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AIG's demise puts regulators in focus

WASHINGTON, Sept. 18 (UPI) -- The demise of American International Group Inc. highlights a flaw in the way the insurance industry is regulated, a trade group said.

Mehlman to chair Republican National Comm.

WASHINGTON, Nov. 11 (UPI) -- Ken Mehlman, campaign manager for Bush-Cheney '04, will be named head of the Republican National Committee, a source close to the White House told UPI Thursday. A former White House political director, Mehlman has strong ties to senior presidential counse

The Web: E-mail's last-minute vote-getting

CHICAGO, Nov. 2 (UPI) -- Electronic campaign literature has officially joined bumper stickers, yard signs and phone calls as an essential tool in the final push before the vote on Tuesday, experts said.
GENE J. KOPROWSKI, United Press International

Bush campaign pounces on Kerry remark

WASHINGTON, Oct. 11 (UPI) -- President George Bush's campaign will focus on and ridicule challenger Sen. John Kerry's remark that terrorists are a nuisance, CNN reported Monday.

Bush campaign names debate negotiators

WASHINGTON, Sept. 7 (UPI) -- Former U.S. Secretary of State James A. Baker will head the Bush team negotiating over the presidential debates, campaign chairman Marc Racicot said Tuesday.

Bush campaign leader chastises Kerry

WASHINGTON, Aug. 24 (UPI) -- The Bush campaign fired back at Democratic presidential candidate John F. Kerry Tuesday, suggesting Kerry was AWOL in the fight to unite America.

Republicans unveil primetiem speakers list

WASHINGTON, June 28 (UPI) -- The Republicans announced the first group of speakers Monday who are scheduled to address the party's upcoming national convention in New York City.

Edgar to head Bush Illinois campaign

CHICAGO, June 21 (UPI) -- Former Illinois Gov. Jim Edgar has been named to head the 2004 Bush-Cheney re-election campaign in a Midwest state where John Kerry is favored.

Bush camp creates living Reagan memorial

WASHINGTON, June 8 (UPI) -- The Bush-Cheney re-election Web site was updated Tuesday to include an online living memorial to Ronald Reagan, who died Saturday.

GOP wants Kerry apology for 'crooked' jibe

CHICAGO, March 11 (UPI) -- U.S. Republicans have demanded an apology for Democratic presidential candidate Sen. John Kerry's allegations they are "crooked" and "lying."

Marriage ban imminent say gay GOP leaders

WASHINGTON, Feb. 17 (UPI) -- The Bush White House will shortly endorse a constitutional ban on same-sex marriage, two prominent gay Republican leaders say.

New Republican National Committee leader

WASHINGTON, June 16 (UPI) -- Republican National Committee chairman Marc Racicot announced Monday he plans to step down next month.

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Marc F. Racicot (pronounced /ˈrɑːskoʊ/, like "Roscoe") (born July 24, 1948) is a U.S. politician and lobbyist and member of the Republican Party. He was the governor of Montana from 1993 until 2001. After leaving office, Racicot worked as a lobbyist for the law firm Bracewell & Patterson. His notable clients included Enron, Burlington Northern Santa Fe, and the Recording Industry Association of America. He also served as chairman of the Republican National Committee from 2002 until 2003, when he was appointed as the chairman of the Bush re-election campaign. In 2000 as well as 2004 he was rumored to be Bush's choice for Attorney General. During the 2000 election some saw him as a possible running mate for Bush. The Washington Post has described him as "one of Bush's closest friends and advisers"

Prior to being elected governor of Montana, he served as a prosecutor in the Judge Advocate General's Corps, U.S. Army (1973–1976), as deputy county attorney for Missoula County (1976–1977), as assistant attorney general and special prosecutor for the state of Montana (1977–1988) and as Montana attorney general (1988–1993). Racicot received an undergraduate degree from Carroll College and a law degree from the University of Montana.

In 1992 incumbent Governor Stan Stephens declined to run because of health problems. Racicot then competed with Democrat Dorothy Bradley of Bozeman. With taxes the main campaign issue, both candidates calling for a 4 percent sales tax but differed on how to spend such a tax. Racicot barely prevailed, 51–49 percent.

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