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    Cindy Watson (2004)

    Shortly after she was elected to the North Carolina House of Representatives in 1995, Cindy Watson heard from a group of citizens who complained that waste and stench from area hog farms were causing asthma in children and contaminating water wells with E. coli bacteria. Industrial hog production was her district's biggest business and a huge pa...

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    Campaign Trail

    After narrowly losing the vice presidential nomination in 1956, Senator John F. Kennedy sought the presidency in 1960. After hard-fought primary victories, JFK won his party’s nomination and faced-off against sitting Vice President Richard Nixon in a campaign that featured the first live-broadcast television debates between presidential candidat...

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    50 Years Ago - Senator John F. Kennedy of Massachusetts Wins Presidential Nomination at Democratic National Convention (July 12, 2010)

    Boston, MA – Tuesday, July 13 marks the 50th anniversary of Senator John F. Kennedy of Massachusetts securing his party’s nomination for President of the United States.

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