Mark S. Zaccaria's file:

Republican from Rhode Island

Mark Zaccaria is a Rhode Island Republican running for the U.S. Senate. He made two unsuccessful bids for Rhode Island's 2nd Congressional District, the most recent in 2010 and then became chairman of the Rhode Island Republican Party. Born in 1949, he is a former corporate executive who operates a business-to-business marketing consulting business. A former Air Force instructor pilot, he served two terms on the North Kingstown Town Council and four years on the local zoning board. He is married with three children.

Recent statements involving Mark S. Zaccaria

Sen. Jack Reed "cast the deciding vote in the Senate for the Affordable Care Act."

Public employees receive "something like 25 percent of the paychecks that are issued in Rhode Island."

Says James Langevin voted to spend "$3 billion for a jet engine no one wants."

Langevin votes “the party line about 98 percent of the time."

"Langevin has been the most reliable vote for Speaker Pelosi."

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