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Gore 2000 Launches New Web Site
Los Angeles - August 14, 2000 - From the podium at the Staples Center, Karenna Gore Schiff today announced the launch of AlGore.com. This new site stresses interactivity and facilitates virtual participation in the campaign. Schiff's announcement will be available to voters and press via the Internet. The web site offers voters the opportunity to learn about the values and vision of Al Gore and his running mate, Joe Lieberman. Visitors can participate in an "Interactive Town Hall" or study up on the most important issues facing working families.
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United Auto Workers Endorse Gore
Union, Gore Fighting for America's Working Families
Detroit - August 12 - The United Auto Workers yesterday endorsed Al Gore for president. The UAW International Executive Board based its unanimous endorsement on Gore's plans to grow the economy and ensure America's working families benefit from the country's prosperity, not just a privileged few.

"I am honored and humbled by the endorsement of the United Auto Workers -- one of America's great unions," said Gore. "Standing together, we are going to win this fight for working people. And we will fight together to make sure all people benefit from our prosperity, not just a privileged few." The Full Story

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Gore Would Continue His Fight To Protect The Environment
Visits Homestead of Boyhood Inspiration
Springdale, PA - August 12 - Al Gore today visited the homestead of author Rachel Carson and discussed his career fighting to protect the environment and create jobs at the same time. When he was young, Gore's mother gave him a copy of Carson's Silent Spring, a book that helped spark his interest in the environment. As president, Gore would continue to fight the big polluters and Big Oil by reducing smog, cleaning up the nation's air and water and reducing dependence on foreign oil with tax breaks for new, more fuel-efficient vehicles. The Full Story


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