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Unspun: Post Mag Interview With D.C. GOP Chair

Paul D. Craney

The Washington Post Magazine's "Unspun" interviews take a look at the person behind the position in local government and politics. See excerpts of this Sunday's edition below or read the full article.

Name: Paul D. Craney Age 28

Home: McLean Gardens, Washington

Occupation: Executive director, D.C. Republican Committee

Tell us about your biggest goof. I'm married now, and I have a wife, and before we were dating, I almost set her up with a blind date with some of my friends.

Where do you go to dine out? Mostly in Cleveland Park.

What do you like best about your neighborhood? It's a good mix of urban and residential.

If you weren't in politics, what would you want to be doing? Working in the sports industry.

What's on your MP3 player? The Killers or Bloc Party.

What's your favorite lunch spot? Cosi. No, can I take that back? Brennans Delicatessen in Rumson, N.J.

Do you ever feel lonely living in such an overwhelmingly Democratic city? I get that all the time, but, no, because we are 30,000 strong.

Which would you rather be: president, a big-city mayor, governor, senator or House member? A senator. Because then you would be one of a hundred.

-- Tim Craig

By Christopher Dean Hopkins  |  October 9, 2009; 5:34 PM ET
Categories:  GOP , Tim Craig  
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