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Encyclopedia > David B. Hill

David Bennett Hill (August 29, 1843 - October 20, 1910) was a Governor of New York.


He was born in Montour Falls, New York in 1843. Before serving as the Governor, he served as mayor of Elmira, New York and the lieutenant governor of New York. He was the Governor between 1885 and 1892. He was defeated for governor in 1894. He served as a U.S. Senator from New York between 1892 and 1897. He was also a candidate for Democratic nomination for President in 1892, but lost the nomination to Grover Cleveland, who later won the presidential election. He died in Albany, New York in 1910.

Preceded by :
Grover Cleveland
Governors of New York Succeeded by:
Roswell P. Flower

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Hill Associates - Our People (188 words)
Dave founded Hill Associates in 1981 and was a Senior Member of Technical Staff and Chief Executive Officer through 1999.
Although he has retired his staff position with the company, he continues to serve as the Chairman of the Board, a position he has held since the founding of the company.
His hobbies include sailing, hunting, skiing, and mountain biking.
About Hill Research Consultants (508 words)
Hill Research Consultants is a full-service public opinion and marketing research firm organized in 1988.
David B. Hill, HRC Director, received his Ph.D. from The Florida State University in 1975.
Hill spent ten years as a faculty member at Kansas State University, Florida Atlantic University and in a tenured position at Texas AandM University where he also served as Director of the Public Policy Resources Laboratory and founding Director of The Texas Poll.
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