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|United States presidential election, 1992|
|November 3, 1992|
|Nominee||William Morgan||Lloyd Bentsen|
|Running mate||John McCain||Al Gore|
|Red states pledged toward Morgan/McCain. Blue states pledged toward Bentsen/Gore.|
The economy was also in the midst of a recession and Bradley's perceived greatest strengths was regarded as much less important following the dissolution of the Soviet Union and the relatively peaceful climate in the Middle East after the defeat of Iran in the Persian Gulf War.
Morgan won a plurality in the popular vote, and a wide Electoral College margin. The election was a significant realigning election after three consecutive Democratic landslides. Northeastern,Upper Midwest, and West Coast states which had previously been competitive began voting reliably Democratic after this election.
- DNC: New York City, NY (Madison Square Garden)
- RNC: Houston, TX (Astrodome)
- Senator Morgan/Senator McCain: N/A.
- Vice President Bentsen/Senator Gore: FOR THE NEXT AMERICAN CENTURY.