[BBC Sport] - Indianapolis MotoGP: Dani Pedrosa beats Jorge Lorenzo. By Gary Rose BBC Sport. Dani Pedrosa closed the gap on championship leader Jorge Lorenzo by winning the Indianapolis MotoGP. The Repsol Honda rider, who had started on pole, took the race
[BBC Sport] - Reporting by. Gary Rose, BBC Sport : Well that is it from me today but I'll be back in the hotseat for tomorrow's Hungarian Grand Prix. The eyes of the world are understandably on the Olympics at the moment but tomorrow's race is one not to be missed.
[Danbury News Times] - "If candidates want contributions and support from the national party, they have to show that they are part of the team," said Gary Rose, a political science professor at Sacred Heart University in Fairfield. "That's going to result in an interesting
[Ct Post] - Gary Rose, Sacred Heart University's chairman of government and politics, said Ayala's reported actions call into question her character and are an appropriate campaign issue. "People who are elected to public office are supposed to be people of good
[CBS Local] certainly has improved her viability, not just among Republicans but probably among independents and even women voters, which have always presented somewhat of a problem for her,” Sacred Heart University political professor Gary Rose told Kramer.
[Middletown Press] - While state political leaders traded barbs over Ryan's selection, Gary Rose, chairman of the Government and Politics Department at Sacred Heart University in Bridgeport, said Romney's choice “makes a great deal of sense.” “It's an exceptionally strong
[Torrington Register Citizen] - “It's going to be big,” Gary Rose, chairman of the Department of Government and Politics at Sacred Heart University, said of the general election in the 5th District. “This is really going to be a race with a lot of national interest groups involved
[New Haven Register (blog)] - Gary Rose, professor of politics at Sacred Heart University, said for both McMahon and Democrat Chris Murphy, her main opponent, the general election fight has already begun. “This is just a speed bump they have to get over,” he said of the primary.
[Alton Telegraph] - Some at Thursday's meeting were around when the project began, including current Board Chairman Gary Rose. "This will be the last phase; otherwise, we would already be planning the next phase. It takes years of planning," said Rose, a member of the
[Virtual-Strategy Magazine] - Gary Rose, President of FMS, acknowledged the award, saying "We're very pleased, once again, to be recognized by our employees and by Florida Trend as being an excellent employer. We strive hard to create a value-driven environment. Our employees