President Bush has chosen former Senate Finance Committee aide Candida “Candi” Wolff as the first woman to lead the White House congressional liaison office, replacing David Hobbs, who left for a job in the private sector. Wolff’s r√?∆? ¬©sum√?∆? ¬© includes stints with the Senate Republican Policy Committee under Sen. Larry Craig (R.-Idaho) and Vice President Cheney’s legislative affairs office. But she may be best known for her role as a Finance Committee aide who rallied the GOP to oppose President Bill Clinton’s 1993 deficit-reduction plan and tax increase.
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