Mary Alice "Mal" Hebert (born February 28, 1935) is an American retired schoolteacher and politician from Vermont who ran for Vice President as the candidate for the Socialist Party USA in 2004; and has run for many offices in her home state. She and her running-mate, Walt Brown, pulled in 10,837 votes, the highest total for the Socialist Party since 1952. She was married to her husband Fred Hebert until his death in October 2002.

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  • Mary Alice "Mal" Hebert (born February 28, 1935) is an American retired schoolteacher and politician from Vermont who ran for Vice President as the candidate for the Socialist Party USA in 2004; and has run for many offices in her home state. She and her running-mate, Walt Brown, pulled in 10,837 votes, the highest total for the Socialist Party since 1952. She was married to her husband Fred Hebert until his death in October 2002. (en)
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  • Mary Alice "Mal" Hebert (born February 28, 1935) is an American retired schoolteacher and politician from Vermont who ran for Vice President as the candidate for the Socialist Party USA in 2004; and has run for many offices in her home state. She and her running-mate, Walt Brown, pulled in 10,837 votes, the highest total for the Socialist Party since 1952. She was married to her husband Fred Hebert until his death in October 2002. (en)
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