Republicans to their senses Dole's big sweep: Republican voters return to basic themes championed by Kansas senator.
Alexander, Lugar withdraw from GOP presidential race Both throw their support behind front-runner Dole
Dole is poised to win majority of New York delegates Kemp's backing of Forbes is not expected to swing vote in today's primary
Trustworthy, loyal and helpful, Scoutmaster Dole covers the trail
Dole sweeps eight states Cummings captures 7th; Buchanan falls short in every contest, including key Georgia; Alexander, Lugar to quit; Majority leader appears to have GOP nomination cornered; CAMPAIGN 1996
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
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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.
Candidates dash from state to state for delegates Primaries and caucuses pile up as hopefuls' time and money run short; 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
Forbes wins Ariz. stunner Dole captures the Dakotas; Unexpected result throws GOP race into new turmoil; Alexander a weak fourth; Buchanan ties Dole for 2nd in Western winner-take-all; CAMPAIGN 1996
Forbes' lone campaigning pays off as he wins 12 delegates in Delaware Dole finishes second, Buchanan is third; CAMPAIGN 1996
Republicans divided Buchanan's surge: GOP Establishment challenged as it has not been since 1964.
A Buchanan olive branch, and a warning to the GOP 'Keep your door open,' he tells party leaders, or Clinton will win; CAMPAIGN 1996
The numbers game
Dick Lugar: A clean candidate on a dirty battlefield
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
White House endorses multimillion-dollar Everglades restoration Project would attempt to erase decades of human intervention
All eyes on New Hampshire Nasty GOP contest: Alexander challenging Dole and Buchanan as the mud flies.; CAMPAIGN 1996
Class struggle in the Grand Old Party
Everybody deplores negative advertising -- they only do it because it works
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
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
Thoughtful men going nowhere Well-qualified: Lamar Alexander and Sen. Richard G. Lugar are two of the most qualified men running for the GOP nomination. Yet they have failed to ignite the voters in a campaign in which the key ingredient is money.
Keyes stirs a devoted following with oratory GOP candidate decries abortion, moral decay on shoestring campaign
GOP campaign shifts focus after La. Buchanan's win puts the spotlight on social issues; CAMPAIGN 1996
Maryland's wait-and-see primary State's role depends on outcome of Iowa, N.H. contests
Forbes is committed to 'star wars' defense If he does well, issue could become a factor in race; CAMPAIGN 1996
Flat tax plans count on the lure of simplicity
Flat tax foibles GOP boobytrap: Like Medicare, it would offend multitudes of middle class voters.
Steve Forbes in second place Money magic: Magazine magnate spends millions, trails only Dole in GOP race.
GOP race could be over almost as soon as it starts Early caucuses, primaries to be key
Lugar takes up the serious issues is anybody listening?
Candidates putting spin on the Net New homes: Although use of the Internet by presidential candidates is relatively new, all the major players in the 1996 campaign have set up headquarters on the World Wide Web.
Nine in GOP vying in Md. to be president March 5 primary ballot would include a record number of Republicans
Released Nixon papers include Dole bids for favors
Where Dole got his boost PAC he set up to aid GOP candidates may have skirted rules; CAMPAIGN 1996
Just when the candidates need money, Uncle Sam is ready with IOUs
Coming soon from the Archives Nixon data: On Republican presidential candidates; thanks to a 'Friend of Bill'?
Phil Gramm wins handily in presidential straw poll Dole and Alexander trail by nearly 2-to-1 margin; CAMPAIGN 1996
Gramm wins poll of Maryland GOP He beats Dole 2-1 in vote by Republican activists; CAMPAIGN 1996
GOP candidates scramble to make Bosnia work for them as an issue
The president must be supported U.S. prestige on the line: Dole pushes GOP to take internationalist stance.