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Albert Gore Jr (D) PROSPERITY FOR ALL: VOTERS FACE BIG CHOICES ON NOVEMBER 7TH
Al Gore Will Make the Responsible Choices to Extend Prosperity for All  (11/02/00)
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George W Bush (R) BRINGING AMERICA TOGETHER TO MODERNIZE MEDICARE...
Under Governor Bush’s plan, seniors will control their health care not the government...  (11/02/00)
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Ralph Nader (Gre)
Ralph Nader Not Yet Participating  (11/02/00)
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Patrick Buchanan Want Reform? Vote Reform  (11/02/00)

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Question: I think the United States is one of the world's most forward-thinking, family-oriented nations, which runs counter to the fact that we do not have a paid maternity leave policy. Would you support such a policy? Submitted from Anna of Chicago, Illinois through iVillage.com (11/02/00)

Albert Gore Jr Helping Parents Balance Work And Family
Your question raises a serious issue.
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George W. Bush I Propose More Options For Parents
I believe that government should help parents and empower families.
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Patrick Buchanan Family Friendly Economy
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