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According to records kept by the Senate Library, Sen. Tom Daschle (D-S.D.) had a 2004 Senate floor speech he delivered in English later translated into Lakota, the language of Sioux tribes. In 2005, Sen. Mel Martinez (R-Fla.), who is of Cuban descent, spoke some Spanish while giving floor remarks, and Sen. James Inhofe (R-Okla.) also spoke briefly in Spanish that year.More quotes »
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Rouse first attracted attention for his glam shoes as the chief of staff of former Senate Democratic Leader Tom Daschle, when he sported what The Wall Street Journal described as “stunning bright pink platforms.” from Nerdcore Read more »
Opinion: Lautenberg: The last 'swamp dog'
on July 17, 2000, during a "Save America's Treasure" event on Ellis Island in New York. Lautenberg, right, meets with Sen. Tom Daschle, left, D-South Dakota, and Sen. Harry Reid, D-Nevada, on October 3, 2002. Senate candidate Frank Lautenberg, right, debates from CNN Read more »
Sens. Montoya and Fannin: Mediocre, Hacks, Or Both
the door by the voters and the other can claim to have left on his own terms, the other may well have seen the door. Tom Daschle famously said of his senior colleague, Larry Pressler that ‘a Senate seat is a terrible thing to waste.” Fortunately, most of Fannin’s from The Moderate Voice Read more »
Reid, Daschle feud over S.D. Senate
South Dakota Senate race is turning into a tense feud between two longtime Democratic power brokers: Harry Reid and Tom Daschle. The rift between the current and former Senate Democratic leaders threatens their party’s effort to keep control of the Senate from The Politico Read more »