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I chose to do my paper on the democratic primary for the fourth congressional district race The race was between the incumbent Cynthia McKinney and the challenger Denise Majette Cynthia McKinney has been in office since 1992 and Denise Majette has been a Georgia State judge since 1992 I chose to do the race because it seemed to be very controversial and it was in my district Cynthia McKinney was born in Atlanta Georgia on March 17 1955 and currently lives in south DeKalb County In 1978 she earned a BA in International Relations from the University of Southern California She was awarded a Masters in Law and Diplomacy from the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy and periodically does work to complete her PhD there Cynthia is the daughter of veteran Georgia State Representative Billy McKinney and Leola McKinney a nurse of forty years at Grady Hospital in Atlanta Denise Majette is a 46-year-old native of Brooklyn New York She earned her bachelors degree in history at Yale University in New Haven Connecticut in 1976 and her juris doctor degree at the Duke University School of Law in Durham North Carolina in 1979 After law school she was a staff attorney with the Legal Aid Society in Winston-Salem North Carolina where she also was a clinical adjunct professor of law at Wake Forest University Much like any other political campaign this one was full of mud-slinging The issues in this campaign were very controversial Denise Majette attacked McKinney as not being patriotic as the result of her statement that President George W Bush knew about 911 and about her contributions received from Arab groups McKinneys supporters attacked Majette as a stooge for outside interests Jews a supporter of evil development plans landfills and most importantly being a Republican Kintisch 2002 While doing my research I came across an article about Denise Majettes cruel actions as a judge This article listed countless incidents
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