
In Iowa tonight, the 'winnowing-in' process reaches the first checkpoint CAMPAIGN 1996
Interest in Forbes growing in Maryland As primary nears, he's making inroads with no state organization; CAMPAIGN 1996
Iowans to give GOP race definition Precinct caucuses tonight will show who's running strong; CAMPAIGN 1996
Both houses are now in recess until...
Forbes puts tax reform atop national agenda Flat tax isn't likely to pass, but some drastic changes will
Campaign in Iowa takes one last nasty turn Forbes accuses Dole of using smear tactics; CAMPAIGN 1996
Iowa's caucuses stir frustration Bad mood: Many Iowa Republicans are upset with negative political ads and support for Sen. Bob Dole does not always display indications of running support
Keyes stirs a devoted following with oratory GOP candidate decries abortion, moral decay on shoestring campaign
Forbes leads field in attack ads Going negative: Steve Forbes' immense wealth allows him to spend a fortune on advertising. The three North Carolinians who produce his ads wasted no time in doing what they do best: negative advertising.; CAMPAIGN 1996
Fiasco in Louisiana: Gramm struggles to survive CAMPAIGN 1996
Surfeit of candidates splits religious right Christian conservatives appear to have diluted their power in Iowa race; CAMPAIGN 1996
GOP campaign shifts focus after La. Buchanan's win puts the spotlight on social issues; CAMPAIGN 1996
Sauerbrey pledges to keep Gramm hopes alive in Md. Buchanan state chairman ecstatic over La. victory; CAMPAIGN 1996
Buchanan up, Gramm down Louisiana caucuses: TV commentator victor in contest Gramm had to win.; CAMPAIGN 1996
Alexander takes his best shot: cutting Forbes down to size CAMPAIGN 1996
Forbes' deep pockets test power of money in Iowa Limits on spending don't apply to rich; CAMPAIGN 1996
Dole gains praise for speech to governors He, Clinton sound similar note on Medicaid reform; CAMPAIGN 1996
Buchanan hopes for upset in La. Gramm must win big in today's caucuses, the first in nation; CAMPAIGN 1996
Trying for at least the expected Running: At this stage of the presidential campaign, how the Republican candidates are expected to perform in the race has the greatest importance.; CAMPAIGN 1996