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July 25, 2008 | Kate Linthicum
Terry McAuliffe is known for being loyal. As Hillary Rodham Clinton's longtime friend and campaign manager, he battled on her behalf until the bitter end of her quest for the Democratic presidential nomination. So the former Democratic Party chairman made waves this week when he told a crowd of Virginia Democrats the politician he thought Barack Obama should choose as his vice presidential running mate. It wasn't Clinton -- a possible clue that the senator from New York had been bumped from Obama's list of potential VPs. Instead, according to the Falls Church News-Press:mcauliffe-touts-kaine-for-v-p-in-fairfax-talk&catid=13 :news-stories&Itemid=76, McAuliffe pointed to Virginia Gov. Tim Kaine.
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NEWS
September 11, 2013 | By Michael A. Memoli
WASHINGTON -- First Lady Michelle Obama will headline a San Francisco fundraiser next month to benefit congressional Democrats' campaign arm, an early foray into the midterm campaign for one of the party's top surrogates. Obama will join House Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi for the "Women's Brunch" on Oct. 13 at the Fairmont Hotel, according to an invitation obtained by the Los Angeles Times. Ticket prices range from $500 for one seat to $32,000 for a couple including VIP reception.
NEWS
October 10, 2013 | By Evan Halper
WASHINGTON -- In the contentious Virginia gubernatorial race, which has been dominated by accusations and counter-accusations of unsavory business dealings, the campaigns are constantly accusing one another of spreading false information. But on Wednesday night, it was not a campaign, but a major national news organization that put out the wrong facts. The Associated Press published a story that threatened to be extremely damaging to the campaign of Democrat Terry McAuliffe, who enjoys a comfortable lead in the polls.
NEWS
September 26, 1999 | From Associated Press
President Clinton and First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton have abandoned plans to accept a friend's loan guarantee and are seeking a conventional mortgage for the $1.7-million home they want to buy in suburban New York, a source said Saturday. The Clintons hope to complete a new financing arrangement by Nov. 1, their original closing date, said the source, who is familiar with the Clintons' financial planning and who spoke on condition of anonymity.
NATIONAL
September 25, 2002 | From Associated Press
Prominent Democrats stepped gingerly Tuesday around former Vice President Al Gore's criticism of President Bush's policy on Iraq. Gore's vice presidential running mate of two years ago, Sen. Joseph I. Lieberman (D-Conn.), said he did not agree that action against Iraq could detract from the overall fight against terrorism. "I respectfully disagree with that part of it," he said. "I am confident the American military can do, and will do, both at once." Senate Majority Leader Tom Daschle (D-S.D.
NATIONAL
September 18, 2004 | From Associated Press
Ralph Nader is back on Florida's ballot -- probably for good this time. The Florida Supreme Court ruled 6 to 1 Friday that he could run as the Reform Party presidential candidate in the November election. The decision met today's deadline for mailing 25,000 ballots to overseas voters, most of them military personnel, and ended a dizzying two weeks during which Nader was on and off the ballot.
NATIONAL
April 21, 2004 | From Associated Press
Democrats have scored one small, belated victory in the 2000 presidential recount. President Bush's 2000 campaign has agreed to pay a $90,000 civil fine for failing to disclose fundraising and spending to the Federal Election Commission for its effort to win the Florida recount, the FEC said Tuesday. The campaign paid the fine to settle the case, which resulted from a complaint by Democratic National Committee Chairman Terry McAuliffe.
NATIONAL
September 5, 2004 | From staff and wire reports
Some things are just bigger than politics. As Bill Clinton awaited open-heart surgery Saturday in a New York hospital, Vice President Dick Cheney -- who once considered running against Clinton for the presidency -- called the former president Saturday to wish him well and share his own experience with heart disease. Cheney told reporters traveling aboard Air Force Two that he had a brief conversation with the ailing Clinton. "I just called to let him know we're thinking about him," Cheney said.
NATIONAL
May 30, 2003 | From Associated Press
The Democratic National Committee backed off plans to lay off 10 black workers Thursday, a day after outraged black party leaders complained about a reduction in minority staffers. Black party leaders placed angry calls to DNC Chairman Terry McAuliffe after they were given a list of 10 staffers who would be cut to save money and boost the campaign fund for the party's presidential nominee.
NEWS
July 26, 2001 | From Associated Press
The words emblazoned on millions of tax refund checks the government is sending out read a lot like a Republican political slogan to the head of the Democratic National Committee. The checks for up to $300 for individuals, $500 for heads of households and $600 for married couples filing jointly include this upbeat phrase: "Tax relief for America's workers."
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