Paul Cellucci

Paul Cellucci

Argeo Paul Cellucci was an American politician and diplomat from Massachusetts. A Republican, he served in the House of Representatives and Senate of Massachusetts before being elected the state's lieutenant governor, a position he held from 1991-97 under Governor William Weld. Wikipedia*

On the C-SPAN Networks:
Paul Cellucci has 27 videos in the C-SPAN Video Library; the first appearance was a 1990 Speech as a Lieutenant Governor Candidate. The year with the most videos was 1998 with seven videos. The year with the highest average number of views per program was 2002 with an average of 160 views per program as an Ambassador for the Canada of the United States. Most appearances with John M. Engler (5), Tommy Thompson (5), John G. Rowland (4). Most common tags: Massachusetts, State Politics, Governor.

Appearances by Title:

Previously

Governor,
R-Massachusetts
c. July 29, 1997 - c. March 1, 2001 Videos: 20 Ambassador, Canada, United States c. April 1, 2001 - c. March 31, 2005 Videos: 4 Lieutenant Governor,
R
c. July 16, 1994 - c. November 21, 1997 Videos: 1 Lieutenant Governor Candidate,
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c. November 6, 1990 - c. July 16, 1994 Videos: 2

Recent Appearances

  • Taxes and Health Care

    Taxes and Health Care

    Republican presidential candidate Rudy Giuliani took part in a discussion on fiscal policy and taxes. Governor Cellucci and…

  • U.S.-Canada Relations

    U.S.-Canada Relations

    Ambassador Cellucci spoke at the Canadian Club in Toronto about his experiences as ambassador and U.S.-Canada relations. He…

  • U.S.-Canada Relations

    U.S.-Canada Relations

    Paul Cellucci has been the U.S. Ambassador to Canada since April, 2001 and is now finishing his four-year term. In an interview with CPAC,…

  • Canadian September 11 Memorial Ceremony

    Canadian September 11 Memorial Ceremony

    Participants gathered to pay tribute to the victims of September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks on the U.S. The ceremony was…

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