Chicken George (politics)
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Chicken George was a campaign tactic in the 1992 American presidential election, where one or more people in a chicken costume heckled George H. W. Bush, over his refusal to participate in a debate with Democratic candidate Bill Clinton. 
- Chicken Kiev speech
- Commission on Presidential Debates
- Jay Byrne
- United States presidential election debates
- Carville, James; Mary Matalin (1995). All's Fair: Love, War, and Running for President. New York: Touchstone. pp. 350–1. ISBN 0-684-80133-7.
- Schanberg, Sydney (October 4, 1992). "Thank those chickens for the debates". The Sunday Gazette (Schenectady, NY: The Daily Gazette Co.). pp. E2. Retrieved December 12, 2010.