J.C. Watts

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J.C. Watts, Jr. was a Republican Congressman from the fourth district of Oklahoma between 1994 and 2002. He is chairman of J.C. Watts Companies, which "provide services in communication, business and public affairs". [1],[2]

"The former House Republican Conference chairman has reeled in a host of clients since establishing his own company." [3]

Watts was GOPAC Chairman for nearly four years; he was succeeded by Michael Steele. [1]

According to a biographical note, "he advises or serves as a corporate director for several major companies, including John Deere, Wells Fargo, NASCAR, SBC Communications, Burlington Northern Santa Fe, Clear Channel Communications, Dillard’s Department Stores, and Terex Corporation." [4]

Book

  • J.C. Watts and Chriss Winston, "What Color Is A Conservative?", HarperCollins Publishers,October 2002. ISBN 0060194367[2]

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References

  1. No byline (2007-02-01). Maryland Lt. Governor Michael Steele named GOPAC Chairman. GOPAC.org. Retrieved on 2011-03-28. “GOPAC today announced former Congressman J.C. Watts, Jr. will be stepping down after serving nearly four years as Chairman. Former Maryland Lieutenant Governor Michael Steele will be named as GOPAC's seventh Chairman.”
  2. Yes, it appears Chriss is spelled with 2 s's

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