Boiler Room Girls

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The "Boiler Room Girls" were the female members of Senator Robert F. Kennedy's 1968 presidential campaign staff. While an American political campaign often makes calls from a phone bank that has much in common with a marketing boiler room, this group actually had desks in space designed as a mechanical room of the building the campaign used.[citation needed]

Six of them, listed in descending order of age (in 1968), were the following:

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