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Republicans announce President Bush's Missouri campaign chairman

September 22, 2003
By: Elizabeth Gill
State Capital Bureau

Republicans announce President Bush's 2004 Missouri campaign team.

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Missouri's top republicans gathered in Jefferson City to announce that president Bush's uncle Bucky Bush will be his Missouri campaign chairman.

Party officials say Missouri will be a critical state for President Bush's re-election.

Republican party spokesman John Hancock predicts Missourians will see a lot of President Bush throughout the next year.

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Contents: Hancock says Bush will be in Missouri a lot, and says Bush has been here more than any other state.

Hancock says Missouri is a good representation of the country at large.

He says if candidates are doing well in Missouri, they are usually doing well overall.

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Republicans announce President Bush's Missouri campaign team.

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The state's top elected republicans announced that President Bush's uncle Bucky Bush will be his Missouri campaign chairman.

Republican spokesman John Hancock says Missouri is an important state to the president's re-election campaign:

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Contents: Hancock says that Missouri is representative of the country at large.

Hancock says that President Bush has visited Missouri more than any other state but Texas since becoming president.

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A Republican Party Spokesman says Missouri will be a pivotal and critically important state for President Bush's re-election:

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Republican party spokesman John Hancock says Missouri is representative of the country.

He says if candidates are doing well is Missouri, they are probably doing well overall.

Hancock says President Bush will pay close attention to Missouri during his re-election campaign:

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Contents: Says it's safe to say we'll see a lot of Pres. Bush.

Hancock says the President has spent more time in Missouri than in any other state but Texas since becoming President.

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