Hawaii Democratic Caucuses

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Hubert Humphrey
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Hawaii Democratic Caucuses, 2008 - Analysis
... Hawaii, the state where Barack Obama was born, delivered a massive three-to-one victory for the former U.S ...
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KwaZulu-Natal - Law and Government - Current Composition of The Legislature
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Ruud Lubbers
... ( born May 7, 1939) is a retired Dutch politician of the Christian Democratic Appeal (CDA) ... When the Parliamentary leader of Christian Democratic Appeal in the House of Representatives Wim Aantjes resigned of a World War II controversy, Lubbers succeed him as Parliamentary leader, he served ... When the Christian Democratic Appeal Party leader and sitting Prime Minister Dries van Agt announced his retirement, Lubbers was chosen to succeed him ...

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