BAKER RECALLS MEETING "GRACIOUS" BUSH ON 1980 CAMPAIGN
Gov. Charlie Baker first met George H.W. Bush as a 20-something working on the 1980 presidential campaign of former Texas governor and Treasury Secretary John Connally.
Bush was at a cattle-call event for those seeking the Republican nomination, and Baker got the chance along with other staff and volunteers to meet the man who would go on that year to lose the nomination to Ronald Reagan, but join the ticket as the vice presidential candidate.
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