Victor, Kirk
September 2000
National Journal;9/09/2000, Vol. 32 Issue 37, p2798
Focuses on the decision of United States (U.S.) Vice President Al Gore in choosing Connecticut Senator Joe Lieberman as his running mate for the U.S. 2000 elections. Reason for picking a running mate from the senate; Information on other senators who were chosen to be running mates of previous presidential candidates; Scrutiny faced by Lieberman from the media.


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