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The 1996 National Convention of the United States Democratic Party was held from August 26 to August 29, 1996 in Chicago, Illinois. Lyndon LaRouche, a political activist from New Hampshire, unsuccessfully ran for the nomination of the Democratic Party presidential candidate. The Party nominated President Bill Clinton and Vice President Al Gore for reelection and they won against Republican nominees Bob Dole and Jack Kemp in the November 1996 presidential election.
The Democratic National Convention is held every four years by the United States Democratic Party to nominate presidential candidates.