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Howard Dean
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Politician
    (November 11, 1948- )
    Eldest of four brothers
    Middle name is Brush
    Exempted from service in Vietnam for medical reasons
    Investment broker (1972-1974)
    Graduated from medical school (1978)
    Elected State Representative from Vermont (1983-1986)
    Elected Lieutenant Governor of Vermont (1986-1991)
    Became Governor of Vermont when Richard Snelling died (1991-2002)
    Currently campaigning for the Democratic presidential nomination
    Net worth is $3.8 million
    Signed legislation that allowed gays the legal equivalent of marriage
    Dropped out of the presidential race after losing the Wisconson primaries (February 18, 2004)
    His campaign song is by Elvis Presley.
    He strongly opposed the war in Iraq.
    Tim Russert put a big dent in his arguments on NBC's 'Meet the Press.'
    During one of his election rallies, someone held up a Ralph Nader sign.
    He spent nearly 10% of his campaign money on TV ads in Iowa.
    His proposed health care plan is extremely expensive.
    He changed his views based on polls and popularity.
    He failed to improve security at a nuclear power plant while he was Vermont governor during the early 90s (several security breaches were reported during this time).
    After being exempted from Vietnam service for back problems, he went skiing (interesting form of therapy).
    He declared a desire to be the candidate for 'guys with Confederate flags in their pickup trucks.'
    He said that the US should not prejudge Osama bin Laden's guilt in the 9/11 attacks, despite an video in which Osama boasts about being the man behind the incident.
    When vociferously challenged by other Democratic presidential candidates, Dean asked DNC chairman Terry McAuliffe to intervene on his behalf. On CBS News, he stated that 'I concur with most of the president's policy on North Korea' but derided it as 'incoherent, inconsistent and dangerously disengaged' one month later without any explanation.
    He shouted himself red after placing a disappointing third in the Iowa caucuses (2004).
    He supports affirmative action.
    His campaign imploded in the space of a few weeks.
    He pulled off the extremely rare feat of being on the cover of both Newsweek and Time during the same week (August 2003).
    Until 1991, he operated a medical practice with his wife.
    He attracted businesses to Vermont, creating 41,000 new jobs.
    The income tax in Vermont was cut twice during his tenure and the sales tax on clothing was reduced.
    He eliminated a $70 million state budget deficit.
    Most of his campaign money comes from the Internet.
    He is focusing his Presidential campaign on being the candidate for the young voter (2004).
    He attended Yale University (graduated in 1971).
    He supported the invasion of Afghanistan.
    He is a fan of Wyclef Jean.
    By refuse to accepting federal fund matching money, he saved the taxpayers' money.

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    In 2017, Out of 328 Votes: 81.71% Annoying
    In 2016, Out of 70 Votes: 64.29% Annoying
    In 2015, Out of 249 Votes: 58.63% Annoying
    In 2014, Out of 739 Votes: 61.43% Annoying
    In 2013, Out of 217 Votes: 65.90% Annoying
    In 2012, Out of 312 Votes: 81.09% Annoying
    In 2011, Out of 257 Votes: 80.16% Annoying
    In 2010, Out of 1715 Votes: 70.09% Annoying
    In 2009, Out of 691 Votes: 74.38% Annoying
    In 2008, Out of 710 Votes: 47.32% Annoying
    In 2007, Out of 1130 Votes: 54.34% Annoying
    In 2006, Out of 672 Votes: 52.53% Annoying
    In 2005, Out of 681 Votes: 49.05% Annoying
    In 2004, Out of 5125 Votes: 56.33% Annoying
    In 2003, Out of 3022 Votes: 59.20% Annoying
 
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