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ENG: Haley Reeves Barbour (born October 22, 1947) is an American politician currently serving as the 63rd Governor of Mississippi. He gained a national spotlight in August 2005 after Mississippi was hit by Hurricane Katrina. Barbour won re-election as Governor in 2007. Under Mississippi's term limits, Barbour cannot run again for Governor in 2011 when his term ends. Before being elected Governor, Barbour worked as a lawyer and lobbyist, was an unsuccessful candidate for the U.S. Senate and also served as Chairman of the Republican National Committee from 1993 to 1997, during which time the Republicans captured both the United States Senate and United States House of Representatives for the first time since 1954. On June 24, 2009, Barbour was elected the new Chairman of the Republican ...
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Chris Dudley joins Chris Christie, Haley Barbour

With just one percent separating them in the polls, Oregon’s gubernatorial candidates continue to call in big favors with national politicians. On Saturday, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie and Mississippi Governor Haley Barbour stumped for Republican gubernatorial candidate Chris Dudley. The Republican armada comes just one week after President Obama traveled to the state in an effort to boost support for Democratic candidate John Kitzhaber. The event, which was held as a “get out the vote’ rally, is the latest in the string of campaign events for both ...

Barbour: New GOP House Majority Will Last

NRCC ELECTION HQ -- Haley Barbour told the crowd here to settle in for a nice long run in the Congressional majority after tonight. "You're going to have a great number of years in the majority," he told the crowd of Republicans at this downtown DC hotel. "I don't know how many years, but it's going to be more than two -- I can tell you that." Barbour, the current governor of Mississippi and the chair of the RNC during the GOP's 1994 electoral sweep, said that tonight's results are "more important" than the last Republican Revolution. President Obama and the Democrats in Congress ...

HufPo - Barbour, not Palin, last nights big winner - HALEYWA

WASHINGTON -- He is the antithesis of President Barack Obama: a short portly white conservative from a small town in the Deep South. But for that very reason -- among many others -- Mississippi Gov. Haley Barbour is running hard (if undeclared) for the 2012 Republican presidential nomination. And he, not Sarah Palin, is the big winner in last night's election returns. Barbour, a former head of the Republican National Committee and a veteran pol of 30 years standing, is now chair of the GOP's governors' association and, in that role, has spent the last year wining, dining and ...

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Estimate of Immigration Overhaul's Cost Gets Mixed Reviews on Right
A Heritage Foundation study predicted that a proposal now in the Senate would vastly increase the government deficit in coming decades.
After a Stumble, Tech Lobby Refocuses on Immigration
After ads that drew criticism for promoting pet conservative causes, Fwd.us is trying to turn around its image as it prepares for the fight for immigration overhaul in the House.
Conservatives Urged to Back Immigration Overhaul
The former governors Jeb Bush of Florida and Haley Barbour of Mississippi want conservatives to argue that immigrants are essential for economic growth.
A Bipartisan Team Tackles Immigration
Two Republicans (Haley Barbour and Condoleezza Rice) and two Democrats (Henry Cisneros and Edward G. Rendell) have formed a commission to prod Congress on immigration.

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