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  • DeMint's first involvement in politics began in 1992, when he was hired by Republican Representative Bob Inglis to work on his campaign for South Carolina's Fourth Congressional District.Jim DeMint-Wikipedia
  • In the summer of 2009, Gowdy, announced that he would challenge incumbent Republican U.S. Congressman Bob Inglis in the Republican primary for.Trey Gowdy-Wikipedia
  • On June 6, 2009, Thomas announced his candidacy for the U.S. House of Representatives, challenging incumbent Bob Inglis in the Republican primary for the 4th District.David L. Thomas-Wikipedia
  • The race between Hollings and Bob Inglis, U.S. Representative gave the voters a choice of two very different visions of and for South Carolina.1998 United States Senate elections-Wikipedia
  • She was narrowly defeated for re-election in 1992 by Republican Bob Inglis, an attorney who had never run for office before.Liz J. Patterson-Wikipedia
  • Engel introduced the Open Fuel Standards Act, alongside Congressmen Kingston, Steve Israel (D-NY) and Bob Inglis (R-SC).Eliot Engel-Wikipedia

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