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New Hampshire native Doris Haddock has been walking across America since New Year’s Day, 1999. Earlier this year, she celebrated her 90th birthday. On her trek, she carries a banner reading "Granny D For Campaign Finance Reform." She joins Diane a day after achieving her goal of bringing her crusade to Capitol Hill.
- Doris "Granny D" Haddock campaign finance reform activist
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