So far, this presidential campaign has been free of dirty tricks. But in trying to get voters to stick to their side, the candidates occasionally engage in the tacky.
In a speech, John McCain pleads for a campaign free of personal attacks; his staff hands out flyers titled McCain's Mature Vision for America's Future vs. Bush's Political Plan for the 2000 Election. He later apologizes for the "cheap shot."
Gary Bauer offers select donors a chance to peek at the McCaugheys' septuplets for $250.
The Gore campaign dispatches 6-ft. "Corn Man" to protest Bill Bradley's agriculture policy, a human...