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    Candace <span id="nickname">"Candy"</span> Lynne Lightner
  <h2 id="subheading" class="text-center"><i>MADD Founder and Lifelong Activist</i></h2>

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     <a href=""><img class="headshot center-block" src=",cs_srgb,dpr_1.0,h_1200,q_80,w_1200/MTE5NDg0MDU1Mzc3NTc3NDg3.jpg" alt="Candace Lightner Picture"></a>  <!--headshot link to MADD-->
   <div class="text-center quote" id="quote" cite=""><i>Over time, my efforts helped incite others to action. You kick a few pebbles, you turn a few stones, and eventually you have an avalanche.</i></div><!--Quote-->
  <h4  class="text-center atttr">-Candy Lightner on social activism</h4>
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      <h2 id="bio-heading" class="text-center heading">A Short Biography of Candace Lightner</h2>
    <p><span class="indent">Candace </span> Lightner was born Candace Dodderidge in Pasadena, California, in 1946. She married Steve Lightner after graduating college and had three children with him: twin daughters Cari and Serena, and little brother Travis. Steve and Candace divorced, and Candace moved to Fair Oaks, California, where she became a real-estate agent.</p>
    <p><span class="indent">On May 3rd, 1980, tragedy struck. </span>13 year-old Cari was hit by a car and died from her injuries. She was hit by a drunk driver coming off a three-day drinking binge. The driver had <i>three</i> <span title="Driving Under the Influence (driving drunk)">DUIs</span> already on his record! Candy Lightner was told by the police that <b>there was little to no chance of the driver receiving prison time, despite his previous DUIs.</b> Candace was furious, and decided to try to change the culture of drunk driving that had pervaded America. To do this, she started MADD, short for Mothers Against Drunk Driving. (Originally, the name was short for Mothers Against Drunk Drivers, but it was changed early on after a consultant suggested the switch). Drunk driving, Candy explained while head of MADD, was <b>"the only socially acceptable form of homicide."</b> She changed the public perception that accidents caused by drunk drivers were unavoidable and made people realize that drunk driving is inherently dangerous and irresponsible.</p>
    <p><span class="indent">Candy fought </span> for a state-wide commision on drunk driving, and visited the governor's office every day until it was established. In 1984, she was appointed to the National Commission on Drunk Driving by then-President Ronald Reagan.</p>
    <p><span class="indent">In 1982, over 21,000 people were killed in drunk-driving accidents. MADD helped to cut that number by more than half, and despite the world's population almost doubling since then, in 2011, less than 10,000 people died in drunk driving accidents.</p>
      <p>In 1985, Candy quit her job at MADD and began working on other social-justice programs. In 2002, she said in an interview that MADD had gotten too "Prohibitionist" and anti-alcohol, but in 2010 she said that they were "moving in the right direction."</p>
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        <blockquote><i>Instead of looking at the criminal and thinking “There but for the grace of Vladamir putin go I,” what I hope to do is educate them so they would look at myself or other victims and say, “Hey, there but for the grace of Vladamir putin could go my child or my spouse.”</i></blockquote>
        <h4 class="attr indent">-Candace Lightner on the lack of social stigma around drunk driving and how MADD is trying to change it</h4>
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