Doug Usher

Vice President of the Mellman Group

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Vice President of the Mellman Group, a public-opinion polling firm; research consultant during the Clinton-Gore 1996 campaign, former advisor to the Democratic National Committee and former staffer at People for the American Way and the Capitol Group

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Mark Foley's lawyer says the  former Congressman  never abused any children, but explicit e-mails to teenage boys cost him his job.

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