The behavioral consequences of vice-presidential
debates: Does the undercard have any punch?
The television audience could be the largest for a vice-presidential
debate, surpassing the nearly 57 million who watched in 1984 when then vice-president George Bush, the current president's father, debated with Geraldine Ferraro, the first woman vice-presidential
nominee for a major party.
McCain aides made clear McCain is a long way from picking someone, saying the campaign had not yet even begun to set up process by which to evaluate potential vice-presidential
nominee: 4 T Pawlenty, 6 C Crist, 8 M Sandford, MHuckabee, 12 C Rice, J Lieberman, M Romney, 14 bar.
Discussion: Testifying before Congress in September, vice-presidential
candidate Joseph Lieberman said there was a "culture of carnage" surrounding America's young people.
They expect such lines as ``we need to reaffirm our faith and renew the dedication of our nation and ourselves to God and God's purpose'' to come from the Christian Coalition, not the Democratic vice-presidential
Gore doesn't have a lot of great choices when it comes to vice-presidential
Syarwan did not go into details, but his comments are thought to indicate a move to placate critics urging that next year's general election and presidential and vice-presidential
elections be moved forward.
One such advance woman had much experience in planning vice-presidential
visits but no interest in the host nation.
Ferraro earned a place in history as the first woman vice-presidential
candidate on a national party ticket.
Opposition candidate Gopalkrishna Gandhi congratulated Naidu for winning Vice-Presidential
Presidential candidate and Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte (left) and his Vice-Presidential
candidate Senator Allan Peter Cayetano (right) at the Almendras Gymnasium on Monday afternoon.