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end of her presidential campaign on October 20, 1999 at a press
in Washington, DC.
of a presidential exploratory committee on March 10, 1999.
of the American Red Cross from 1991 to January 1999. In
1996 took a one-year leave of absence from the Red Cross to campaign
her husband, Bob Dole. During
her first year at the Red Cross, 1991, she worked without a salary.
Secretary of Labor in the Bush administration, 1989-91.
Dole for President campaign, 1987-88.
Secretary of Transportation for four and a half years in the Reagan administration, 1983-87.
Assistant to President Reagan for Public Liaison, 1981-83.
Chairman of Voters for Reagan-Bush, 1980
Member of the Federal Trade Commission, 1973-79.
Deputy Assistant to the President for Consumer Affairs during the Nixon administration, 1971-73.
Associate Director, then Executive Director President's Com. for Consumer Interests, 1968-71
Staff assistant at HEW, 1966-67.
and Kerry Tymchuk, The Doles: Unlimited Partners
Partners: Our American Story (1996).
University, B.A. with honors in Political Science, 1958; Harvard
University, M.A. in Education and Government, 1960; Harvard Law
Bob Dole in 1975.
|Age||63 years old. Born July 29, 1936 in Salisbury, North Carolina.|
Helen Thorpe. "Liddy in Waiting." George, September 1999, p. 110-115, 126-127.
Susan Crabtree. "Thoroughly Modern Liddy." Capital Style, May 1999, p. 30-35.
Ramesh Ponnuru. "The Other Dole Campaign." National Review, February 9, 1998, p. 22-25. >
Robert J. and Elizabeth Dole with Kerry Tymchuk. 1996. Unlimited Partners: Our American Story. Simon & Schuster.
Eric M. Appleman/Democracy in Action.