The 1992 Presidential election was a significant political event in the United States. It was a contest between the incumbent Republican President George H.W. Bush, Democratic nominee Bill Clinton, and independent candidate Ross Perot. The election was held on November 3, 1992.
The election was marked by a struggling U.S. economy, which was in a recession. President Bush, despite having high approval ratings following the Gulf War, saw his popularity plummet due to the economic downturn. Many Americans felt that Bush was out of touch with their problems. This economic discontent was… Read more