In the politics game, there are more hellos than goodbyes

July 2007
Hill;7/19/2007, Vol. 14 Issue 88, p14
The article reports that Jason Klindt, former communications director for defeated Montana Republican Senator Conrad Burns's political campaign has returned to Capitol Hill, Washington D.C. to act as the new communications director for Montana Republican Representative Sam Graves. Furthermore, Matt Mackowiak, a former press secretary to Burns, has also returned to Capitol Hill serving in the office of Republican Texas Senator Kay Bailey Hutchison.


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