WORCESTER -- Connie Mack
Little League president Luis Baez is doing everything he can to keep the baseball program alive, and he admits that some people think he's crazy for even trying.
29, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- In continuation of LEVICK's rapid expansion of its public affairs capabilities, LEVICK announced today the hiring of former Congressman Connie Mack
IV (R-Florida), who will assume the role of Executive Vice President for the firm.
was the first in the door to demand that Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner resign or get the boot.
was baseball--for fifty years he defined what would become the nation's game, its sports cultural expression.
We have several letters from the famed baseball manager Connie Mack
responding to my grandfather regarding possible player trades.
The panel has held nine meetings across the country, heard testimony from nearly 90 witnesses, and received more than 4,300 written comments, according to Advisory Panel Chairman Connie Mack
and Vice Chairman John Breaux.
Led by former Senators Connie Mack
and John Breaux, the President's Advisory Panel on Federal Tax Reform is charged with recommending ways to make the tax code simpler, fairer, and more growth oriented.
On January 6, Florida voters faced a new quandary in Broward County's special election for the District 91 state House seat left vacant by Connie Mack
In Florida, Democrat Bill Nelson should mice the seat vacated by Republican Connie Mack
And the Democrats should also hold on to contested seats in Nebraska where the popular governor Ben Nelson should keep Bob Kerrey's place, New Jersey where John Corzine should defeat Bob Franks, and New York where Hillary Clinton will nose out Rick Lazio.
Senator Connie Mack
of Florida for their efforts to promote the early detection of cancer and their commitment to medical research.
The actions of GOPers like Ted Stevens (R-AK), Connie Mack
(R-FL), Larry Craig (R-ID) and Jesse Helms (R-NC) have led to a public perception of Republicans as tree-whacking, owlhating, river-damming enviro-thugs.
Senators, Connie Mack
and Bob Graham, announced last month that final budget agreements worked out between the White House and Congress included funding for the new judges.