Geraldine Ferraro Passes Away at 75
Geraldine , the first woman to ever run for Vice President of the United States, passed away today. She was 75.
A family spokesperson confirms that Ferraro succombed to blood cancer at Massachusetts General Hospital around 10 a.m. In 1984, the three-term congresswoman from Queens joined Walter Mondale's Presidential ticket in an election against Ronald Reagon and George H.W. Bush.