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Vice President of the United States under Bill Clinton (born in 1948)

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Bush y Albert Gore fue minima y el resultado se definio con unos cuantos votos del estado de Florida.
USA: Albert Gore III, the 21-year-old son of former US Vice President Al Gore must complete substance abuse counselling as part of a pre-trial diversion programme to settle a marijuana possession charge.
Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia's son Eugene, now a Labor Department solicitor, used to work for the same law firm that represented President George Bush the Second, not to be confused with President George Bush the First, during the election-year lawsuit that ended the aspirations of Senator Albert Gore the Younger, whose own father, Senator Albert Gore the Elder, was a contemporary of the late Senator Birch Bayh, father of current Senator Evan Bayh; just as Connecticut Senator Thomas Dodd was the father of Connecticut Senator Christopher Dodd, and Representative John Dingell the father of Representative John Dingell, whose party, by the way, is now headed by Senator Nancy Pelosi, whose father, Thomas D'Alesandro Jr.
You just think, my goodness, we could be dealing with Albert Gore at this time.
The Gore experience is a good one to test these notions because Albert Gore (1) has been highly active in the Clinton administration, (2) has demonstrated a basic loyalty to President Clinton (even in times of scandal) but also has been given a high public profile by the administration,(2) and (3) has won the strong support of the outgoing president for his presidential aspirations.
El Tribunal Supremo de EU rechazo (por cinco votos a cuatro) la semana pasada la posibilidad de un nuevo recuento manual en Florida, tal como solicitaba el democrata Albert Gore.
The son of Senator Albert Gore, an up-from-poverty child of the Depression, Gore had been a virtual grown-up since he was a child, raised to perform in the company of important adults.
All these years distant, the son emulates Hull, too, and not just in terms of style: "Many of Hull's basic political convictions--his belief in progressive taxation, internationalism, and free trade were bequeathed to Albert Gore," the authors note, "and then to son Al.
As James Adams put it in an October 13, 1996, London Times story, "Reporters all knew[ldots]that Albert Gore III, the 13-year-old son of the vice-president, had been suspended from school earlier this year for smoking marijuana.
Bush ganaria la nominacion del Partido Republicano con facilidad y barreria en las elecciones presidenciales de noviembre al vicepresidente Albert Gore.
Address it to the Honorable Albert Gore, vice president of the United States and Democratic presidential nominee.
Cutting to the chase therein, Novak wondered if Trumka's emergence at the side of Democrat presidential candidate Albert Gore Jr.
In contrast, he views less favorably, as reflecting the bureaucratic polyarchy he opposes, the environmental studies by Albert Gore and by the World Watch Institute's State of the World.
Politics was close at hand: it was Vice President and presidential candidate Albert Gore who announced the administration's plans.
On biotechnology, Vice President Albert Gore typifies Washington's scientifically challenged ways.