George W. Bush Wins Republican Primaries in Virginia, Washington State; Also Takes North Dakota Caucuses

August 2017
Campaign 2000;8/1/2017, p27
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Presents Texas Governor George W. Bush's victories in Virginia, Washington, and North Dakota Republican primaries, held on February 29, 2000. Voting results; Possible mistakes made by contender Arizona Senator John McCain.


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