Analysis: Large convention bounces are unlikely In 2020

Written by Annette

The major party political conventions have historically been the turning point in many campaigns. In 1988, Democrat Michael Dukakis entered the conventions as the frontrunner, only to leave trailing Republican George H.W. Bush. Four years later, Bush was barely ahead of Democrat Bill Clinton, but Clinton left the conventions with an advantage he never gave up.


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