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'''John Albert Kitzhaber''' (b. March 5, 1947) is a medical educator and former [[Governor of Oregon]]. His also a former practicing physician. He graduated from South Eugene High School in 1965, Dartmouth College in 1969, and Oregon Health & Science University with a medical degree in 1973. In September of 2009 Kitzhaber announced his candidacy in the [[Oregon_gubernatorial_election,_2010|2010 Oregon Gubernatorial election]]<ref name=mapes090209>{{cite web|
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Revision as of 12:04, 25 January 2010

John Albert Kitzhaber (b. March 5, 1947) is a medical educator and former Governor of Oregon. His also a former practicing physician. He graduated from South Eugene High School in 1965, Dartmouth College in 1969, and Oregon Health & Science University with a medical degree in 1973. In September of 2009 Kitzhaber announced his candidacy in the 2010 Oregon Gubernatorial election[1].

Education

  • Dartmouth College
  • Oregon Health & Science University

As Governor

John Kitzhaber served two terms as Governor of Oregon, from 1995 through 2003.

See also

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