Early life. Gephardt was born in St. Louis, Missouri, the son of Loreen Estelle (née Cassell) and Louis Andrew Gephardt, a Teamster milkman; part of his ancestry is German. He graduated from the former Southwest High School in Gephardt is an Eagle Scout and recipient of the Distinguished Eagle Scout Award from the Boy Scouts of rucks.xyz earned his B.S. at Northwestern University in. DU Home» Latest Threads» Forums & Groups» Main» General Discussion (Forum)» Speaker Dick Gephardt. Wed Feb 3, , PM. Proud liberal 80 (3, posts) Speaker Dick Gephardt.
Gephardt, who days before had attended a private session with Kerry, portrayed the coming general election as “the most important election of our lifetime.” 10 After thirteen consecutive terms in Congress, Dick Gephardt retired from public service in January Since then, he has served as chief executive officer and president of. Dick Gephardt. likes · 1 talking about this. Husband, Father, Former Democratic House Majority Leader & Minority Leader, President and CEO of Gephardt Group, Co-Author of American Immigrant.
Dick Gephardt Web Site - May 5, Press Release February 19, FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE — Dick Gephardt Washington — Dick Gephardt today announced his candidacy for the Presidency of the United States at the Mason Elementary School where Gephardt was educated and raised. An Executive Summary of the speech follows. An Even Better Place, by Dick Gephardt Ad-Watch Democrat debate in Des Moines, Iowa Democratic Primary Presidential Debate in Durham NH CBC/Fox News Democratic Debate in Detroit, Michigan Democratic On-line Q&A Democrat debate at Pace University rucks.xyz questionnaire Democrat debate at University of South Carolina.
Dick Gephardt on Civil Rights: Click here for 12 full quotes on Civil Rights OR background on Civil Rights. Voted for USA Patriot Act, but it's not balanced now. (Nov ) Democrats need to earn the vote of African-Americans. (Sep ) We're all in it together. (Sep ) Strike a . Richard Andrew Gephardt (/ˈɡɛphɑːrd/; born January 31, ) is an American politician who served as the 46th vice president of the United States from to A member of the Democratic Party, he previously served as a United States Representative from Missouri from to and was House Majority Leader from to and Minority Leader from to Gephardt ran.