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1. New Hampshire Home-style!
2. 'Bama Governor Backs Gore
3. Tipper "whips up" California Dems!
4. From The Heartland to the Southland
5. ...And Many More

1. New Hampshire Home-style!

From a Concord diner to living rooms in Manchester and Nashua, Vice President Gore talked with the people of New Hampshire in a weekend trip that was fantastic. There was breakfast at the Capital City Diner in Concord and living room visits in Concord, Manchester, and Nashua. The Concord Monitor quotes the Vice President:

"I'd like you to vote for me. I'd like you to speak for me, to convince your neighbors that this is the campaign they should support," he said. "Then I want you to help me send a message all across New Hampshire and all across our country. If you do not want to see revolutionary improvements in our systems, go support some other candidate. If you do...then support Al Gore in the year 2000."

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2. 'Bama Governor Backs Gore

Alabama Governor Don Siegelman is standing with Vice President Gore. The endorsement came Monday in Birmingham. Here's what the Governor had to say about the VP:

"Al Gore is a man who turns the great knowledge he possesses into solutions for our future. That is what I call a leader. I also call him my friend. I am very proud to have a fellow son of the South as the Vice President of the United States. But nothing could make me prouder than to have this son of the South, my friend, as the next President of the United States of America."

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3. Tipper "whips up" California Dems!

With President Clinton dealing with the Kosovo crisis, Tipper Gore filled in for him at the California Democratic Party Convention in Sacramento. According to the AP, Mrs. Gore "charmed delegates" with her "disarming, folksy demeanor". She then "whipped up Democratic activists with a speech" on the economy. She said: "The other party's agenda is based on ideas from 1822. This is going to be an all-out battle for the direction the country's going to go in".

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4. From the Heartland to the Southland

Today, Vice President Gore announced that Jackie Dycke will serve as Gore 2000 political director in Iowa. Jackie recently served as finance director and inaugural director for the Iowa Governor Tom Vilsack's '98 campaign. Previously, she worked for Vice President Gore as Scheduler and was Director of Scheduling and Advance for HUD Secretary Andrew Cuomo.

Vice President Gore also named Stuart Brunson as Gore 2000 finance director for Tennessee. Stuart comes to us from a Nashville public relations firm. Stuart previously worked on the Clinton/Gore '92 and '96 campaigns. He also served on Al Gore's Senate staff.

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5. ...And Many More

Tomorrow is Vice President Gore's 51st Birthday. Please join Gore 2000 in wishing the Vice President a very Happy Birthday.

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