So far, Paul Tsongas is the only official candidate in the running for the 1992 Democratic nomination, but other politicians are quietly positioning themselves for a late entry. Here's where they stand:
The Ivy League West Virginia Senator is stumping to promote health-care reform, and he's adopting a backslapping bonhomie with power brokers.
The Arkansas Governor is cultivating a mainstream image as head of the centrist Democratic Leadership Council.
The Iowa Senator has won huzzahs for his fiery defense of liberal values, which could help in his home state's caucuses. But he won't win...