Reform Party Special
Reform Party founder Ross Perot has won his party's nomination for president, beating challenger Dick Lamm by a two-to-one margin. He delivered his acceptance speech Sunday evening in Valley Forge, Penn. at the second half of the party's split convention. He has not yet announced his running mate.
Perot won 19 percent of the popular presidential vote in 1992, but recent polls show Perot running a distant third behind President Bill Clinton and Republican nominee Bob Dole.
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