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Albert Gore Jr (D) GORE EXPLAINS PRIORITIES IN SECOND DEBATE
Would Make Education No. 1 Priority, Ensure That Prosperity Benefits All Families  (10/12/00)
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George W Bush (R) GOVERNOR CONTINUES TO BUILD ON MOMENTUM
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Question: There has been a great deal of talk of 'middle class' and 'the rich'. What level of income, in specific annual dollar amount, do you consider each to be? Are you personally rich or middle class? Do you understand the concerns of other classes? Submitted from George of Snohomish, Washington through Yahoo! (10/12/00)

Albert Gore Jr Prosperity For All Americans
I want you to know, George, that this race is not about dividing people or pitting people against one another.
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George W. Bush New Prosperity Initiative
George, I believe that we should work to make sure that our nation's prosperity serves a great purpose.
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