An official portrait of Elizabeth hangs in the Department of Labor.
Elizabeth is currently the Senator of North Carolina. She was elected in 2002. Her term ends in 2009.
Elizabeth is the chair of the National Republican Senatorial Committee.
Elizabeth was president of the American Red Cross from (1991-2000).
Elizabeth was United States Secretary of Transportation (1983-1987).
In 1975, Elizabeth married Senator Robert J. Dole.
Elizabeth received a J.D. from Harvard Law School (1965).
Elizabeth recieved a master's degree from Harvard University (1960).
Elizabeth graduated from Duke University in Durham, North Carolina (1958).
Elizabeth: My objective as Secretary of Labor is to look through the 'glass ceiling' to see who is on the other side, and to serve as a catalyst for change.
Elizabeth: Marriage between a man and a woman isn't something Republicans invented, but it is something Republicans will defend.
Elizabeth: If our leaders are not worthy, we have the power to elect leaders who are.
Elizabeth: We have learned that power is a positive force if it is used for positive purposes.
Elizabeth: When I asked my supporters at the Iowa straw poll how many were first-time political participants, half the people raised their hands. And as I talked about the joy of leadership--empowering people to believe in themselves, that they can make a difference--I saw women in the audience sit up a little straighter.