Harold Ickes

Veteran Democratic Strategist

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Veteran Democratic strategist; former Deputy White House Chief of Staff for President Clinton, currently working on Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign, he also ran her Senate race

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President Bush will deliver  his last State of the Union address  tonight, trying to be heard over the din of the  presidential campaigns .

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