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Ken Salazar served as the 50th United States Secretary of the Interior and Colorado United States Senator and Attorney General. Mr. Salazar's law practice is focused on energy, environment, natural resources, corporate governance and Native American matters.Past AppearancesMr.
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In the 1998 general election the Republicans won the Colorado Governor’s office for the first time in 24 years when Bill Owens won a narrow victory over Gail Schoettler.
Ken Salazar: Ken Salazar, American lawyer and politician who was attorney general for the state of Colorado (1999–2005), a U.S. senator (2005–09), and secretary of the interior (2009–13) in the administration of Pres. Barack Obama.
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SALAZAR, Kenneth Lee, (brother of John Salazar), a Senator from Colorado; born in Alamosa, Colorado, March 2, 1955; B.A., political science, Colorado College, Colorado Springs, Colo., 1977; J.D., University of Michigan Law School, Ann Arbor, Mich., 1981; practiced law in Denver, Colo., 1981-1986, 1994-1998; chief legal counsel, Governor Roy ...
State Rep. Dave Young, a Greeley Democrat, announced Wednesday that his campaign for state treasurer has won endorsements from former Interior
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