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Republican Party candidates George H. W. Bush and Dan Quayle ran for reelection in the 1992 presidential elections. Their opponents were the Democratic Party Candidates Bill Clinton and Al Gore. At the time of this presidential campaign, Bush was the 41st President of the United States and Quayle was the 44th US Vice President alongside Bush. The early 1990s economic recession, the aftermath of the Persian Gulf War, and the tax increase had negatively impacted Bush’s popularity at the time of re-election. Bush received only 168 electoral votes while Clinton won the race with 370.