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October 28, 1997 | FRANK B. WILLIAMS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The smile is that of a polished politician: wide and easily accessible for a photo op. But unlike most veteran politicians, there is no hint of gray in the hair of 27-year-old Harold E. Ford Jr. As the youngest member of the 105th Congress, Ford has taken advantage of his rich political family name in Tennessee and a lifetime of growing up running the halls of Congress, noting the best vending machines and befriending politicians he now works with.
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October 28, 1997 | FRANK B. WILLIAMS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The smile is that of a polished politician: wide and easily accessible for a photo op. But unlike most veteran politicians, there is no hint of gray in the hair of 27-year-old Harold E. Ford Jr. As the youngest member of the 105th Congress, Ford has taken advantage of his rich political family name in Tennessee and a lifetime of growing up running the halls of Congress, noting the best vending machines and befriending politicians he now works with.
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October 24, 2006 | Peter Wallsten, Times Staff Writer
A new Republican Party television ad featuring a scantily clad white woman winking and inviting a black candidate to "call me" is drawing charges of race-baiting, with critics saying it contradicts a landmark GOP statement last year that the party was wrong in past decades to use racial appeals to win support from white voters.
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