|George H. W. Bush|
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Ross Perot received 19.7 million votes.
|1988 U.S. Presidential Election||1996 U.S. Presidential Election|
The 1992 Presidential Election was the 52nd quadrennial presidential election. It was held on Tuesday, November 3, 1992. After 12 years of Republican rule, A young southern Democrat, Bill Clinton, defeated the Incumbent President George H. W. Bush by a landslide. This election showed that if People use their Brains, they can make a smart decision. Ross Perot helped a lot also, Taking millions of votes away from the Incumbent.
- This was the last time (as of 2017) that Georgia and Montana voted for a Democrat.
- This was the final presidential election where the Republicans mostly used Blue and the Democrats Red. The parties would switch color affiliation in 1996.
- This is the last time as of the 2016 U.S. Presidential Election where the incumbent president was defeated, let's hope Trump gets defeated in 2020 .
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