Paul H. Corden

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Paul H. Corden is a Democratic candidate for the 4th Congressional District of South Carolina

Paul H. Corden is a Democratic candidate in the 2008 congressional elections for the 4th Congressional District (map) of South Carolina. He defeated Ted Christian in the Democratic run-off held on June 24, 2008. [1]

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Positions, record and controversies

Bio

Cordon worked in the commercial beverage industry managing plant operations, and in the food service industry as vice-president of a global equipment supplier. He was the president of a medical technology company and directed professional development for business and industry at Spartanburg Community College. [2]

2008 elections

He defeated Ted Christian in the Democratic run-off held on June 24, 2008. [1]

Money in politics

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Campaign contributions

The following is drawn from government records of campaign contributions to Paul H. Corden. Campaign contributions are one of the most direct conduits for influencing members of Congress. How to use this information.

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Committees and affiliations

Committees

Corden will be assigned committees if and when he is elected to Congress.

Affiliations

More background data

Contact

Cordon for Congress
Post Office Box 9195
Spartanburg, SC 29305

Articles and resources

See also

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 “South Carolina 2008 General Election”,“The Green Papers”, June 10, 2008
  2. Official Cordon for Congress Website

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