More Papers Make Endorsements In Presidential Race p.3

By: Editorial Staff SINCE THE RESULTS of E&P's Quadrennial Presidential Poll were published on Oct. 26, a number of newspapers have endorsed Bob Dole or Bill Clinton.
The additional endorsements leading to the Nov. 5 election brought the number of newspapers supporting Dole's candidacy to 122, with a total circulation of 7,475,578, and the number of papers supporting Clinton to 80, with a total circulation of 8,287,436.
Newspapers endorsing Dole included: the Washington Times; Detroit News; Dallas Morning News; Fort Worth (Texas) Star-Telegram; Houston Chronicle; Milwaukee Journal Sentinel; Kansas City (Mo.) Star; Hutchinson (Kan.) News; Clarion-Ledger, of Jackson, Miss.; Cincinnati Enquirer; and the Boise, Idaho Statesman.
Newspapers supporting Clinton included: the New York Times; Boston Globe; San Francisco Examiner; Philadelphia Inquirer; Des Moines (Iowa) Register; Honolulu Advertiser; Charlotte (N.C.) Observer; News & Record of Greensboro, N.C.; the Times of Shreveport, La.; Maine Sunday Telegram in Portland; Hartford (Conn.) Courant; Seattle Post-Intelligencer; Asbury Park Press of Neptune, N.J.; Courier-News of Bridgewater, N.J.; and the Record of Bergen County, N.J.


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