John Doolittle

John Doolittle

John Taylor Doolittle (born October 30, 1950), American politician, was a Republican member of the United States House of Representatives from 1991 to 2009, representing California's 4th congressional district. In the 109th Congress, he held a leadership role as the Deputy Whip for the Republican party in the House. He was succeeded in the House of Representatives by Tom McClintock.

Read more about John Doolittle:  Early Life and Education, Career Prior To The U.S. House, Campaign Finances, Controversies, 2008 Re-election Campaign

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John Doolittle - 2008 Re-election Campaign
... Colonel who lost to Doolittle in 2006 by only 3 percent of the vote, announced in February 2007 that he would run again in 2008 ... Brown outraised Doolittle in the first and second quarters of 2007 as of June 30, he had a net cash balance of $251,000 Doolittle had a negative balance of $32,000 ... County Republican Party chairman Ken Campbell, a longtime financial backer of Doolittle, said he was withdrawing his support ...

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