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10A - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, November 6, 1996

CAMPAIGN '96

Re r ge: The Numbers Game

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CLINTON
Continued from Page IA
Clinton appeared outside the Old
Statehouse in Little Rock around mid-
night to claim his victory and thank his
supporters, joined by Vice President
Gore and their families and cheered by
thousands of jubilant supporters.
The president declared that the results
proved that the "vital American center is
alive and well" and claimed that the
results of the election "affirmed our
course" politically. "Americans have told
every one of us - Democrats,
Republicans and independents - loud
and clear, it is time to put politics aside,
join together and get the job done for
America's future;" Clinton said.
Dole, appearing surprisingly upbeat
and refreshed despite a 96-hour
marathon that concluded his campaign,
conceded about 11:30 p.m. last night
before a cheering throng of supporters
at a Washington hotel. His appearance
came about an hour after placing a tele-
phone call of congratulations to the
president in Little Rock.
"I have said repeatedly in this cam-
paign that the president was my oppo-
nent, not my enemy," Dole said. "And I
wish him well and I pledge my support
in whatever advances the cause of a bet-

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Hawaii: (Clinton) 4

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States for Clinton (30)
States for Dole (17)

375
(270 needed to win)

148

Undetermined as of 4 a.m.

ter America."
Staffers for the
M i c h i g a n
Dole/Kemp cam-
paign did not easi-
ly give up hope of
a Dole victory.
At 9:15 p.m.,
the staffers still
contended that
Dole could win.
"I couldn't con-
sider my boss
down," said
Dole/Kemp staffer
Kevin Stotts.

AP RHUMU
Dole took 17 states as of early this
morning, but was far short of a victory.
capture the mood here in Michigan"
Engler said.
Engler said Clinton didn't just take
credit for efforts that weren't his he
absorbed Republican agendas.
"The Republican message is -alive
and well and strong and vibrant -alive
and well and borrowed," Engler said.
As he did four years ago, the president
won victories in every region .of the
country. Clinton sailed to a near-sweep
through th
nation's industria
heartland, the area
nded to an that Dole once
l sponsored by believed held, the
yesterday. Of key to his hopes
's, 69 respond but where he never
dented the presi-
dent's early leads.
70.0% Clinton also
Ip: 23.4% captured
Date: 3.0% California, the
3.6% nation's bigges*
state where Dole
invested millions
of dollars in a last-minute push to

Exit Poll
798 students respo
unscientific exit pol
The Michigan Daily
those student voter
ed to the presidenti
Bill Clinton/Al Gore
Bob Dole/Jack Kem
Ross Perot/Pat Ch
Other:

When Dole conceded, staffers were
visibly upset by the news.
"I guess I'm just disappointed," said
Dole/Kemp staffer Susan Schafer. "I
don't think the better man got elected."
Michigan Gov. John Engler said it
was easy to articulate what went wrong
with the Dole/Kemp campaign.
"Democrats got more votes is what
went wrong'" he said.
Engler said Clinton won by taking
credit for Republican successes.
"The Clinton campaign was able to

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appeared to make little difference in the
final results.
Republicans gathered in Lansing said
they tried to focus on "the positives.'
Engler said the Republcian majority
.in the U.S. Senate also bodes well for
the party. "It positions us well," he said.-
"We'll have a tax-cutting majorityif
Congress."
Republicans must start looking ahead
to the 1998 elections, Engler said.
"We've got a lot of work to do," he said.

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