Al Gore, Albert Arnold "Al" Gore, Jr., was Vice President for 8 years during Bill Clinton's presidency. He ran for the US Presidency in the 2000 campaign. In that election, he won the plurality of the popular vote, but lost the representative vote in the Electoral College. After the loss, he retired from the public eye for a while, but has recently been in the news again with his writing and the documentary, An Inconvenient Truth, based on a series of lectures on global warming that he has been giving.

Albert Arnold Gore, Jr.
Al Gore VP official portrait 1994
Vice President of the United States
Term of office:
Political party: Democratic
Preceded by: Dan Quayle
Succeeded by: Richard Cheney
Born: March 31, 1948
Washington, DC

While he is not currently running for office, Mr. Gore is an influential figure, and some people have suggested that he might be a candidate in the 2008 US Presidential election.

Nobel Peace Prize, 2007
Gore Pauchari
"for their efforts to build up and disseminate greater knowledge about man-made climate change, and to lay the foundations for the measures that are needed to counteract such change"
Norwegian Nobel Committee
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