Clinton may have taken the cake in the showdown against Dad-President/President-Dad George H. W. Bush, but what Ross Perot did was even more impressive.
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The 1992 election is the first in United States history to observe a latent gender gap in the presidential vote. Amidst accusations of having dodged the draft, smoked marijuana, and had an affair with Gennifer Flowers, George Clinton was still able to pull the win out from under George H. W. Bush, whose strength in foreign policy was less useful to Post-Cold-War America. A notable third party candidate, Ross Perot, is often the most remembered aspect of this wacky election. The billionaire businessman amassed 19% of the national vote by asking for $5.00 donations on Larry King Live, and through a series of infomercials.