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A campaign is about defining who you are - your vision and your opponent's vision.
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After the 2000 campaign was over, I decided that I no longer wanted to be a campaign manager.
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Am I sometimes disappointed with the Democratic Party? Yes. Do they know it? Absolutely.
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As Al Gore's campaign manager, I helped bring people who had never been involved in politics into the electoral process.
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Because of my faith and my imagination, I was able to enjoy my childhood, even though it was tough.
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But 2004 really is the mother of all elections.
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By the time I was thirteen, I ran the recreation division of Jefferson Parish.
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Civic education and civic responsibility should be taught in elementary school.
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I believe I am just as talented and gifted as the next of them.
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I consider Reverend Jackson to be my political father.
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I don't discriminate, and I don't want to be discriminated against.
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I grew up in an era when the American people, especially minorities and women, wanted change.
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I had a natural ability to rally people, especially children my own age.
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I had nappy hair, an awkward body.
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I hope that in 2004 we will be able to correct some of the errors that we made.
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I know people who were born on first base, and they never had to work to get to third.
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I live with the fact that many Americans, possibly tens of thousands, left the polls that day hoping and praying that their votes would be counted, but, of course, they weren't.
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I made a decision to put Blacks and Latinos in key positions of power in every state: New York, Michigan and Florida all had Black state directors.
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I started reading the newspaper when I was five, and I still read two or three newspapers a day.
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I think Black women should really force the candidates to come into our communities and hold debates, forums and town-hall meetings, and speak to our key areas of concern: the economy, education and health care.
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I wanted to help clean up the electoral process.
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I was motivated to be different in part because I was different.
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I was such an outgoing and ambitious kid that I would do just about anything that I was asked to do.
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I would also give ex-felons back their voting rights if they've served their time, they're paying taxes, and they're good citizens.
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I would give people not just one day but perhaps ten days to cast their ballots.
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I'll be for the first woman president, too. When she announces her candidacy, I'm going over.
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I've chosen to be a Democrat because I believe that over the last twenty years the Democratic Party has stood up for the inclusion of every American in political life.
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If I had to sum up my message on a bumper sticker, it would say, Respect the vote. Respect the right of every American to vote.
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If you're not out front defining your vision, your opponent will spend gobs of money to define it for you.
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Let's talk about one person I know who had trouble voting - my sister. She had to produce not one, not two, but three forms of ID and had to insist on casting her ballot.
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Look, Congress has allocated more money to finance the upcoming Iraqi elections than it has for the American elections. There's something wrong with that.
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My oldest sisters were perfect. They had perfect hair, perfect everything.
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No voters will be left behind.
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Politics should become as accessible to everyone as going to church, going to work, going to the bowling alley.
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Politics was something to do - and it could have an immediate impact, not just on me, but on my family and my community.
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Remember, I've always gravitated toward those who wanted to make things happen, and that's what Reverend wanted to do.
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Reverend added some logs to the fire that was already in my belly. I liked his program and his energy.
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Since Bush has been in office, African-American women have fallen behind in terms of income and wages.
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The 2000 election exposed some ugly history in our country.
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The current political environment is volatile because the stakes are so high.
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The fact is, people have been intimidated at polling places for years.
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The good news is that Al Gore cured me.
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The Republicans want it all. The Democrats need to get their foot back in the door.
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The Voting Rights Institute is asking both Congress and state officials to give local election administrators the resources they need.
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We need to make voting more accessible.
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We need to train local election officials and poll watchers to secure our electoral system.
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We're like a Third World country when it comes to some of our election practices.
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When you start at the bottom of American life, when you grow up poor and black and female in the Deep South and you're able to work your way up from poverty and gain a voice in the political process, you should be able to say what it felt like to do it.
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You go to church and they tell you to do good and help others, and then you go home and they tell you to do good and help others - but then you have to decide what to do.
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You had ongoing cultural and political developments taking place prompted by the Civil Rights movement, the women's movement, and the peace movement.
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You have to do what you have to do.
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