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November 29, 1992 | JACK CHEEVERS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Fresh from its strong showing in the presidential election, Ross Perot's volunteer-rich campaign machine is converting itself into a nationwide citizens' lobby to advance the Texas tycoon's goals of political reform and sound economic policies. The campaign group--United We Stand, America--plans to start canvassing soon for members and money for the lobby, which will take the same name.
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December 18, 1992 | From a Times Staff Writer
The executive director of Ross Perot's nationwide citizens' lobby, United We Stand, America, has resigned and Perot has taken over most of his job, a spokesman said Thursday. Orson G. Swindle III, a former Ronald Reagan Administration official who had headed United We Stand since July, left on amicable terms to return to his wife and home in Honolulu, said Clay Mulford, the organization's general counsel. Swindle said he and his wife decided that "I just had to get back to my life."
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June 28, 1988 | SARA FRITZ and JACK NELSON, Times Staff Writers
House Speaker Jim Wright (D-Tex.), who is under investigation by the House Ethics Committee, Monday portrayed himself as a victim of a campaign of leaks and "poison arrows" by Reagan Administration officials. Wright, who frequently has denied charges that he used his influence to benefit himself and his friends, insisted that he "would not be under the pressure" of an internal House investigation if he had not challenged President Reagan's policy in Central America. " . . .
NEWS
November 29, 1992 | JACK CHEEVERS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Fresh from its strong showing in the presidential election, Ross Perot's volunteer-rich campaign machine is converting itself into a nationwide citizens' lobby to advance the Texas tycoon's goals of political reform and sound economic policies. The campaign group--United We Stand, America--plans to start canvassing soon for members and money for the lobby, which will take the same name.
NEWS
October 20, 1992 | From a Times Staff Writer
The Ross Perot campaign on Monday accused President Bush's campaign of "distorting remarks" made by Perot's national volunteer coordinator, Orson Swindle, and having taken the Perot aide's statements "out of context." Upon arrival for the presidential debate here Monday, President Bush said: "We agree, as Ross Perot's national coordinator Orson Swindle said this weekend, that a vote for Bill Clinton is a vote for disaster. Bill Clinton will not be able to control this spendthrift Congress."
NEWS
November 29, 1992 | JACK CHEEVERS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Fresh from its strong showing in the presidential election, Ross Perot's volunteer-rich campaign machine is converting itself into a nationwide citizens' lobby to advance the Texas tycoon's goals of political reform and sound economic policies. The campaign group--United We Stand, America--plans to start canvassing soon for members and money for the lobby, which will take the same name.
NEWS
December 18, 1992 | From a Times Staff Writer
The executive director of Ross Perot's nationwide citizens' lobby, United We Stand, America, has resigned and Perot has taken over most of his job, a spokesman said Thursday. Orson G. Swindle III, a former Ronald Reagan Administration official who had headed United We Stand since July, left on amicable terms to return to his wife and home in Honolulu, said Clay Mulford, the organization's general counsel. Swindle said he and his wife decided that "I just had to get back to my life."
NEWS
November 29, 1992 | JACK CHEEVERS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Fresh from its strong showing in the presidential election, Ross Perot's volunteer-rich campaign machine is converting itself into a nationwide citizens' lobby to advance the Texas tycoon's goals of political reform and sound economic policies. The campaign group--United We Stand, America--plans to start canvassing soon for members and money for the lobby, which will take the same name.
NEWS
October 20, 1992 | From a Times Staff Writer
The Ross Perot campaign on Monday accused President Bush's campaign of "distorting remarks" made by Perot's national volunteer coordinator, Orson Swindle, and having taken the Perot aide's statements "out of context." Upon arrival for the presidential debate here Monday, President Bush said: "We agree, as Ross Perot's national coordinator Orson Swindle said this weekend, that a vote for Bill Clinton is a vote for disaster. Bill Clinton will not be able to control this spendthrift Congress."
NEWS
June 28, 1988 | SARA FRITZ and JACK NELSON, Times Staff Writers
House Speaker Jim Wright (D-Tex.), who is under investigation by the House Ethics Committee, Monday portrayed himself as a victim of a campaign of leaks and "poison arrows" by Reagan Administration officials. Wright, who frequently has denied charges that he used his influence to benefit himself and his friends, insisted that he "would not be under the pressure" of an internal House investigation if he had not challenged President Reagan's policy in Central America. " . . .
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