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Joe Lieberman, the former Democratic vice-presidential candidate in 2000 and a Senator from Connecticut for over three decades, passed away at the age of 82. He had recently left the Democratic Party and was supporting a third-party bid for president this year. His family announced his death on Wednesday, stating that he died suddenly due to complications from a fall.

Lieberman was known for his unwavering commitment to public service and his dedication to representing the center in US politics. He founded No Labels, a bipartisan group aimed at launching a presidential ticket that would challenge Joe Biden and Donald Trump in the upcoming election. However, despite their efforts, the group had not yet found suitable candidates for the campaign.

The former senator’s love for God, family, and America was evident throughout his life. He worked tirelessly to promote peace and understanding between different groups of people and to create a more just and equitable society. His passing is deeply felt by many who knew him as a leader who always put the interests of others before his own.

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