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From July 13-16, 1992, members of the democratic party of the United States met in New York City to nominate a candidate for the 1992 presidential election. Arkansas Governor Bill Clinton was seen as the leading contender, and was formally nominated by New York Governor Mario Cuomo. After winning by 3,372 votes, Clinton chose Tennessee Senator Al Gore as his running mate, making them the youngest ticket in the 20th century. This button features the images of democratic candidate Bill Clinton and New York Governor Mario Cuomo.
Library of Congress, (n.d.). Democratic National Political Conventions 1832-2008, retrieved from https://www.loc.gov/rr/main/polcon/democraticindex.html.