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Natural Law Party Candidate:

 John Hagelin
Full Name: John Samuel Hagelin
Born: June 9, 1954, in Pittsburgh, PA
Age: 46

Political Experience:
Presidential candidate on the Natural Law Party ticket, 1992 and 1996

Work Experience:
President of University of World Peace, 1999-present
Director of the Institute of Science, Technology and Public Policy, and Professor of Physics, 1992-present
President and Director of Research at Enlightened Audio Designs Corporation, 1989-present
Director of the Doctoral Program in Physics at Maharishi University of Management, 1984-present
Principle Investigator of NSF Grant no. PHY-8907815, 1987-1992

Military Experience:

Ph.D from Harvard University, 1981
M.A. from Harvard University, 1976
A.B from Dartmouth College, 1975

Family: Divorced. Lives in Fairfield, Iowa.

Contact campaign office:
Hagelin 2000
P.O. Box 1900
Fairfield, Iowa 52556
Phone: 800-332-0000; 515-472-2040

Related Links:

Hagelin for President

Listen to excerpts of candidates' stump speeches.

Related Stories:

Hagelin Stump Speech (14.4 | 28.8)
All Things Considered, September 20, 2000
Listen to an excerpt from Natural Law candidate John Hagelin, in an address given yesterday at the American University in Washington, D.C.

Reform Party (14.4 | 28.8)
All Things Considered, August 29, 2000
NPR's Pam Fessler reports on decision-making by state election officials across the country about which of the two Reform Party candidates to recognize on their presidential election ballots. Both Patrick Buchanan and John Hagelin claim to be the real Reform Party candidate. This dispute -- which has some $12.6 Million dollars in Federal funds ((ed: *NOT* "Federal matching funds")) riding alongside it -- will wind up in courts across the country before election day.

Reform Party (14.4 | 28.8)
Weekend Edition Sunday, August 13, 2000
NPR's Andy Bowers reports from Long Beach, California, on the Reform Party convention. The party has split into two factions, with two candidates running for President.

Reform Party Split (14.4 | 28.8)
Morning Edition, August 11, 2000
NPR's Andy Bowers reports from Long Beach, California, where the Reform Party convention has split in two. Supporters of Pat Buchanan control the convention hall. Yesterday they refused entrance to delegates for John Hagelin, so Hagelin's supporters moved to another site, at a theater next door. It now appears there will be two different Reform Party presidential candidates.

Reform Chaos (14.4 | 28.8)
All Things Considered, August 10, 2000
The Reform Party opened its national convention in Long Beach California today, still divided over the official standing of presidential candidate Pat Buchanan. Supporters of the firebrand conservative insist he has won a mail-in primary for the Reform nomination, while other party members say he has been disqualified. Buchanan supporters had the upper hand in the convention hall, so the dissenters walked out. NPR's Andy Bowers talks to Noah live from Long Beach.

Reform Party Convention in Long Beach (14.4 | 28.8)
Morning Edition, August 11, 2000
NPR's Andy Bowers reports on the upcoming Reform Party convention being held in Long Beach. In contrast to the Democratic and Republican convention, the Reform Party has two candidates vying for the party's presidential nomination. Ex-Republican Pat Buchanan is the clear favorite, but many expect John Hagelin, who's already the nominee of the Natural Law Party, to field a substantial challenge.

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