Dallas, George

Dallas, George (Mifflin)

(1792–1864) vice-president, U.S. senator; born in Philadelphia. He came from a wealthy Philadelphia family. A Jacksonian Democrat, he was mayor of Philadelphia and a senator before winning the vice-presidency in 1844 under James Polk. He promoted the view that a vice-president should always support his administration's policies, regardless of his own political beliefs.
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in Dallas, George Finfrock has been named vice president and corporate controller; previously, he was corporate controller with Choice Homes.
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) at a July hearing in Dallas, George Freeborn, president of Textek Plastics, urged the agency to adopt regulations implementing the 1990 Clean Air Act that will give plastics manufacturers the operational flexibility needed to remain competitive in the global marketplace.

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