Former White House aide Linda Chavez, who lost a Senate race in Maryland last fall, said she is going to work for a leading group in the campaign to make English the official language of the United States. Chavez, a 40-year-old Latino native of Albuquerque, N.M., said she agreed late last week to join the 300,000-member U.S. English group as president, starting in mid-August. An official for the group in Washington said a replacement has been found for the group’s recently resigned executive director, but declined to confirm Chavez’s selection.
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