The Center is Gone: Joe Lieberman, a Pioneer of Bipartisanship in US Politics, Dies at 82

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Joe Lieberman, a former senator from Connecticut, has passed away at the age of 82. The former Democratic candidate for vice-president in 2000 had left the party and was supporting a third-party bid for the White House this year. His family confirmed his death on Wednesday due to complications from a fall.

Lieberman was known for his deep love for God, his family, and America. He represented the center in US politics, a position that is becoming increasingly rare. In addition to being a senator, he was also the founding chair of No Labels, a bipartisan group that aimed to launch a presidential ticket to challenge Joe Biden and Donald Trump in this year’s election. Unfortunately, the group had not yet found suitable candidates for the campaign at the time of his passing.

The loss of Lieberman is felt deeply by many in American politics. He was known for his strong work ethic and his ability to work with people across the political spectrum. His passing marks the end of an era in US politics and highlights the need for more bipartisanship in today’s political landscape.

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