Corker is an occupational surname, and may refer to:

  • Bob Corker, United States politician, currently serving as the junior US Senator from Tennessee
  • Matt Corker
  • Thomas Corker
  • Stephen A. Corker
  • James Corker
  • John Corker
  • Maurus Corker
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United States Senate Election In Tennessee, 2006 - General Election - Fundraising
... Through October 18, 2006, Corker had raised more money than Ford and had also spent more, according to the candidates' most recent filings with the ... Corker tapped into his personal fortune to help fund his campaign, loaning his campaign a total of $4.1 million ... Corker loaned $2 million of this amount on Wednesday November 1, less than a week before the election, triggering the "millionaire's amendment" of the 2002 Campaign Reform Act and allowing Ford to seek $12 ...
Thomas Corker
... Thomas Corker (born Falmouth, Cornwall, England, died 1700) was a prominent English agent for the Royal African Company and worked in the Sherbro, Sierra ... Corker was originally from Dublin, Ireland he was descended from the Dublin/Cornwall Corker family ...
Donnie Corker - Background
... Corker grew up in the Oregon Hill neighborhood of Richmond, Virginia ... Style Weekly noted that Corker was also known for minor controversies such as supposedly gate crashing the inauguration of then Mayor Douglas Wilder as well as "going to the bathroom in ... Corker claimed that he had a press pass that he'd obtained from a WANT station manager, but was still escorted off of the property and arrested ...
Donnie Corker - Background - Mayoral Candidacy
... In May 2008, Corker announced his intentions to run for the office of Mayor in Richmond ... In an interview with, Corker described his reasons for running as "I think we need a change here in Richmond" and stated that he would like to improve city schools and reduce spending ... However, Corker was eventually unable to collect the necessary amount of signatures to be included on the ballot and was taken out of the race ...
Stephen A. Corker
... Stephen Alfestus Corker (May 7, 1830 – October 18, 1879) was a U.S ... Born near Waynesboro, Georgia, Corker attended the common schools ... Corker was captured at the Battle of Gettysburg, July 2, 1863 and spent the rest of the war at Johnson's Island Federal prison ...