Albert A. Gore, Jr.

Bill ClintonWhite House

POSITIONS:

U.S. House of Representatives (1977-1985)
U.S. Senate (1985-1993)
Vice President (1993-2001)
Candidate for President (2000)

OVERVIEW:

Al GoreOfficial Biography
U.S. Senate
Miller Center
Biographical Directory of Congress
New York Times
White House
Wikipedia

ELECTIONS:

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RESOURCES:

President Bill Clinton and Vice President Al Gore on the South Lawn sidewalk in October 1997 (Clinton Library)

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ARTICLES:

On November 21, 1995, President Clinton and Vice President Gore take a phone call in the Oval Office Dining Room from Secretary of State Warren Christopher regarding the Bosnian Peace Talks in Dayton, Ohio. (Credit: William J. Clinton Presidential Library)

Profile (The Atlantic, 11/2015)
The New Optimism of Al Gore (NYT, 3/16/2015)
The Wilderness Campaign (New Yorker, 9/13/2014)
Al Gore Is Not Giving Up (Politico, 4/24/2014)
Al Gore’s Golden Years (New York Magazine, 5/5/2013)
Going After Gore (Vanity Fair, 9/30/2007)
Mr. Resident (WP, 11/17/2002)
Gore Without a Script (New Yorker, 7/31/2000)
Al Gore’s Double Life (NYT Magazine, 10/25/1992)

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