Talk:Dean Watkins

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The source of this Wikipedia entry is "Temperance movement Groups and Leaders in the U.S., " from which the material in bold was taken. Omission of this source reference has now been corrected.David Justin 18:54, 28 March 2007 (UTC)

Dean Watkins, a retired aeronautical engineer, was the Prohibition Party candidate for vice-president of the United States in 2000. Watkins' family has had a long association with the temperance movement. His grandfather, Aaron Watkins, was the Prohibition Party candidate for vice-president in 1908 and 1912 and its candidate for president in 1920.

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