By: Editorial Staff
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS won the 1993 Pulitzer Prize in feature photography, making this the third year in a row that AP has been honored with a Pulitzer in photography.
Ten AP photographers share the prize for their images of the 1992 presidential campaign.
AP was also nominated for its coverage of the famine, war and relief effort in Somalia.
The winners and the news bureaus in which they work were Scott Applewhite, Greg Gibson, Doug Mills and Marcy Nighswander ? Washington; Richard Drew ? New York City; David Longstreath ? Oklahoma City; Amy Sancetta ? Philadelphia; Stephan Savoia ? Boston; Reed Saxon ? Los Angeles; and Lynne Sladky ? Miami.
Some of their work appears on this page.
?President-elect Clinton and wife Hillary were photographed by Doug Mills during a happy moment in Little Rock.
?AP photographer David Longstreath caught President-elect Clinton during a lighter moment as he played the sax with the Central High School band in Macon, Ga.
?AP photographer Greg Gibson captured President Bush holding up a baby as he was greeted by supporters upon his arrival in Dalton, Ga., last August.
?Ross Perot laughs in response to reporters’ questions prior to his entry in the presidential race. The photo was taken by AP photographer Richard Drew.
?Presidential hopeful Clinton addresses members of the media at a rally as U.S. Rep. Joseph Kennedy looks on in this AP photo by Stephan Savoia.