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  • I Love Al Gore!

    12/13/2002 12:32:26 PM PST · by i bring joy and love · 55 replies · 332+ views
    I LOVE AL GORE! I AM INTERNET! I AM AOL! I AM WORLD WIDE WEB! I WANT FOR AL GORE TO BE KING OF THE UNITED STATES OF THE USA!!! OH MY GAWD! I WANT TO MARRY HIM AND BE HIS PRINCESS QUEEN!
  • TN ELECTIONS: (TN US Rep) Van Hilleary says Bredsen (D) will push Gore bid for presidency

    09/24/2002 5:40:10 AM PDT · by GailA · 9 replies · 240+ views
    The Tennessean ^ | 9/24/02 | Rob Johnson
    <p>Republican gubernatorial candidate Van Hilleary has claimed the National Rifle Association's general election endorsement, and he took the opportunity to suggest that a vote for Phil Bredesen is also a vote for a former Democratic vice president.</p> <p>The NRA cited Hilleary's ''rock-solid'' support for its causes while he has served as Tennessee's 4th District congressman.</p>
  • TN State Rep Davis (R) selling diplomatic passport update: Indictment details plot by lawmaker

    09/07/2002 6:42:31 AM PDT · by GailA · 5 replies · 254+ views
    The Tennessean ^ | 9/7/02 | Duren Cheek
    <p>Passport probe indicates Davis led 'double life'</p> <p>The federal indictment reads like a Hollywood script.</p> <p>Federal prosecutors claim that state Rep. Ronnie Davis, 58, a country-talking school administrator from the East Tennessee mountains, teamed with Diana Dorothy Burton of Murfreesboro and illegally provided forged diplomatic passports to two Texas men in exchange for $100,000.</p>
  • (Owl) Gore Plans Trips to Iowa, N.H. (he's short of money)

    09/05/2002 5:58:21 AM PDT · by GailA · 4 replies · 163+ views
    AP ^ | 9/5/02 | Will Lester
    Gore Plans Trips to Iowa, N.H. By WILL LESTER Associated Press Writer AP/Jacques Boissinot [19K] WASHINGTON (AP) — Al Gore is stepping up his political travels and fund raising after he had to delay paying staffers for his political action committee early this summer, associates said. Gore associates announced Wednesday he will travel to Iowa and New Hampshire during the closing months of the 2002 congressional campaign. His aides say the former vice president was busy with a variety of projects during the summer and then had to cancel several fund-raisers for personal reasons, including two funerals. Gore, who was...
  • Fraud charge lodged against(TN)state legislator Newport's Davis accused in bogus-passport case

    08/31/2002 6:38:38 AM PDT · by GailA · 4 replies · 369+ views
    The Knox News Sentinel ^ | 8/30/02 | Tom Humphrey
    Fraud charge lodged against state legislator Newport's Davis accused in bogus-passport case By Tom Humphrey, News-Sentinel Nashville bureau August 31, 2002 NASHVILLE - State Rep. Ronnie Davis, R-Newport, and a "personal companion" were accused Friday of fraud, extortion and money laundering in a scheme involving fake diplomatic passports. The federal grand jury indictment levies 13 charges against Davis, 58, an 18-year veteran of the Legislature who served several terms as assistant Republican leader. Diana Dorothy Burton, a former division director in the state Department of Employment Security, was named in the 13 counts and charged with an additional two counts...
  • TN ELECTIONS: Tennessee GOP uses anti-gore campaign

    08/14/2002 5:45:45 AM PDT · by GailA · 8 replies · 413+ views
    The Knox News Sentinel ^ | 8/14/02 | Bill Poovey
    Tennessee GOP uses anti-Gore campaign By Bill Poovey, Associated Press WINCHESTER, Tenn. - Republicans starting the fall campaigns in Tennessee are firing up supporters with a challenge to finish Al Gore politically on Nov. 5 even though he's not on the ballot this year. The 76-year-old mother of GOP gubernatorial candidate Van Hilleary was among those talking tough about the 2000 Democratic presidential candidate. "If we can get Van into the governorship, it locks one more door to Al Gore," Evelyon Hilleary told cheering Republican activists Monday. "We are going to shut the door on Gore for ever more," she...
  • TN ELECTIONS: How will Bush, Gore play in Tennessee?

    08/11/2002 6:34:41 AM PDT · by GailA · 1 replies · 210+ views
    The Tennessean ^ | 8/11/02 | Terry Quillen
    <p>President Bush and former Vice President Al Gore are political big guns, but how much firepower can either one of them bring to Tennessee's two hottest fall campaigns?</p> <p>The economy and his party's coziness with corporate America could dim the president's radiance some, but all of the media focus on Sept. 11 will give him an undeniable glow here and anywhere else he might hoist the banner for GOP candidates, according to national and local observers.</p>