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

David Roybal on KCRW

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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