Selling Gore

Shileds, Todd
September 2000
Brandweek;09/18/2000, Vol. 41 Issue 36, pE24
Trade Publication
Discusses the media strategy used by the political campaign of Democratic presidential candidate Al Gore for the 2000 national elections in the United States. Members of his advertising team; Features of his television commercials; Factors affecting his public image.


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