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Dick Gephardt

(Democrat - Missouri)


POLITICAL: St. Louis City Alderman, 1971-76; US Congressman, Gephardt 19881977-present (US House Majority Leader, 1989-95; US House Minority Leader, 1995-2003); Candidate for President, 1988.

PROFESSIONAL: Attorney. Air National Guard, 1965-71.

EDUCATION: B.S., Northwestern University, 1962. J.D., University of Michigan, 1965.

PERSONAL: Born January 31, 1941, in St. Louis, Missouri. Married to Jane Byrnes Gephardt. Three children. Baptist.




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Congressman Richard Gephardt - Official Government Site.
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Democracy in Action (GWU): Dick Gephardt - University Resource.
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American Maritime Officers
International Association of Machinists
International Brotherhood of Teamsters
International Iron Workers Union
International Longshoremen's Association
International Union of Bricklayers
Seafarer's International Union
Transportation Workers Union
Congressman Ed Pastor (D-AZ)
Congressman Howard Berman (D-CA)
Congresswoman Lois Capps (D-CA)
Congressman Robert Matsui (D-CA)
US House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-CA)
Congressman Adam Schiff (D-CA)
Congressman Jerry Costello (D-IL)
Congressman Lane Evans (D-IL)
State Sen. Dick Dearden (D-IA)
State Sen. Bob Dvorsky (D-IA)
State Rep. Wes Whitead (D-IA)
Congressman Ben Cardin (D-MD)
US House Minority Whip Steny Hoyer (D-MD)
Congressman Dutch Ruppersberger (D-MD)
State Rep. Frank Accavitti (D-MI)
State Rep. Steve Adamini (D-MI)
State Sen. Jim Barcia (D-MI)
State Sen. Ray Basham (D-MI)
Ex-Congressman David Bonior (D-MI)
State Sen. Hansen Clarke (D-MI)
State Sen. Burton Leland (D-MI)
State Sen. Mike Prusi (D-MI)
Ex-US Senator Jean Carnahan (D-MO)
Congressman William Lacy Clay (D-MO)
Congresswoman Karen McCarthy (D-MO)
Congressman Ike Skleton (D-MO)
State Rep. Bob Batchelder (D-NH)
State Rep. Mary Ann Blanchard (D) (D-NH)
State House Minority Leader Peter Burling (D-NH)
State Rep. Peter Cote (D-NH)
State Rep. Jim Craig (D-NH)
Ex-Congressman Norm D'Amours (D-NH)
State Rep. Bob Davidson (D-NH)
State Rep. John DeJoie (D-NH)
State Rep. Angie Kopka (D-NH)
State Rep. Paul McEachern (D-NH)
State Rep. Robert Haley (D-NH)
State Rep. Debra Kudalis (D-NH)
State Rep. Roland Lefebvre (D-NH)
State Rep. Ed Mears (D-NH)
State Rep. Laura Pantelakos (D-NH)
State Rep. Jacqueline Pitts (D-NH)
State Rep. Irene Pratt (D) (D-NH)
State Rep. Tara Reardon (D-NH)
State Rep. Nancy Scovner (D-NH)
State Rep. Robert Theberge (D-NH)
State Rep. Alice McDonough Wallace (D-NH)
Congressman Rob Andrews (D-NJ)
Ex-State Democratic Chair Jamie Koch (D-NM)
Congresswoman Nita Lowey (D-NY)
Congressman Mike McNulty (D-NY)
State Rep. Bill Amerman (D-ND)
State Sen. Dennis Bercier (D-ND)
State Rep. Mary Ekstrom (D-ND)
State Rep. Elroy Lindaas (D-ND)
State Sen. Tim Mathern (D-ND)
State Sen. David O'Connell (D-ND)
State Sen. Larry Robinson (D-ND)
State Sen. Arlo Schmidt (D-ND)
State Rep. Dorvan Solberg (D-ND)
State Sen. Harvey Tallackson (D-ND)
State Rep. Lonny Winrich (D-ND)
Congressman Sherrod Brown (D-OH)
Ex-Congressman Ed Feighan (D-OH)
Ex-Lt. Governor Bob Kerr III (D-OK)
Congressman Joe Hoeffel (D-PA)
Congressman Tim Holden (D-PA)
Congressman Jack Murtha (D-PA)
State Rep. Fausto Anguilla (D-RI)
State Rep. Todd Brien (D-RI)
State Rep. Kenneth Carter (D-RI)
State Rep. Joseph Faria (D-RI)
State Rep. Robert Flaherty (D-RI)
State House Majority Leader Gordon Fox (D-RI)
State Rep. Peter Ginaitt (D-RI)
Congressman Patrick Kennedy (D-RI)
Congressman Jim Langevin (D-RI)
State Rep. David Laroche (D-RI)
State Rep. Joseph Moran (D-Ri)
State Rep. Henry Rose (D-RI)
State Rep. Paul Sherlock (D-RI)
State Rep. William San Bento (D-RI)
State Rep. Gregory Schadone (D-RI)
State Rep. Peter Wasylyk (D-RI)
South Carolina Conference of Black Mayors
State Sen. Ralph Anderson (D-SC)
State Rep. Joe Brown (D-SC)
Congressman Jim Clyburn (D-SC)
Ex-Congressman Butler Derrick (D-SC)
State Rep. Leon Howard (D-SC)
Ex-Comptroller General Jim Lander (D-SC)
State Rep. Walton McLeod (D-SC)
Ex-Governor Robert McNair (D-SC)
State Sen. Kay Patterson (D-SC)
Congressman John Spratt (D-SC)
Congressman Bart Gordon (D-TN)
Congressman John Tanner (D-TN)
Congressman Chris Bell (D-TX)
Congressman Chet Edwards (D-TX)
Congressman Gene Green (D-TX)
Congressman Silvestre Reyes (D-TX)
Congressman Max Sandlin (D-TX)
Congressman Dave Obey (D-WI)


Gephardt for President
P.O. Box 34607
Washington, DC 20043
E-mail: info@dickgephardt2004.com


An Even Better PlaceAn Even Better Place: America in the 21st Century by Richard Gephardt (1999). This book was originally intended to set the tone for Congressman Gephardt's 2000 Presidential campaign -- a race Gephardt never ultimately entered. Still, the book remains in print and spells out his concerns. Although he does have specific recommendations in areas like public education and international trade, Gephardt's main theme is one of reinvigorating what he sees as the two main components of liberalism: community activism and citizen participation. His goal is to move away from the destructive politics of personal attacks and reassert an active commitment to fulfilling values and ideals. He lays out his ideas -- formulated through three decades in the political process -- in a clear, straightforward style. "Democracy and freedom depend upon all kinds of citizen participation. Without it, they will die -- maybe sooner, maybe later, but they will die," he wrote. It may not be very exciting, but it does clearly set forth his reasons for running on the issues Gephardt most cares about. Price: $25.00.


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