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March 26, 2008
John McCain: An article in Saturday's Section A on Republican presidential candidate John McCain's possible running mates quoted GOP consultant Scott Reed as saying, "By the time this election gets around, everyone is going to know he [would] be the oldest president ever sworn in." McCain, at 72, would be the oldest first-term president. President Reagan was 73 when sworn into his second term.
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March 26, 2008
John McCain: An article in Saturday's Section A on Republican presidential candidate John McCain's possible running mates quoted GOP consultant Scott Reed as saying, "By the time this election gets around, everyone is going to know he [would] be the oldest president ever sworn in." McCain, at 72, would be the oldest first-term president. President Reagan was 73 when sworn into his second term.
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October 16, 1996 | SAM FULWOOD III, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Back in 1988, when Scott Reed was field director for Jack Kemp's unsuccessful White House run, many of the twentysomething go-getters struggling to gain a toehold in politics came away from that bewilderingly disorganized campaign with one certain belief--their candidate might be going nowhere, but Reed would one day be the man in charge of a presidential campaign. And so he is.
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October 16, 1996 | SAM FULWOOD III, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Back in 1988, when Scott Reed was field director for Jack Kemp's unsuccessful White House run, many of the twentysomething go-getters struggling to gain a toehold in politics came away from that bewilderingly disorganized campaign with one certain belief--their candidate might be going nowhere, but Reed would one day be the man in charge of a presidential campaign. And so he is.
OPINION
April 7, 2013 | Doyle McManus
Almost four years ago, long before the 2012 presidential campaign heated up, CNN took a poll to learn who Republicans might choose as their party's next nominee. There were two clear front-runners: former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin and former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee. The former governor of Massachusetts, Mitt Romney, limped in third. By the time the campaign arrived, of course, Palin and Huckabee were pursuing careers as television pundits and after-dinner speakers, not presidential candidates.
NEWS
January 25, 1995 | Associated Press
Senate Majority Leader Bob Dole (R-Kan.) filled two senior jobs in his nascent 1996 presidential campaign Tuesday, bringing in William B. Lacy as deputy campaign chairman and Scott Reed as campaign manager. Lacy was a senior aide in Dole's 1988 presidential effort and had served as White House political director in 1985-86. Reed is executive director of the Republican National Committee and was a leading architect of the party's successful 1994 campaign strategy.
ENTERTAINMENT
May 29, 1994 | DON HECKMAN
* * Tom Scott, "Reed My Lips," GRP. Scott's back to his pop tricks. After some well-crafted jazz playing on his last album, the busy saxophonist has returned to the commercial wars. Scott brings skill and imagination to the jazz-pop genre, but this production has little room for creative stretching. One track stands out: On "Saxapella" Scott's overdubbed horns produce a colorful, funk-tinged saxophone version of a street corner a cappella jam.
NEWS
February 2, 1996 | WASHINGTON POST
President Clinton's top political strategist last week sent campaign polling data to an advisor to Senate Majority Leader Bob Dole (R-Kan.) to try to convince him that Dole's only chance of winning the Iowa and New Hampshire Republican presidential contests was to make a deal with the White House to balance the budget. In the secret overture, Clinton strategist Dick Morris said Dole should go for a budget deal with or without the support of fellow Republicans.
ENTERTAINMENT
May 7, 2004 | Don Braunagel, Special to The Times
Yes, Nicky Silver's satire "The Food Chain" targets our national obsession with eating, dieting and preening. But the title also refers to the hierarchy of social relationships, providing him an additional rich lode from which to mine laughs. The Old Globe's newly opened production of Silver's 1995 off-Broadway hit taps deeply into that lode, stimulated by a couple of hyperactive performances.
NEWS
June 3, 1995 | From Associated Press
Elizabeth Hanford Dole said Friday she would immediately sell more than $15,000 in Walt Disney Co. stock after being told that a Disney subsidiary made one of the movies that her husband, Sen. Bob Dole (R-Kan.), a presidential candidate, has criticized in recent attacks on Hollywood values. "Priest," a controversial film portraying sexual misconduct by Roman Catholic clergy, was produced by Miramax, which Disney acquired in 1993.
NEWS
May 29, 1995 | From Associated Press
Political consultant Edward J. Rollins has resigned from Senate Majority Leader Bob Dole's presidential campaign after referring to two Jewish congressmen as "Hymie boys" at a political roast. "I can confirm to you that Ed Rollins has left," Dole campaign spokesman Nelson Warfield said Sunday. "On the 22nd, he forwarded a letter resigning from the campaign to Scott Reed, the campaign manager." Rollins had spent less than a month as an unpaid political adviser to Dole (R-Kan.).
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