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Dennis Kucinich
Dennis Kucinich wants to give peace a chance but he's not just an anti-war candidate; he's also in favor of universal, single-payer, not-for-profit healthcare and has called for increased environmental protection. At age 31, Kucinich was in the national spotlight in when he became mayor of Cleveland and the youngest person at that time to lead a major American city. Kucinich lost his reelection bid in 1979 to George Voinovich, who went on to the U.S. Senate, now Ohio's senior senator. Kucinich spent one year as a member of Cleveland City Council in 1983. Then, after more than a decade away from politics, Kucinich won a seat in the Ohio State Senate and, in 1996, won election to the U.S. House of Representatives, where he has won reelection five times. The Congressman won fewer than 100 delegates in the 2004 primaries but remained in the race until just days before John Kerry accepted the Democratic nomination.
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