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'''Mike Enzi''' is a [[conservative]] [[Republican]] [[United States Senator]] from [[Wyoming]]. He was elected to the [[United States Senate]] in 1997 and has been reelected ever since.<ref>[http://www.senate.gov/~enzi/public/index.cfm?FuseAction=AboutSenatorEnzi.AboutMike About Senator Enzi] at [http://www.senate.gov/index.htm U.S. Senate website]</ref> Over the course of the current (110th) Congress, Enzi has voted with a majority of his Republican colleagues 88.6% of the time, as of March 22, 2008.<ref>[http://projects.washingtonpost.com/congress/members/e000285/ Michael Enzi] at Congress Votes Database - [[Washington Post]] </ref>
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'''Mike Enzi''' is a [[conservative]] [[Republican]] [[United States Senator]] from [[Wyoming]]. He was elected to the [[United States Senate]] in 1997 and has been reelected ever since.<ref>[http://www.senate.gov/~enzi/public/index.cfm?FuseAction=AboutSenatorEnzi.AboutMike About Senator Enzi] at [http://www.senate.gov/index.htm U.S. Senate website]</ref> Over the course of the current (110th) Congress, Enzi has voted with a majority of his [[Republican]] colleagues 88.6% of the time, as of March 22, 2008.<ref>[http://projects.washingtonpost.com/congress/members/e000285/ Michael Enzi] at Congress Votes Database - [[Washington Post]] </ref>
 
He previously served in the Wyoming Air National Guard from 1967-1973.  
 
He previously served in the Wyoming Air National Guard from 1967-1973.  
  

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Mike Enzi

Mike Enzi is a conservative Republican United States Senator from Wyoming. He was elected to the United States Senate in 1997 and has been reelected ever since.[1] Over the course of the current (110th) Congress, Enzi has voted with a majority of his Republican colleagues 88.6% of the time, as of March 22, 2008.[2] He previously served in the Wyoming Air National Guard from 1967-1973.

References

  1. About Senator Enzi at U.S. Senate website
  2. Michael Enzi at Congress Votes Database - Washington Post