July 2007
Hill;7/26/2007, Vol. 14 Issue 91, p20
The article presents news briefs related to politics in various states in the U.S. In California, Auburn City Council member Mike Holmes has opened an exploratory committee. Representative-elect Paul Broun is set to be sworn after his opponent, Senator Jim Whitehead decided for a recount. In New Hampshire, State and Human Services Commissioner John Stephen will be leaving his post in August 2007.


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