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PRESIDENTS--0--2 of the 3 men who went from being either a U.S. senator or congressman directly to the presidency

INSERT INTO `clue` VALUES (2 of) Kennedy, Garfield, and Harding

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PRESIDENTS BY KIDS--200--Abigail, John Q., Charles

John Adams

3

THE 2004 PRESIDENTIAL RACE--400--Bush-Cheney called Edwards Kerry's second choice, meaning this Republican was his first

John McCain

4

PRESIDENTS BY KIDS--400--John, Calvin

Calvin Coolidge

5

THE 2004 PRESIDENTIAL RACE--800--George W. Bush won 91% of the vote in Massachusetts (unfortunately for him it was in this contest)

the Republican primary

6

PRESIDENTS BY KIDS--600--Lynda, Luci

LBJ

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THE 2004 PRESIDENTIAL RACE--1200--Most of the over 50,000 signatures he submitted to try to get on the Michigan ballot were collected by the GOP

INSERT INTO `clue` VALUES (Ralph) Nader

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PRESIDENTS BY KIDS--800--Fanny, Manning, Birchard

Rutherford B. Hayes

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THE 2004 PRESIDENTIAL RACE--1700--In a July 23 speech to this league, the President asked if the Democrats take black voters for granted

the National Urban League

10

PRESIDENTS BY KIDS--1000--Abraham, Martin, John

Martin Van Buren

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THE 2004 PRESIDENTIAL RACE--2000--This Florida senator was the first Democratic candidate to drop out of the race

INSERT INTO `clue` VALUES (Bob) Graham

12

VICE PRESIDENTIAL RHYME TIME--400--Mondale's tables of worship

Walter's altars

13

VICE PRESIDENTIAL RHYME TIME--800--Al's portals

Gore's doors

14

PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGNS--200--A button warned: this man "in 64 hot-water in 65"

Barry Goldwater

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VICE PRESIDENTIAL RHYME TIME--1200--Aaron's mongrel dogs

Burr's curs

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PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGNS--400--Champions of this governor running for president in 1928 included the New York Yankees

INSERT INTO `clue` VALUES (Al) Smith

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VICE PRESIDENTIAL RHYME TIME--1600--Dan's humpbacks

Quayle's whales

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PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGNS--600--In 1921 Harding commuted the sentence of this candidate whose campaign used a bust of him in prison garb

Eugene Debs

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PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGNS--800--He was called the poor man's candidate in 1896; a campaign button quoted his "Cross of Gold" speech

William Jennings Bryan

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VICE PRESIDENTIAL RHYME TIME--2000--Colfax' accounting clerks

Schyuler's filers

21

PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGNS--1000--State where the concession speech seen here was made in 2004

Iowa

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PRESIDENTS' CHILDREN--200--Dad Bill was a Rhodes Scholar at Oxford Univ.; she earned a master's in international relations at Oxford in 2003

Chelsea Clinton

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PRESIDENTS' CHILDREN--300--They're the only 2 sons of U.S. presidents to be elected president

George W. Bush and John Quincy Adams

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PRESIDENTS' CHILDREN--600--He had no kids of his own, but he loved his stepdaughter Patsy Custis as if she were his own daughter

George Washington

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20th CENTURY VICE PRESIDENTS--0--Aptly, his middle name contained the word "rich"

Nelson Aldrich Rockefeller

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VICE PRESIDENTIAL NICKNAMES--200--"That Damned Cowboy" was some "Rough Rider"

Theodore Roosevelt

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VICE PRESIDENTIAL NICKNAMES--400--Get over "The Hump" & name this "Happy Warrior"

Hubert Humphrey

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VICE PRESIDENTIAL NICKNAMES--600--This "White Night" was also "Nixon's Nixon"

Spiro Agnew

29

VICE PRESIDENTIAL NICKNAMES--800--This "Spendthrift of Albany" had some "Rocky" times

Nelson Rockefeller

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VICE PRESIDENTIAL NICKNAMES--1000--In the early 1800s he was "The Napoleon of the West" & "The Great American Rascal"

Aaron Burr