WASHINGTON, Dec 19 (Reuters) - Major auto companies on Tuesday turned to tech industry lobbyist Dave McCurdy, a former Democratic U.S. representative, to lead their legislative and regulatory initiatives in Washington. McCurdy will take over as president of the Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers in February, the group announced. He will step into his new job soon after Democrats take control of Congress from Republicans for the first time in 12 years. Automakers in 2007 will be looking ...
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