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  • {{Summary|Dennis Kucinich|Image:Kucinichd.jpg}} ...urned the favor by endorsing Nagin in his 2009 City Council race. In 2006, Kucinich spoke alongside [[Neil Abercrombie]] and [[Christine Riddiough]] at a [[Dem
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  • ''' Sharyl Kucinich'''... [[Jeri Grogg]], [[Anne Odegaard]], [[Mary Lou Kernan]], [[Sharyl Kucinich]], [[Simi Litvak]], [[Helen Raizen]], [[Leslie Trimble]], [[Dan Shapiro]],
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  • [[Image:Dennis.jpg|thumb|150px|Dennis Kucinich]] ...es House of Representatives]], representing the 10th district of [[Ohio]]. Kucinich was defeated by fellow Democratic incumbent [[Marcy Kaptur]] in the 2012 Pr
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  • [[Image:Dennis.jpg|thumb|150px|Dennis Kucinich]] ...es House of Representatives]], representing the 10th district of [[Ohio]]. Kucinich was defeated by fellow Democratic incumbent [[Marcy Kaptur]] in the 2012 Pr
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  • ...e Minority Whip [[David Bonior]] (D-MI), [[Earl Hilliard]] (D-AL);[[Dennis Kucinich]] (D-OH); [[Cynthia McKinney]] (D-GA);. [[Major Owens]] (D-NY)[[Bernie Sand [[Democratic Socialists of America]] backed [[Dennis Kucinich]] nationally with his 2002 HR2459 Vaccines Compensation bill.
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  • ...month from [[Dennis Kucinich]], the influential West Side congressman. But Kucinich has not responded to requests to discuss or even confirm his support. He ca ==Working with Dennis Kucinich==
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  • {{Summary|Dennis Kucinich|Image:Kucinichd.jpg}} ...urned the favor by endorsing Nagin in his 2009 City Council race. In 2006, Kucinich spoke alongside [[Neil Abercrombie]] and [[Christine Riddiough]] at a [[Dem
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  • ==Working for Dennis Kucinich== ..."video-small">{{#ev:youtube|vLPxIjdVUtY|250}}[[Bruce Bostick]] in [[Dennis Kucinich]]-endorsed campaign video, directed by [[Chad Ely]]</div>
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  • ...e Minority Whip [[David Bonior]] (D-MI), [[Earl Hilliard]] (D-AL);[[Dennis Kucinich]] (D-OH); [[Cynthia McKinney]] (D-GA);. [[Major Owens]] (D-NY)[[Bernie Sand [[Democratic Socialists of America]] backed [[Dennis Kucinich]] nationally with his 2002 HR2459 Vaccines Compensation bill.
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  • ==Clinton and communists helped Kucinich== ...munist Party chairman, [[Rick Nagin]], detailed the campaign which led to Kucinich's election to Congress:<ref name=PWWNov2396>PWW November 23, 1996</ref>
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  • In February 2003 [[Jim McDermott]], [[John Conyers]], [[Dennis Kucinich]] and more than 20 others introduced legislation "medicare for all" (HR 67 ...[[Barbara Lee]] (D-Calif.) and Democratic presidential candidate [[Dennis Kucinich]] of Ohio, two of the co-sponsors of HR 676.
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  • ...ponsored by Congressman [[Dennis Kucinich]]. Speakers included Congressman Kucinich, Congresswoman [[Marcy Kaptur]], Assemblymember [[Kang Ki Kap]] of Korea's ...Fudge]] (D-OH); Congressman [[Chaka Fattah]] (D-PA); Congressman [[Dennis Kucinich]] (D-OH); and [[Jill Stein]], [[Green Party USA]] candidate for president.
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  • *[[Dennis Kucinich]], Presidential Candidate *Presidential Candidate: [[Dennis Kucinich]]
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  • ...ange of social and economic issues, which resonate at a national level,” Kucinich said on a conference call sponsored by the [[Progressive Democrats of Ameri
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  • ...h 11, in Oakland California, Reps. [[Barbara Lee]] (D-Calif.) and [[Dennis Kucinich]] (D-Ohio) took the occasion to condemn the Bush administration’s plans t ...d to hear about a proposed Cabinet-level Peace Office initiated by Lee and Kucinich.
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  • ==Cultivating Kucinich and Gabbard== ...in [[Ohio]], AACCESS has organized three trips to the region for [[Dennis Kucinich]], the former Democratic congressman from Ohio, between 2006 and 2011; Kha
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  • ...h 11, in Oakland California, Reps. [[Barbara Lee]] (D-Calif.) and [[Dennis Kucinich]] (D-Ohio) took the occasion to condemn the Bush administration’s plans t ...d to hear about a proposed Cabinet-level Peace Office initiated by Lee and Kucinich.
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  • :''Like the media is doing to Dennis Kucinich right now, halfway through the campaign, local papers said that Raul Grijal Signatories were; [[Dennis Kucinich]], [[Barbara Lee]], [[Cynthia McKinney]], [[John Olver]], [[James McGovern]
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  • ==Campaigning for Kucinich== ..."video-small">{{#ev:youtube|vLPxIjdVUtY|250}}[[Bruce Bostick]] in [[Dennis Kucinich]]-endorsed campaign video, directed by [[Chad Ely]]</div>
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  • ...e Minority Whip [[David Bonior]] (D-MI), [[Earl Hilliard]] (D-AL);[[Dennis Kucinich]] (D-OH); [[Cynthia McKinney]] (D-GA);. [[Major Owens]] (D-NY)[[Bernie Sand ...ney]], [[Barbara Lee]], [[Donna Christensen]], [[David Bonior]], [[Dennis Kucinich]], [[Earl Hilliard]], [[ Maurice Hinchey]], [[Jerry Nadler]], [[Donald P
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  • ...s [[KPFK]] in Los Angeles. She was Southern California Chair of the 2004 Kucinich campaign, and past president of Southern California [[Americans for Democra In 2000 [[Dennis Kucinich]] took his plan for single payer to the [[Democratic Platform Committee]]
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  • ==Kucinich delegate== In 2004 Alaska DSA member Niilo Koponen was a [[Dennis Kucinich]] delegate to the Democratic National Convention in Boston.<ref>[http://www
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  • ...ney]], [[Barbara Lee]], [[Donna Christensen]], [[David Bonior]], [[Dennis Kucinich]], [[Earl Hilliard]], [[ Maurice Hinchey]], [[Jerry Nadler]], [[Donald P ...-Md.), [[Danny Davis]] (D-Ill.), [[Jesse Jackson, Jr.]] (D-Ill.), [[Dennis Kucinich]] (D-Ohio), [[Major Owens]] (D-N.Y.), [[Donald Payne]] (D-N.J.), and [[Lynn
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