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Richard A. Gephardt

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  • Burris borrows a senior aide from Reid

     
    by Jill Zuckman Sen. Roland Burris (D-Ill.), who arrived in Washington without any staff to back him up, has just snagged his first high-profile hire. Darrel Thompson, senior adviser to Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, will become Burris's chief of........
  • Chicagoan Susman to UK as ambassador?

     
    by John McCormick President Barack Obama will soon name a Chicagoan and one of his top political fundraisers to a plum ambassadorship, according to reports in the British press. Louis Susman, a veteran fundraiser who served as Sen. John Kerry's......
  • Gephardt, Thompson: Resetting health

     
    by Mark Silva Dick Gephardt, the Democratic former majority leader of the House who has run for president, and Tommy Thompson, the Republican former governor of Wisconsin and ex-secretary of Health and Human Services who also harbored presidential...
  • Obama's 'public option:' Alive, well...

     
    by Noam Levey and Janet Hook Despite months of outward ambivalence about creating a government health insurance plan, the Obama White House has launched a behind-the-scenes campaign to get divided Senate Democrats to take up some version of the idea......
  • Super, but not Duper, Tuesday

    Before there was Super-Duper Tuesday, there was plain old Super Tuesday, the Southern state primary-packed March contest that aimed to make or break presidential candidates. See what The Times editorial board had to say about the campaign gauntlet and...
  • Mission: Joe Lieberman Promises A Distinctive Presidential Campaign

    Joe Lieberman Monday came back to the place where his dreams were born and told old friends and supporters he plans to pursue the ultimate American dream, a run for president. His words and demeanor at Stamford High School reflected the trademark...
  • Kerry surge takes Iowa

    Sen. John Kerry of Massachusetts surged to victory in the Iowa caucuses on Jan. 19 as he and a surprisingly strong Sen. John Edwards of North Carolina wounded Howard Dean in the first contest of the Democratic presidential race, profoundly reshaping the...
  • Times Profile: Nancy Pelosi

    The day Nancy Plosi made history, the day Democrats made her their leader in the House of Representatives, she stepped from the Cannon Caucus Room flashing a high-beam smile that nearly outshone the television floodlights. Congressional leadership...
  • Election 2002: State-by-State Results

    Here are the results of elections around the nation Tuesday. Not all returns were available at press time. ALABAMA Governor: Democratic Gov. Donald Siegelman won reelection over Republican Rep. Bob Riley. Senate: Republican Sen. Jeff Sessions held...