Vice President Dick Cheney arrives on the tarmac at Dulles airport to board Air Force Two en route to Florida for a day of campaigning for President Bush.
With Gov. Jeb Bush on hand, Vice President Dick Cheney talks about the merits of going to war in Iraq at a 2004 Joint State Victory Committee reception in Orlando, Florida.
At just about every campaign stop, Vice President Dick Cheney, spends much of his prepared speech attacking John Kerry's record.
Vice President Dick Cheney boards his plane after campaigning in Florida. He takes few reporters or aids on trips with him and is known to limit media and public access to him.
VP Dick Cheney takes his place at the side of President George W. Bush at the Republican convention at Madison Square Gardens in New York, NY.
Vice President Dick Cheney took on a heavy schedule of campaigning for President Bush, criscrossing the country, staying on message and putting out any fires along the way.
Vice presidential candidates Vice President Dick Cheney and Sen. John Edwards, D-NC, face off in the Vice Presidential Debate 2004, at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio.
Vice President Dick Cheney waves at a small crowd of police officers gathered on the tarmac from Air Force Two before taking off for the trip back to DC after a day of campaigning.
Over a highball of white wine, Vice President Dick Cheney ponders a reporter's comment during a rare, cocktail hour meet and greet with reporters aboard Air Force Two somewhere over Florida after a day of campaigning in Ft. Lauderdale and Orlando.