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Bill Richardson: 1947—: Politician Biography

Gave Up Baseball For Political Science, Began Career In Politics, Won Congressional Seat, Had Long Career In Congress



Bill Richardson was installed as the governor of New Mexico on January 12, 2003. His political career began 21 years earlier when he was elected to the U.S. House of Representatives as the representative of New Mexico's third district in 1982. After 14 years in Congress, Richardson served as the U.S. ambassador to the United Nations (UN) and as the secretary of the Department of Energy. Known for his diplomatic skills, Richardson has worked for years as an unofficial ambassador for U.S. interests around the world.


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