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Sig Rogich


Honorable Sigmund ‘Sig’ Rogich is a former United States Ambassador to his native country of Iceland and served as Senior Assistant to President George H.W. Bush in the White House in charge of new initiatives and public events from 1989-1992. During his time in the White House, Rogich traveled with President Bush to over 40 countries and at the request of the President, accompanied then Soviet Premier Mikhail Gorbachev on his nationwide tour of the United States.


Active in local and national politics, Rogich has worked in a senior capacity on over 600 elections including the presidential campaigns of Ronald Reagan, George H. W. Bush, George W. Bush and presidential hopeful, Senator John McCain. Rogich has also been active in several congressional, gubernatorial and state political races, including those of Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid; Senator Dean Heller, Congressman Joe Heck; former Congressman Jon Porter as well as former Governors Paul Laxalt, Kenny Guinn, and Jim Gibbons.

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