Frist, Daschle seek to highlight poverty

Wurman, Ilan
June 2007
Hill;6/12/2007, Vol. 14 Issue 69, p14
The article reports on the launching of the "ONE Vote' 08," an initiative by former Senate Majority Leaders Bill Frist and Tom Daschle to raise awareness of global poverty in early-primary states in the U.S. The effort is to mobilize primary voters to make the fight against global extreme poverty a key foreign policy in 2008 presidential election. Frist and Daschle will co-chair the campaign which planned to spend a minimum of $30 million on media and mobilization efforts.


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