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Re: Political Birthdays 10/28 -10/31

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  • Joseph B. Craven, Jr.
    Once again, the members of TPG group come through! Thank you for the correction. I ve made the change to my list. ... inning ... see ... year- ... vacancy
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      Once again, the members of TPG group come through! Thank you for the
      correction. I've made the change to my list.

      --- In political-graveyard@yahoogroups.com, Scott Urbanowski
      <surb8784@s...> wrote:
      >
      > Governor Smylie died July 17 at the age of 89.
      >
      > "Joseph B. Craven, Jr." <joecraven@c...> wrote:
      >
      >
      > Well, I guess three days of celebrating the Red Sox World Series
      > victory is enough -- actually, it's not, but life goes on. When you
      > think of all the people who have lived long and productive lives
      > without ever seeing the Sox win -- well, at the top of the 9th
      inning
      > I went upstairs, woke up the kids, and brought them downstairs to
      see
      > it for themselves. It was truly fantastic, and it still seems
      > strange to say Red Sox and World Series Champtions in the same
      > sentence!! I've been remiss, however, in updating the political
      > birthdays. So, herewith, are the birthdays from Thursday, October
      > 28th through today, October 31st. Oh, Happy Halloween -- my six-
      year-
      > old is going as Johnny Damon. Who else?
      >
      > Thursday, October 28, 2004
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      > Zachary Paul Wamp (R-TN) is 47.
      > U.S. House 1995 to Present
      > Unsuccessful candidate for U.S. House 1992
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      > Friday, October 29, 2004
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      > Connie Mack, III (R-FL) is 64.
      > U.S. Senate 1989 to 2001
      > U.S. House 1983 to 1989
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      > Dirk Arthur Kempthorne (R-ID) is 53. (*)
      > Governor of Idaho 1999 to Present
      > U.S. Senate 1993 to 1999
      > Mayor of Moise, ID, 1985 to 1993
      >
      > Saturday, October 30, 2004
      >
      > Albert Henry Bosch (R-NY) is 96. (*)
      > NY Supreme Court Justice 1962 to 1974
      > Queens Co., NY, County Judge 1960 to 1962
      > U.S. House 1953 to 1960
      >
      > Gus Savage (D-IL) is 79.
      > U.S. House 1981 to 1993
      > Unsuccessful candidate for U.S. House 1970
      > Unsuccessful candidate for re-election to U.S. House 1992
      >
      > Laurence Junior Burton (R-UT) is 78.
      > U.S. House 1963 to 1971
      > Unsuccessful candidate for U.S. Senate 1970
      >
      > John Patrick Williams (D-MT) is 67.
      > U.S. House 1979 to 1997
      > MT House 1967 to 1969
      >
      > Glendall William Poshard (D-IL) is 59.
      > U.S. House 1989 to 1999
      > IL State Senate 1984 to 1988
      > Unsuccessful candidate for IL State Senate 1982
      > Unsuccessful candidate for Governor of Illinois 1998
      >
      > John Taylor Doolittle (R-CA) is 54.
      > U.S. House 1991 to Present
      > CA State Senate 1981 to 1990
      >
      > Frank Pallone, Jr. (D-NJ) is 53.
      > U.S. House 1988 to Present
      > NJ State Senate 1983 to 1988
      > First elected to U.S. House in a special election to fill the
      vacancy
      > caused by the death of U.S. Rep. James J. Howard.
      >
      > Peter Hoekstra (R-MI) is 51.
      > U.S. House 1993 to Present
      >
      > Timothy John Roemer (D-IN) is 48.
      > U.S. House 1991 to 2003
      >
      > Sunday, October 31, 2004
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      > Robert Eban Smylie (R-ID) is 90. (*)
      > Governor of Idaho 1955 to 1967
      > Attorney General of Idaho 1947 to 1955
      >
      > James Patrick Sutton (D-TN) is 89. (*)
      > U.S. House 1949 to 1955
      > Unsuccessful candidate for U.S. Senate 1954
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      > Griffin Boyette Bell is 86.
      > Attorney General of the United States 1977 to 1979
      > U.S. Court of Appeals 5th Circuit Judge 1962 to 1976
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      > Roy R. Romer (D-CO) is 76. (*)
      > Governor of Colorado 1987 to 1999
      > CO State Treasurer 1977 to 1987
      > CO State Senate 1963 to 1967
      > CO House 1959 to 1963
      > Unsuccessful candidate for U.S. Senate 1966
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      > Peter P. Smith (R-VT) is 61.
      > U.S. House 1989 to 1991
      > Lieutenant Governor of Vermont 1983 to 1986
      > VT State Senate 1981 to 1983
      > Unsuccessful candidate for Governor of Vermont 1986
      > Unsuccessful candidate for re-election to U.S. House 1990
      >
      > Paul Michael Parker (D/R-MS) is 55.
      > U.S. House 1989 to 1999
      > Unsuccessful candidate for Governor of Mississippi 2000
      >
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