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October 16, 2005
Andrew Card
White House Chief of Staff
Andrew Card BIO:
Andrew Card was appointed Chief of Staff Nov. 26, 2000 under Pres. George W. Bush. He is the longest serving Chief of Staff since the Eisenhower administration.

· General Motors' VP of Government Relations since 1999.
· President & Chief Executive Officer of the American Automobile Manufacturers Association. (AAMA dissolved in 1998)
· Aug. 1992; coordinated Administration disaster relief in the wake of Hurricane Andrew.
· 11th Secretary of Transportation under Fmr. Pres. George Bush (1992-1993).
· Assistant to the President & Deputy Chief of Staff from 1988 to 1992.
· Senior Adviser to the Bush/Quayle Campaign.
· Served on the Bush/Quayle transition team.
· Special Assistant to the Pres. for Intergovernmental Affairs & subsequently Deputy Asst. to the President & Director of Intergovernmental Affairs under the Reagan Administration.
· Ran for Governor of Massachusetts in 1982 and lost.
· Massachusetts House of Representatives (1975-1983).
· Engineer by training.

· Graduated from University of South Carolina with a B.S. in Engineering.
· Attended the United States Merchant Marine Academy.
· Attended John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University.

· A native of Holbrook, Massachusetts.
· Married; three children and four grandchildren.

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Info: Andrew Card discusses issues affecting the Bush administration including the nomination of Harriet Miers to the Supreme Court, the war in Iraq and his role in decision making at the White House. He is the longest serving White House Chief of Staff since the Eisenhower Administration.

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