|Occupation||Former U. S. Congressman from California|
|First Appearance||Butters' Very Own Episode|
A respected U. S. Congressman from California, Gary Condit's career was destroyed when intern Chandra Levy disappeared and evidence pointed to an extramarital relationship with Condit. He eventually admitted to being involved with her but denied having anything to do with her murder - pointing instead to "Some Puerto Rican Guy". He later joined O. J. Simpson, John and Patsy Ramsey's club to push awareness of "Some Puerto Rican Guy"'s murder spree, and welcomed Chris and Linda Stotch into the group, only for the couple to sink the group's credibility. His actions were later emulated, or at least referenced, by Eric Cartman on Maury. These combined humiliations caused him to join Tom Cruise's class action lawsuit against the town.
- Butters' Very Own Episode (s05e14)
- Freak Strike! (s06e01; referenced)
- 200 (s14e05; cameo)
- 201 (s14e06; cameo)
- On the DVD commentary for "Butters' Very Own Episode", Trey and Matt informally apologize for Condit's actions, as he was later cleared of any wrongdoing related to the death of Chandra Levy.