No ad victory in 2000 race for Bush, Gore

Teinowitz, Ira
October 2000
Advertising Age;10/30/2000, Vol. 71 Issue 45, p12
Trade Publication
The article discusses the high number of television advertisements for United States presidential candidates Al Gore and George W. Bush, especially in battleground states. The television advertisements focused on Social Security, health care, taxes and education. Gore and Bush took different approaches in campaigning towards advertising.


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