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The Michigan Daily- Monday, February 17, 1992- Page 7

DEBATE
Continued from page 1
end focused on the economic recov-
ery plan he put before Congress
last week. Bush encouraged voters
to put pressure on Congress to pass
the plan by the March 20 deadline
he set forth in his State of the
Union address last month.
"I sent a comprehensive plan to

Congress," Bush said. "This plan
includes deductions for student
loans, a tax relief provision for
families with children - it's
there.
"I've broken out seven propos-
als that will have an immediate ef-
fect on stimulating the economy,"
he said.
The most recent polls show
Tsongas with as much as a 10-point

lead over his nearest competitor in
the state. Republican polls show
Bush with approximately a 60 per-
cent to 30 percent lead over chal-
lenger Pat Buchanan.
Political analysts have said any
percentage over 30 for Buchanan
would be a major concern to the
President.

CUOMO
Continued from page 1
the choices. In polls where
Cuomo's name is offered as a
choice, his support has run as high
as 9 percent.
Supporters, once discouraged,
said they are extremely enthusias-
tic about the swelling of
momentum.
"I'm encouraged," said Kate
Duval, a Manchester resident who
joined the movement in January. "I
think we're looking pretty good in
the polls, I mean considering the
circumstances. j h
Duval said she joined the move-

ment for two reasons.
"When, on December 20, he said
he couldn't run, I was very upset
and disappointed," she said. "And
when I started looking at the other
Democrats, none of them made me
enthusiastic.
"Then, my husband and I de-
cided that if he couldn't campaign,
we would campaign for him," she
said.
Press from all three major net-
works, CNN, and members of the
local media outlets from across the
country attended the event.
Jim Kiepper, a political biogra-
pher at the State University of

New York at Albany who has cov-
ered Cuomo extensively, attributes
all of the attention to the fact that
the "Draft Cuomo" campaign is a
novelty.
"All of the other candidates
have been covered. This is just the
newest thing," he said.
Regardless, Cuomo supporters
remain excited.
"The governor has the best pro-
gram," Massachusetts resident
George Degrasse said. "I think he's
a little like Churchill in one re-
spect - he's willing to give his
blood, sweat, and tears for this
country."

AP PHOTO
Democratic presidential hopeful Gov. Bill Clinton of Arkansas waves to supporters during a rally at Nashua's
Fairgrounds Junior High School late Saturday night. Clinton is campaigning for the Feb.18 New Hampshire Primary.

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