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Rachel Maddow
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    (April 1, 1973- )
    Born in California
    Liberal political commentator
    Graduated from Stanford University with a degree in public policy
    Later received Ph.D. in political science from Oxford University
    Host of 'The Rachel Maddow Show' on Air America
    Appears as a commentator on MSNBC
    She has a deep voice that makes her sound like a 12-year-old who just finished crying.
    The official website for her radio show has her phone number listed under a page called 'Ask Dr. Maddow.'
    She doesn't participate in the last hour of her radio show, choosing instead to go on TV assignment.
    She sometimes let her political bias get in the way of her commentary.
    She is an outspoken advocate for LGBT and prisoner rights, as well as AIDS victims.
    She got her first radio job on a local station when they held a contest for a new radio personality.
    When she served as substitute anchor on 'Countdown with Keith Olbermann' in 2008, it became the highest rated cable news show for 25-54 year olds that evening.
    Her radio show uses oddball sound effects and movie quotes.
    She was a Rhodes Scholar.

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