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  • DeMint's first involvement in politics began in 1992, when he was hired by Republican Representative Bob Inglis to work on his campaign for South Carolina's Fourth Congressional District.Jim DeMint-Wikipedia
  • In July 2010 Rep. Bob Inglis, (R-SC) said that he thought it was counterproductive for the conservative movement for some to promote misinformation about death panels when they do not exist.Death panel-Wikipedia
  • In the summer of 2009, Gowdy, announced that he would challenge incumbent Republican U.S. Congressman Bob Inglis in the Republican primary for.Trey Gowdy-Wikipedia
  • The race between Hollings and Bob Inglis, U.S. Representative gave the voters a choice of two very different visions of and for South Carolina.1998 United States Senate elections-Wikipedia
  • Engel introduced the Open Fuel Standards Act, alongside Congressmen Kingston, Steve Israel (D-NY) and Bob Inglis (R-SC).Eliot Engel-Wikipedia
  • She was narrowly defeated for re-election in 1992 by Republican Bob Inglis, an attorney who had never run for office before.Liz J. Patterson-Wikipedia
  • Inspired by the market-friendly structure of carbon fee and dividend, Republican Congressman Bob Inglis introduced H.R. 2380 (the 'Raise Wages, Cut Carbon Act of 2009') in the U.S. House of Representatives on May 13, 2009.Carbon fee and dividend-Wikipedia
  • Former United States Congressional Representative Bob Inglis (R-South Carolina) heads the Energy and Enterprise Initiative at George Mason University which is making the conservative case for climate legislation through support for a carbon tax.Carbon tax-Wikipedia
  • Bob Inglis is quoted, "I see incredible opportunity.... We improve our national security. We create jobs and we clean up the air."Climate security-Wikipedia
  • On June 6, 2009, Thomas announced his candidacy for the U.S. House of Representatives, challenging incumbent Bob Inglis in the Republican primary for the 4th District.David L. Thomas-Wikipedia
  • To date, he is the last reasonably well-funded Democrat to run in the district since Liz J. Patterson was unseated by Bob Inglis in 1992, and the only Democrat since then to clear the 40 percent mark.Glenn G. Reese-Wikipedia
  • Incumbent Democratic Congresswoman Liz J. Patterson of the 4th congressional district, in office since 1987, was defeated for re-election by Republican challenger Bob Inglis.1992 United States House of Representatives elections in South Carolina-Wikipedia
  • In his last Senate race in 1998, Hollings faced Republican congressman Bob Inglis.Fritz Hollings-Wikipedia
  • Four incumbents were re-elected, but incumbent Democrat Liz J. Patterson of the 4th congressional district was defeated for re-election by Republican Bob Inglis.1992 United States House of Representatives elections in South Carolina-Wikipedia
  • Republican Congressman Bob Inglis, seeking his fifth term overall and his second consecutive term, faced off against Democratic candidate William Griffith, Libertarian John Cobin, and Green candidate C. Faye Walters, which he won handily.2006 United States House of Representatives elections in South Carolina-Wikipedia
  • Incumbent Republican Congressman Bob Inglis had been in office since 2005, but lost to Trey Gowdy in the primary election.2010 United States House of Representatives elections in South Carolina-Wikipedia
  • CCL's advisory board also includes former Secretary of State George P. Shultz, former US Representative Bob Inglis, actor Don Cheadle, and RESULTS founder Sam Daley-Harris.Citizens' Climate Lobby-Wikipedia
  • Incumbent Republican Congresswoman Bob Inglis of the 4th congressional district, in office since 1993, defeated Democratic challenger Jerry L. Fowler.1994 United States House of Representatives elections in South Carolina-Wikipedia
  • Legislation for the prize, introduced by Rep. Bob Inglis, passed the United States House of Representatives in May 2006 as, but did not receive a vote in the United States Senate.H-Prize-Wikipedia
  • Incumbent Republican Congresswoman Bob Inglis of the 4th congressional district, in office since 1993, defeated Democratic challenger Darrell E. Curry.1996 United States House of Representatives elections in South Carolina-Wikipedia
  • The Red Shirts have organized demonstrations in support of the Confederate flag, against the establishment of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, and against moderate leaning politicians they regard as "scalawags" and "carpetbaggers" such as Lindsey Graham, Bob Inglis, John McCain, and attorney Morris Dees.Red Shirts (United States)-Wikipedia
  • Episode 3, "The Surge" (April 27, 2014): Chris Hayes reports on how Superstorm Sandy affected towns and families; he meets with congressman Michael Grimm from New Jersey, initially a climate skeptic, who changes his position on global warming after reviewing the science and the work of fellow-Republican Bob Inglis.Years of Living Dangerously-Wikipedia
  • Thomas challenged the incumbent Republican Bob Inglis in a primary election.Harry B. Luthi-Wikipedia
  • The film features interviews with Wesley Clark, Daniel Goleman, Bob Inglis, Oren Lyons, Leonard Mlodinow, Timothy Morton, Mark Plotkin, Ian Robertson, Piers Sellers, and others.Living in the Future's Past-Wikipedia
  • Incumbent Republican Congressman Bob Inglis of the 4th congressional district, in office since 1993, chose to run for Senator instead of re-election.1998 United States House of Representatives elections in South Carolina-Wikipedia
  • When incumbent Republican Congressman Jim DeMint decided to run for Senate instead of seeking a fourth term, former Republican Congressman Bob Inglis, who had previously represented this seat, defeated Democrat Brandon Brown and Green Party candidate Faye Walters to return to Congress for his fourth term.2004 United States House of Representatives elections in South Carolina-Wikipedia
  • In 2010, Sullivan was the lead strategist for Congressman Trey Gowdy’s victory over incumbent congressman Bob Inglis in the primary That year he also advised Marco Rubio’s 2010 Senate campaign and in 2011 was hired by Rubio as his Deputy Chief of Staff.Terry Sullivan (political consultant)-Wikipedia
  • After graduating law school, Haynes started his career as staff counsel for former Governor of South Carolina Carroll A. Campbell, Jr. He was next hired by South Carolina Representative Bob Inglis to serve as his chief of staff, and later became Inglis' campaign manager during his 1998 U.S. Senate campaign against Ernest Hollings.Bruce Haynes (consultant)-Wikipedia

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