Bob Ney
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"Robert William "Bob" Ney" is an Politics of the United States/American politician from the U.S. state of Ohio. In 2007 he was convicted on charges of corruption and served a 30 month jail sentence. A Republican Party (United States)/Republican, Ney represented Ohio's 18th congressional district in the United States House of Representatives/U.S. House of Representatives from 1995 until November 3, 2006, when he resigned. Ney's resignation took place after he pled guilty to charges of conspiracy and making false statements in relation to the Jack Abramoff Indian lobbying scandal. Before he pled guilty, Ney was identified in the guilty pleas of Jack Abramoff, former Tom DeLay deputy chief of staff Tony Rudy, former DeLay press secretary Michael Scanlon and former Ney chief of staff Neil Volz for receiving lavish gifts in exchange for political favors.

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Will amount to little if it is not backed-up with real action, and I will work hard to help ensure that happens.

In 10 years I've spent two weekends in (Washington) D.C. I live here, my kids go to school here - I haven't lost touch with the people. What I've seen is that Sulzer is making that the issue.

Over the last 20 months that these tariffs have been in place, I have seen a true renewal in our steel industry -- companies consolidated, production grew and workers sacrificed for a better future.

Elections are important to the system, and I'll run on my record. I've been an elected official for 24 years, and I've worked with elected officials for 24 years. And I believe that you do you your job, and the voters like it, they'll reelect you.

They will not be in the member areas.

The bill has teeth, it has substance but it doesn't mandate upon our states, ... It doesn't federalize the election process.

Learn how to avoid problems in future elections.

I was shocked that he called it pork, as far as I'm concerned (Sulzer) slapped the constituents of the 18th district across the face. I've worked with local officials on both sides of the aisle and on every level, and I've always found a way to (return) taxpayer dollars. We've had a good track record.

Their coalition is weak, it really is, ... We have some people this morning who were undecided, then leaning toward yes, and are beginning again to question themselves and change their minds.