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Wed November 21, 2012
Remembering Warren Rudman
The former Republican U.S. Senator from New Hampshire died Monday night, at age eighty-two. For decades, Rudman was a prominent voice in New Hampshire and National politics…on deficit reduction, homeland security, and campaign finance. We’ll look back at his long career with Granite Staters who knew him.
Click here to listen to Warren Rudman's featured appearance on the Exchange during our 25 in 25 series back in 2007.
- Kevin Landrigan - Longtime political reporter for the Telegraph of Nashua and lead writer for TheLobbyNH.com;
- Tom Rath - Former NH Attorney General and Republican National Committeeman. Rath and Warren Rudman worked toghter to promote David Souter's nomination to the U.S. Supreme Court.
- Congressman Charlie Bass - outgoing Republican Congressman of New Hampshire's 2nd District.
- John Rauh – Founder & Chairman of the Board for Americans for Campaign Reform, which works for public funding of campaigns. Warren Rudman was one of the four original chairs of the organization.
- Bob Bixby - Executive Director for the Concord Coalition, a nationwide, non-partisan, grassroots organization that promotes deficit reduction. Warren Rudman was a co-founder of the bipartisan organization
- Dick Swett - served as Democratic Congressman from 1991-1995 and as U.S. Ambassador to Denmark from 1998-2001. His career in Congress overlapped briefly with Rudman’s in the early 1990s. An architect, he’s now co-founder and CEO of Climate Prosperity Enterprise Solutions based in Concord.