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In 2008, the moderate Gilchrest was defeated in the Republican primary by State Senator Andy Harris.
Despite being badly outspent, Gilchrest nearly unseated Dyson, losing by only 460 votes.
Gilchrest was ranked as the House's most liberal Republican in 2008 ( his final term ) by the National Journal, placing him to the left of 8 House Democrats.
In 1990, Gilchrest defeated Dyson 57 % to 43 % despite again being badly outspent by Dyson, who received substantial PAC contributions in all of his later campaigns.
For example, Republican Congressman Wayne Gilchrest pro-choice on the abortion issue was defeated by pro-life state senator Andy Harris in the Republican primary in 2008.

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On February 14, 2008, Rep. Jones was one of only three Republicans ( along with Ron Paul and Wayne Gilchrest ) to vote to hold George W. Bush confidantes Joshua Bolten and Harriet Miers in contempt of Congress for failing to testify and provide documents relevant to the firing of federal prosecutors.

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Today there exist nine structures with recognized historical markers dating back to the 18th century, including the DeBaum House on Kings Highway, the Smith House on Gilchrest Road and the Snedeker House, where the Commander-in-chief George Washington is believed to have spent a night.
While teaching at Kent County High School on the Eastern Shore, Gilchrest ran against four-term 1st District Democratic incumbent Roy Dyson in 1988.
Aside from his socially moderate stance, Gilchrest has drawn attention for his stance on the Iraq War.
In July 2008, the first Republican cosponsor, Rep. Wayne Gilchrest ( R-MD ) signed on.
* March 24-The Gilchrest Road crossing accident occurred on a level crossing in Clarkstown, New York, Five people were killed, and 44 injured.

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For example, Eve Fairbanks described right-wing opponents of moderate Republican Congressman Wayne Gilchrest as " Jacobin conservatives " in The New Republic.
* On April 28, 2009, Pennsylvania Senator Arlen Specter specifically mentioned the Club for Growth's previous activity in supporting conservative primary opponents against Republicans such as Wayne Gilchrest, Joe Schwarz, Lincoln Chafee and Heather Wilson, in his decision to run for re-election as a Democrat in 2010.
Wayne Thomas Gilchrest ( born April 15, 1946 ) is a former Republican member of the United States House of Representatives who represented.
Born in Rahway, New Jersey, Gilchrest was the fourth child of Elizabeth and Arthur Gilchrest's six boys.
Gilchrest was decorated with the Purple Heart, Bronze Star, and Navy Commendation Medal.
Rep. Gilchrest ( second from left ) and others join President George W. Bush for the signing of the North American Wetlands Conservation Reauthorization Act.
Gilchrest is a moderate Republican, and he broke ranks with his party more often than any other House member in 2007.
Gilchrest is a member of many moderate Republican groups such as the Republican Main Street Partnership, Republicans for Environmental Protection, and the Republican Majority For Choice.
Gilchrest was a Republican co-sponsor of Rep. Marty Meehan's " Military Readiness Enhancement Act " which would have repealed the " Don't ask, don't tell " policy.
Gilchrest also spoke in favor of same-sex marriage while the Maryland Legislature was considering legalizing it, calling same-sex marriage a matter of " social justice, civil rights and a more viable democracy.
Gilchrest also joined 16 Republicans and 229 Democrats voting in favor of House Concurrent Resolution ( H. CON. RES ) 63, a non-binding resolution expressing disapproval for the Iraq War troop surge of 2007.
That year, State Senator Andrew Harris, State Senator E. J. Pipkin, Joe Arminio, and Robert Banks challenged Gilchrest in the 2008 Republican primary.

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In 1961 the first important legislative victory of the Kennedy Administration came when the principle of national responsibility for local economic distress won out over a `` state's-responsibility '' proposal -- provision was made for payment for unemployment relief by nation-wide taxation rather than by a levy only on those states afflicted with manpower surplus.
West Berlin's Mayor Brandt vigorously demanded a firmer stand on the dismemberment of his city and won votes by it.
Not only should this provision be enforced but other economic and political actions might be taken which, this author believes, `` must surely be supported by every American who values the freedom that has been won for him and whose conscience is not so dominated by the lines in his account books that he can willingly and knowingly contribute to the enslavement of another nation ''.
The September-October term jury had been charged by Fulton Superior Court Judge Durwood Pye to investigate reports of possible `` irregularities '' in the hard-fought primary which was won by Mayor-nominate Ivan Allen Jr..
Toying with her field in the early stages, Garden Fresh was asked for top speed only in the stretch by Jockey Philip Grimm and won by a length and a half in 1.24 3-5 for the 7 furlongs.
So he picked up a stroke with the provisional ball and won the tournament by the margin of that stroke.
Those Dodgers won their first 10 games and owned a 21-2 mark and a nine-game lead by May 8.
In poultry judging, blues were won by John Nyberg of Tualatin, Anne Batchelder of Hillsboro, Jim Shaw of Hillsboro, Stephanie Shaw of Hillsboro and Lynn Robinson of Tigard.
Artfully, as the days went by, he found occasion to tell her that his father had won the Navy Cross in the Korean War ; ;
Taylor won and Lincoln hoped to be appointed Commissioner of the General Land Office, but that lucrative patronage job went to an Illinois rival, Justin Butterfield, considered by the administration to be a highly skilled lawyer, but in Lincoln's view, an " old fossil ".
Algeria had also won an Oscar for the movie Z, a political thriller directed by Costa Gavras.
Apollo's role as the slayer of the Python led to his association with battle and victory ; hence it became the Roman custom for a paean to be sung by an army on the march and before entering into battle, when a fleet left the harbour, and also after a victory had been won.
* 1851 – The first America's Cup is won by the yacht America.
Spassky won the first game as Black in good style, but tenacious, aggressive play from Karpov secured him overall victory by + 4 − 1 = 6.
It was won by Georges Bouton of the De Dion-Bouton Company, in a car he had constructed with Albert, the Comte de Dion, but as he was the only competitor to show up it is rather difficult to call it a race.
The three-match series resulted in a two-one win to England, notwithstanding a fourth match, won by the Australians, whose status remains a matter of ardent dispute.
Australia won the First Test by nine wickets, but in the next two England were victorious.
The 1894 – 95 series began in sensational fashion when England won the First Test at Sydney by just 10 runs having followed on.
England went on to win the series 3 – 2 after it had been all square before the Final Test, which England won by 6 wickets.
Australia resoundingly won the 1897 – 98 series by 4 – 1 under the captaincy of Harry Trott.
At Old Trafford, Australia won by just 3 runs after Victor Trumper had scored 104 on a " bad wicket ", reaching his hundred before lunch on the first day.

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