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Paul Wellstone
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U.S. Senator
    (July 21, 1944-October 25, 2002)
    Raised in Arlington, Virginia
    Political science professor at Carleton College (1969-1989)
    Democratic senator from Minnesota (1991-2002)
    One of the top liberal voices in the Senate
    Died in a plane crash (2002)
    He was a former wrestler.
    He ran for Minnesota state auditor, and lost (1982).
    He supported affirmative action.
    He helped run Jesse Jackson's presidential campaign in Minnesota (1984).
    There are several theories that he was murdered.
    He was awarded a Ph.D in political science (1969).
    He stood by his views, and did not give in to lobbyists or political pressure.
    He had a mild form of multiple sclerosis, which caused him to limp.
    He was an advocate for peace, mental health care, worker's rights, and the environment.
    He was killed in a plane crash along with his wife and daughter (2002).
    Many Minnesotan cars carry the bumper sticker, 'What would Wellstone do?'

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