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Albert Gore Jr (D) BIG CHOICES ON THE ECONOMY: AT THE KITCHEN TABLE
AL GORE DISCUSSES ECONOMY WITH MISSOURI CONSTRUCTION WORKERS, FATHERS  (10/26/00)
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George W Bush (R) ISNíT IT TIME FOR RESPONSIBLE LEADERSHIP?
Gov. Bush would confront the tough problems -- not to pass them on to next generation  (10/26/00)
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Question: In four years I will be entering college, and I am wondering what you plan to do to make college more affordable to middle- and low-income families. Do you plan to introduce more scholarships and grants to kids whose families can't afford college? Submitted from Carly of Stuyvesant High School through Youth-e-Vote (10/26/00)

Albert Gore Jr Helping Families Pay And Save For College
Iím not satisfied when hard-working students in middle-class families can't afford a college education.
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George W. Bush Governor Bush will make a college education more attainable for all Americans
Carly, I appreciate your question and I am glad that you are making the decision to go to college.
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