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Ed Rollins - Early Career
... for the California campaign to re-elect President Richard Nixon ... This gave Rollins his first close contact with Governor Ronald Reagan, who chaired Nixon's California campaign, and Lyn Nofziger, who ran the West Coast Nixon political operation ... After Nixon's sweep in California failed to result in a GOP-controlled legislature, Rollins moved to Washington in 1973, to serve as principal assistant to Monagan overseeing congressional relations at the Department ...
Peter Nixon
... Peter James Nixon AO (born 22 March 1928) is a former Australian politician representing the National Party (and also under its former name, the Country Party) ... Born in Orbost, Victoria, Nixon was a grazier and company director ... Nixon quickly became a senior member of the Country Party and first entered the ministry as Minister for the Interior in October 1967 before moving to the Shipping and Transport portfolio in 1971 under John ...
Sheridan Downey - Re-election
... Nixon in the general election ... In the ensuing Douglas-Nixon race, Nixon prevailed in what his critics called a smear campaign ... From this race, Nixon emerged with the sobriquet "Tricky Dick" ...
Francis Nixon (bishop)
... Francis Russell Nixon (August 1803 – 7 April 1879) was the first Bishop of Tasmania ... Nixon was the son of Rev ... Robert Nixon, an amateur painter ...
John Nixon (Indian Army Officer) - WWI
... Nixon was sent to take control of the area early in 1915 and he chose to embark on an aggressive plan to take as much of Mesopotamia as he could ... Following in this tradition, Nixon's aggressive stance in Mesopotamia was not submitted for approval from London ... But Nixon ordered a continuation of the expedition and so the 6th Poona division headed up river ...

Famous quotes containing the word nixon:

    My mother always used to say, “There is no path to peace. Peace is the path.”
    Donald Freed, U.S. screenwriter, and Arnold M. Stone. Robert Altman. Richard Nixon (Philip Baker Hall)

    People have got to know whether or not their president is a crook. Well, I’m not a crook.
    —Richard M. Nixon (1913–1992)

    When the President does it, that means that it is not illegal.
    —Richard M. Nixon (1913–1992)