Interview with Vernon Parker

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Vernon Parker was the Department of Agriculture's first ever assistant secretary for civil rights, a former general counsel of the U.S. Office of Personnel Management, and served as the special assistant to President George H. W. Bush. Parker has also served on various boards, including the Salvation Army National Advisory Board; the Christian Family Care Agency, and the Starshine Academy, an Arizona charter school, serving at-risk children in-state and in Sudan. In June of 2008 Parker became the mayor of Paradise Valley, one of the wealthiest towns in Arizona. He is now a leading candidate to be the Republican nominee to represent Arizona's Third Congressional District in the House.

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