October 20, 2000 |
As a purely financial creature, Sen. Joseph I. Lieberman may be the least noteworthy of the four men at the top of the Democratic and Republican national tickets. The Connecticut lawmaker hasn't owned a piece of a major league baseball team like George W. Bush, held tobacco and mining interests like Al Gore or cashed in millions of dollars of corporate stock options like Dick Cheney.
October 22, 2000 |
The two men vying for the vice presidency have each confessed the same suspicion: the possibility that their wives may be more popular than they are. Joseph I. Lieberman and Dick Cheney may have developed the idea from the way crowds react: cheers, shouts, signs that read only "Hadassah" or "Lynne."
June 22, 2003 |
The rain starts to fall just as the gold SUV carrying Sen. Joe Lieberman rolls up to the curb at Ingersoll Avenue and 26th Street. But not to worry -- an aide is at the ready with an open umbrella. The supporters are dry and stationed inside and all is going according to plan this recent Sunday as the Connecticut Democrat arrives to open his presidential campaign headquarters here. If only he weren't so many months late.
December 9, 2003 |
Joe Lieberman's troubled presidential campaign at least is getting homier. Hoping to telegraph his commitment to this state's first-in-the-nation primary on Jan. 27 -- and to provide a roof for the large family entourage that stumps for him here -- the Democratic senator from Connecticut plans to move into an apartment not far from his Elm Street campaign headquarters. The two-bedroom, one-bath apartment is located in a low-rise, red-brick complex in downtown Manchester.
August 9, 2000 |
Making their debut as running mates, Al Gore and Joseph I. Lieberman vowed Tuesday to expand America's prosperity, renew its "moral center" and lead the way toward a more tolerant society. At a spirited midday rally in downtown Nashville, the vice president formally introduced the two-term Connecticut senator--and the first Jew ever chosen for a major party ticket--as a close personal friend and political soul mate who shares his values and vision.
January 19, 2004 |
Singer Joan Jett and comedian Janeane Garofalo joined Howard Dean on Sunday evening for a high-spirited campaign rally, but the big draw of the day was another woman who's less well-known: his wife. Judith Steinberg Dean, an internist who runs her own practice in Shelbourne, Vt., spoke for fewer than five minutes at two rallies during a surprise visit to Iowa.