1984 Elections Mondale vs Reagan. President Reagan faced no opposition to his renomination as the 1984 Republican Presidential candidate.
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His inept performance brought into the open the hitherto unmentioned issue of Reagan’s age (73), and for a brief interval the Democrats took heart.
The United States presidential election of 1984 was the 50th quadrennial presidential election. It was held on Tuesday, November 6, 1984. The contest was between the incumbent President Ronald Reagan from California, the Republican candidate...
1984 presidential election issues More translation. Presidential Candidates 1984 Election.
President Ronald Reagan was still popular and approved of by the time came for him to be reelected. While Reagan easily won the Republican nomination with hardly any dissent, Democrats searched hard to find a candidate they thought could win.
The United States presidential election of 1984 was held on Tuesday, November 6. The contest was between the incumbent President Ronald Reagan as
Nominating Speech Speakers (President): General Election Controversies/Issues: War-peace issue; Growing deficit; Age issue (Reagan’s age).
In the seven presidential elections since Reagan’s 1984 landslide, however, no candidate has received as much as 55% of the two-party popular vote, a 10-point spread.