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J.C. Watts

From football hero to his remarkable eight years as one of the most recognizable members
of Congress, J.C. Watts is an embodiment of the American dream. An outstanding
quarterback who led the University of Oklahoma to two Orange Bowl victories and
later committed himself to helping his community as an ordained minister, Watts is
admired by many for his integrity and strong leadership. Elected to Congress from his
native Oklahoma, fellow congressmen quickly recognized Watts’ leadership qualities
and elected him to serve as the chairman of the House Republican Conference, the
fourth-highest position in the House. He was honorary co-chairman of the 2000 Republican
National Convention and is a passionate voice for boosting national security,
adhering to fiscal discipline and investing in education. He is the author of What Color
Is Conservative? My Life and My Politics.

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