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  U.S. Senate: Senators Home > Senator Elizabeth Dole
Dole's awards are numerous, ranging from honors for civic service and leadership in government to accolades for her charitable commitments and dedication to issues surrounding women in the workplace.
Dole was honored by the League of Women Voters as the recipient of the Leadership Award in 1994, and in 1995 she received the Raoul Wallenberg Award for Humanitarian Service.
Dole served on the Duke University Board of Trustees from 1974 to 1985 and Board of Overseers for Harvard University from 1990 to 1996.
www.senate.gov /pagelayout/senators/one_item_and_teasers/dole.htm   (523 words)

  
 Elizabeth Dole Biography
A native of Salisbury, North Carolina, Elizabeth Dole graduated with distinction from Duke University in 1958 and was a member of Phi Beta Kappa.
Elizabeth Dole was sworn in by President Bush as the nation’s 20th Secretary of Labor in January 1989.
Elizabeth Dole’s awards are numerous, ranging from honors for civic service and leadership in government to accolades for her charitable commitments and dedication to issues surrounding women in the workplace.
www.elizabethdole.org /biography.htm   (402 words)

  
 Elizabeth Dole - Congresspedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Elizabeth Hanford "Liddy" Dole was elected to the U.S. Senate in 2002 to represent North Carolina.
Dole ran for the Republican Party nomination in the US presidential election of 2000, but pulled out of the race in October 1999 before any of the primaries, largely due to inadequate fundraising.
Dole placed third — behind George W. Bush and Steve Forbes — in a large field in the Iowa Straw Poll (the first, non-binding, test of electability for the GOP nomination).
www.sourcewatch.org /index.php?title=Elizabeth_Hanford_Dole   (669 words)

  
 2000GOP.com - Elizabeth Dole
Elizabeth Dole (NC) The wife of Bob Dole was the biggest winner in his 1996 presidential campaign.
In her various roles, many of which were firsts for women, Elizabeth Dole has built a repuation for solid leadership skills.
Dole has shown an ability to attract crowds at every campaign stop and she placed a respectable third in the Iowa Straw Poll.
www.2000gop.com /dole   (466 words)

  
 CNN - The New Yorker magazine questions Elizabeth Dole's finances - Jan. 14, 1996
Elizabeth Dole, interviewed by Mayer, was quoted several times denying she knew much about her investments, which were in blind trusts for several years during three separate periods.
When Elizabeth Dole placed her holdings in a blind trust in 1985, Owen was named by the Doles to be its investment adviser despite his close involvement with Sen. Dole's political campaigns, according to the article.
Elizabeth Dole's stock was sold a year later at "a decent profit," Mayer wrote, although Owen said he doubted that either Dole knew about the blind trust transaction.
edition.cnn.com /US/9601/elizabeth_dole   (941 words)

  
 AllPolitics - Elizabeth Dole Biography
Elizabeth was voted Most Likely to Succeed when she graduated from high school and followed in her brother's footsteps by enrolling at Duke University in the fall of 1954.
Elizabeth Dole, a lifelong Methodist, has always been a religious person but in 1982, after fearing her career was the center of her life, she had a spiritual awakening of sorts.
Early in the 1996 presidential campaign, there was talk of Elizabeth Dole lobbying Senator Dole on issues important to the Red Cross (funding for disaster aid, for instance) and on October 30, 1995 she took a leave of absence from the Red Cross to work on her husband's campaign.
www.cnn.com /ALLPOLITICS/1996/conventions/san.diego/players/hanfords/index.shtml   (1080 words)

  
 Elizabeth Dole - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Elizabeth Hanford "Liddy" Dole (born July 29, 1936) was elected to the United States Senate in 2002 to represent North Carolina for a term ending in 2009.
Dole was widely believed by many pundits to have been the frontrunner for the nomination.
Dole appeared on Meet The Press on November 5th, 2006, along with Senator Chuck Schumer and Representatives Rahm Emanuel and Tom Reynolds, to discuss the 2006 Congressional Midterm Elections.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Elizabeth_Dole   (996 words)

  
 National Republican Senatorial Committee
Elizabeth Dole was the first woman to serve as the departmental head of a branch of the military, the U.S. Coast Guard, when she was Secretary of Transportation.
In August 1994, Elizabeth Dole led a humanitarian relief delegation to Rwandan refugee camps in the former Zaire.
Elizabeth Dole was honored by the League of Women Voters as the recipient of the Leadership Award in 1994, and in 1995 she received the Raoul Wallenberg Award for Humanitarian Service.
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 USATODAY.com - Hometowners expect Dole will run, replace Helms   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Dole, a former Republican presidential candidate with a Washington résumé that dates to the 1960s, is spending this weekend in the home where she grew up.
Elizabeth Dole declined interviews Thursday, a day after five-term senator Jesse Helms announced he wouldn't seek re-election next year.
Dole was having lunch at a local barbecue restaurant, The Big Pig, when she heard that Brenda Zimmerman's dog had puppies that were descended from the original Leader.
www.usatoday.com /news/washington/2001-08-24-elizabeth-dole-usat.htm   (670 words)

  
 Elizabeth Hanford Dole Biography | Encyclopedia of World Biography
Dole was often described as friendly, gracious, and "brainy," attributes which led to her election as college May Queen and student body president as well as to Phi Beta Kappa and the national honor society.
After law school Dole went to Washington, where she earned a reputation as a consumer advocate in (what was then) the Department of Health, Education and Welfare; as executive director of the Presidential Committee for Consumer Interests; and as deputy director of the U.S. Office of Consumer Affairs.
Dole announced her unofficial bid for the 2000 presidential election in March 1999 but withdrew from the race in October 1999 citing a lack of funds to run a successful campaign as her reasoning.
www.bookrags.com /biography/elizabeth-hanford-dole   (1672 words)

  
 Online NewsHour: Elizabeth Dole Bows Out -- October 20, 1999
Elizabeth Dole pulled out of the race for the Republican presidential nomination, saying she did not have enough money to compete.
GWEN IFILL: Elizabeth Dole said she was for some gun-control law, she said she was some liberalization at least of the Republican position on abortion.
ELIZABETH ARNOLD: Well, I'd say that her husband didn't necessarily help with the public assessment of her candidacy early on, a very candid assessment of her candidacy and then suggesting that he would contribute to John McCain.
www.pbs.org /newshour/bb/election/july-dec99/dole_10-20.html   (1872 words)

  
 Elizabeth Dole
Dole graduated with distinction from Duke University in 1958 and was a member of Phi Beta Kappa.
Dole was the Republican nominee for president in 1996.
In 1997, Dole was honored by Glamour magazine as a Woman of the Year and by Redbook as a recipient of the "Solutions for Tomorrow" award for her work as president of the Red Cross.
www.erskine.edu /news/dole1.html   (959 words)

  
 Elizabeth Dole Feedback
Elizabeth Dole's Vedic / Sidereal chart very clearly demonstrates the ability that has characterized her career and the focus and drive that have enabled her to put that ability to such effective use.
Maybe Elizabeth Dole has become more religious since she has Jupiter square Neptune opposition Saturn which may have disillusioned her with too much of an inner, a priori sense of faith based on revelation, and over active imagination which disillusioned her causing her to develop her intellect or repressed thinking.
Elizabeth Dole's need for conventional and orthodox religion can be signified by her need for conscious discrimination or her lack of air, Mercury trine Jupiter in a wide square with Saturn.
www.astrodatabank.com /NM/DoleElizabethFB.htm   (3121 words)

  
 Astrology Software for Research - Elizabeth Dole - astrology chart
Elizabeth Dole is the only woman who has served as a Cabinet Secretary for two federal departments (Transportation 1983-87, and Labor 1989-90) under two presidents (Reagan and Bush) and she worked in the White House as a consumer affairs adviser by the age of 33 -- a record Bob Dole jokes he can't match.
Elizabeth Hanford first met Bob Dole, recently divorced, in March 1972 when she lobbied him to add a consumer plank to the 1972 Republican platform.
When Bob Dole made a big for the Presidential nomination in 1987, Elizabeth Dole was barraged with advice to leave own her position to campaign for him.
www.astrodatabank.com /NM/DoleElizabeth.htm   (1831 words)

  
 WHY NOT ELIZABETH DOLE?
With an exploratory committee in place, Elizabeth Dole looks like she might be the first viable female candidate for President.
Now that Elizabeth Dole is on her way to running, feminists have got to start struggling with the inherent conflict of voting for a woman with politics antithetical to feminism.
Dole, who doesn't champion issues central to women’s lives, is unlikely to win support from women who backed Clinton for these reasons.
www.feminist.com /resources/artspeech/poli/dole.htm   (951 words)

  
 CyberCaucus 2000 | Elizabeth Dole forms exploratory committee
Elizabeth Dole announces the formation of her exploratory committee March 10 at the Polk County Convention Center in Des Moines, Iowa.
Dole said when she entered public service, "it was considered a noble thing to do," but people have turned away in recent years, disgusted by the negativity of politics and its domination by special interests.
Dole said the $12 billion was approved for defense in next year's budget, while the Joint Chiefs of Staff suggested $17 billion.
www.drake.edu /journalism/CyberCaucus2000/elizabethdole1.html   (750 words)

  
 CNN.com - Jesse Helms touts Elizabeth Dole as successor - February 1, 2002
Dole, wife of former Sen. Bob Dole and a former presidential candidate, also was at the CPAC conference to introduce Helms, at his invitation.
Bush did not endorse Dole at the event, but some have said that it is unusual for a sitting president to offer clear, albeit unspoken, support for a candidate who has yet to win the party's primary.
Lay and his family contributed $5,000 to the Dole campaign, which Dole has since announced she would donate to a fund established to aid financially strapped Enron employees.
archives.cnn.com /2002/ALLPOLITICS/02/01/helms.dole   (599 words)

  
 Hour of Power
Dole credits her remarkable career in public service to her belief that it’s our responsibility to discover the will of God for our lives.
Dole says that it’s her view that God is much more concerned about our character than in our accomplishments.
Elizabeth Dole’s maternal grandmother, her beloved Mom Cathey, was someone who achieved this Christ-like life that Dole talks about.
www.hourofpower.org /interviews/elizabeth.dole.html   (778 words)

  
 Elizabeth Dole - U.S. Senator for North Carolina
Elizabeth Dole - U.S. Senator for North Carolina
Senator Dole presents a USDA Rural Development for the construction of a new Town Hall.
Washington, D.C. Senator Elizabeth Dole today wrote the Administrator of the U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) and asked her to help improve access to the Social Security A...
dole.senate.gov   (71 words)

  
 Presidential Candidate Elizabeth "Liddy" Dole -- The Dark Side
Elizabeth has never held elected office, so she has not had the ability to rake in money the way Bob is legendary for.
Elizabeth Dole is tougher, smarter, prettier, more subtle, and more ambitious than Hillary, and if she is elected this country won't know what hit it.
Dole is the quintessential "iron fist in a velvet glove." She uses her Southern charm brilliantly to disarm her competitors in Washington, but don't think for a second that there is anything passive or retiring about this woman.
www.realchange.org /dole.htm   (3997 words)

  
 Online NewsHour: Elizabeth Dole Campaigns -- October 19, 1999
ELIZABETH DOLE: I think that people yearn for leaders who will call America to her better nature, who will use that bully pulpit.
ELIZABETH DOLE: This is the job of a C.E.O., Serving as President of the United States.
ELIZABETH DOLE: As I say, in every job I've ever had, I've set eight or ten goals, and I go after it with the best team of people that I could put together, and we work with the Congress to get it done, and we get it done.
www.pbs.org /newshour/bb/election/july-dec99/dole_10-18.html   (1682 words)

  
 Hillary Clinton and Elizabeth Dole exciting women voters - May 14, 1999
Dole was a Washington power player long before her late marriage to Bob Dole.
Though Dole seems to some women a bit of an anachronism, it is Clinton who for years merged her ambitions with her husband's and endured silently the humiliation of a publicly troubled marriage.
But look around at a Hillary Clinton event, or an Elizabeth Dole event, and on the face of the women attending you will see excitement, admiration and a real pride that these successful women is one of us.
www.cnn.com /ALLPOLITICS/stories/1999/05/14/president.2000/clinton.dole/index.html   (675 words)

  
 AllPolitics - Text Of Elizabeth Dole's Speech - Aug. 14, 1996
ELIZABETH DOLE: Now for the last several days, a number of men and women have been painting a remarkable portrait of a remarkable man, a man who is the strongest and the most compassionate, most tender person that I've ever known -- the man who, quite simply, is my own personal Rock of Gibraltar.
And so Bob Dole went to Dr. Kelikian looking for a miracle because he wanted to be the person he had been before the war, a great athlete, a person who was on his way to study medicine.
ELIZABETH DOLE: And he did the same for many other young veterans coming back from the war who were not able to afford the medical care that they needed.
edition.cnn.com /ALLPOLITICS/1996/conventions/san.diego/transcripts/0814/l.dole.fdch.shtml.orig   (2530 words)

  
 Celebrity: The Elizabeth Dole Story - celebrity.astrology.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Elizabeth Dole has long been one of the most admired women in the United States.
From her firm stance on the major issues of the day to her total control over everything around her, Elizabeth Dole is an exemplary Leo.
Dole's Venus is in Leo, which helps explain why the voting public has seen her strut her stuff on many occasions.
astrozine.astrology.com /edole.html   (533 words)

  
 FOXNews.com - Transcript: Sens. Elizabeth Dole and Charles Schumer on 'FNS' - FOX News Sunday | Chris Wallace (via ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
DOLE: Well, let me say, first of all, that I think what the administration officials were saying is that this is a very serious situation.
DOLE: I think that this is designed to raise the attention of the American people to the severity of these Islamic jihadists who are in a holy war, who, as I say, want to destroy us.
DOLE: Immigration — the bill that came out of the Judiciary Committee, the first bill — the leader of the — the minority leader of the Senate, Harry Reid, would not permit but three amendments.
www.foxnews.com.cob-web.org:8888 /story/0,2933,212002,00.html   (2620 words)

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