Mr. Browne received one percent of the popular vote today. He talked to supporters tonight and conceded defeat.
Mr. Phillips, in conceding defeat in his presidential bid, thanked his supporters and pointed out that he used no contributions in his campaign
On the steps of the Old State House where he celebrated victory four years ago, President Clinton called for bipartisanship and recalled the accomplishments of his first term. He also thanked his wife, his daughter Chelsea, Vice President Gore and other relatives, friends and staff members. He invoked his campaign theme of building a bridge to the 21st century, saying that ...the U.S. must be committed to making better opportunities for children and families. Prior to the president's speech, Vice President Gore also thanked family and friends, praised Hillary Rodham Clinton and President Clinton and referred to his efforts to reform the federal government. There were reportedly tens of thousands of supporters at the outdoor rally. Show SummaryShow Full Text
Republican presidential candidate Dole thanked supporters, family and staff members and conceded defeat in the election.
Reform Party presidential candidate Perot addressed Texas supporters and conceded defeat in the election.
President Clinton and the first lady were shown entering the polling place to vote in their hometown of Little Rock. They were accompanied by their daughter Chelsea.
Senator Dole, Elizabeth Dole and Robin Dole were shown outside their polling place in Russell, Kansas where he spoke with supporters.
On a 96-hour marathon campaign tour, Republican presidential candidate Dole addressed Tennessee supporters at Cotton Eyed Joe Restaurant. The Oak Ridge Boys sang "God Bless America."
On the last day before the 1996 election, President Clinton addressed Iowa supporters. Mrs. Clinton talked about breast cancer research while Senator Harkin talked about Medicare funding and urged voters to go to the polls tomorrow. The president talked about the accomplishments of his administration, his economic policy and other issues. There were signs on the stage saying, ..."Every Vote Counts" and "Meeting America's Challenges." After the rally, the president could be seen greeting members of the crowd. Show SummaryShow Full Text
Mr. Perot spoke to a crowd of student supporters at St. Mary's College on the last day before the election. He urged them to "fire" President Clinton by voting for Perot tomorrow. He criticized the president's ethics, pointing out possible criminal charges against the president and first lady.