In 1992, President George Bush of the Republican Party defeats Democratic challenger William J. Clinton to earn a second term as President of the United States. The following timeline explores what changes would have occurred as a result.
Point of Divergence
On July 16, 1992, Ross Perot drops out of the race and does not reenter. Most of his supporters throw their support behind President George Bush. Despite vigorous campaigning between the incumbent president and Arkansas Governor Bill Clinton, President Bush narrowly defeated Clinton with 296 electoral votes against 242.