David Roybal

former Speechwriter, then-Engergy Secretary Ralph Richardson

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Speech writer for then-Energy Secretary Ralph Richardson; journalist in New Mexico for the past 27 years, he writes column for the Albuquerque Journal

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Former Senator  John Edwards  says he’s not worried that  Hillary Clinton  and  Barack Obama  are getting all the attention, but New Mexico Governor  Bill Richardson 's frustrated…

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Former Senator John Edwards says he’s not worried that Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama are getting all the attention, but New Mexico Governor Bill Richardson 's frustrated…

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