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Albert Arnold Gore.

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Gore was a principal sponsor of the resolution calling for Earth Day on the 22nd of April each year. Gore provided leadership in a variety of healthcare topics throughout his career. Gore also wanted to give tax breaks to middle-class families with children and a higher income tax rate for households with an income over $110,000. Al gore and Mrs. Gore fought to get the warning label on music albums stating "Explicit Lyrics -Parental Advisory". Al Gore Jr. faced many obstacles in the duration of his political career. Whenever you run for some type of office you have other candidates you run against. Those became obstacles for him, and some he defeated and some he did not. Al Gore had to fight for what he believed in and what was right over those who did not share his opinion. When Al Gore was on Bill Clinton's democratic presidential ticket they had many obstacles they had to overcome. They had to campaign hard to obtain the votes of those southern states that the Republicans usually won. They also had to defeat the incumbent president George Bush and the Texas billionaire Ross Perot. After the hard work and effort of campaigning and debating, it paid off. ...read more.

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