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A one page, typed letter signed by Clinton as President, on White House letterhead, from June 28th, 1995. Clinton writes to Republican Representative from Ohio, Bob Ney, who served from 1995 (the year of this letter) until his resignation in 2006. "...Hillary and I are delighted to join your family and friends in wishing you well on your upcoming birthday. We hope the coming year brings you good health and much happiness. As representatives of our people, let us work together to strengthen our nation and improve the lives of all Americans. I look forward to working with you in pursuit of our common goals. With best wishes on your birthday, Sincerely, Bill Clinton." Ney would go on to become an advocate for election reform and steel workers' rights, the architect of of the controversial "freedom fries" name change movement, and would also serve as Chairman of the House Administration Committee, before he was eventually forced to resign from Congress and serve 17 months in prison for his involvement in the Jack Abramoff Indian lobbying scandal.  $895