Gillmor Found Dead in Apartment

Cohen, Richard E.; Smallen, Jill; Dick, Jason
September 2007
National Journal;9/8/2007, Vol. 39 Issue 34, p47
The article reports U.S. Representative Paul Gillmor was found dead in his apartment in Arlington, Virginia on September 5, 2007. His death was discovered by the Congressional staff after he failed to report to work. Investigators to the incident believe that his death is due to natural causes. A special election will be held in order to fill his Republican seat.


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