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“Dave Funk, co-chairman of the Polk County GOP, in the most populous country in Iowa, said that in the tea party era, fiscal issues will override social ones.”
“BDP co-chairman Gultan Kisanak said in an interview Wednesday that Mr. Oruc was "murdered" by police firing live rounds.”
“BDP co-chairman Selahattin Demirtas said in an interview with Turkey's NTV television Tuesday that the election-commission ruling would be seen as an attack on Kurds as a whole and could lead to violence.”
“Trump is not my top pick for the nomination, but only fools would underestimate him," said Fred Malek, a GOP fund-raiser and a finance co-chairman of Sen. John McCain's 2008 presidential campaign.”
“Beside the fact that Corrigan, Paul Volcker's sidekick at the Federal Reserve and former New York Fed chairman who is co-chairman of Goldman's business standards committee, which wrote the report, is talking up his own book here, notice the haziness of that "overstatement," which can mean almost anything.”
““This investment further demonstrates our commitment to the future of the Quiznos Pro Challenge,” said event co-chairman Rick Schaden.”
“I think John Bolton ought to stick to international predictions and leave economic predictions to other people," said Dave Funk, co-chairman of the Polk County Republican Party in Iowa.”
“Mr. Akant, who called the record volumes a "symbol of recovery," is the buy-side subcommittee co-chairman of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York's Foreign Exchange Committee, the body that compiled the North American survey.”
“Dorgan, who retired from his North Dakota Senate seat after 18 years, will be co-chairman of the firm's government relations practice.”
“Shawn Hunter, now the co-chairman for the upstart Quiznos Pro Challenge, was the company president at the time.”
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