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Geraldine A. Ferraro, 1984 Vice Presidential Candidate, Dies at 75

Geraldine A. Ferraro, who was the first female vice presidential candidate on a national ticket, died on Saturday, according to CNN. She was 75. Ferraro died at Massachusetts General Hospital of complications from multiple myeloma, a blood cancer she… Read more

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Walter Mondale to Gary Hart: "Where's the beef?"
03:33 — During a Democratic primary debate in 1984, Gary Hart was criticized by some of his competitors for the nomination for not offering serious, substant (more…)
Dickerson's debate history: Reagan zings Mondale in 1984
02:21 — John Dickerson recalls one of Ronald Reagan's most memorable zingers from a 1984 debate against then-Democratic nominee Walter Mondale.
America's vice presidential debate history
02:07 — The vice presidential debate tonight will be the tenth since 1976, when Bob Dole and Walter Mondale faced off. Chip Reid shares some historical Americ (more…)
A look back at the first televised vice presidential debate
05:09 — In the first televised vice presidential debate, Bob Dole faced off against Walter Mondale. Director of Virginia Center for Politics Dr. Larry Sabato, (more…)

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