List of Pi Kappa Phi Alumni - Government - Legislative

Legislative

Name Chapter Notability
Howard Baker Alpha Sigma
  • Former Senate Majority Leader
  • Former senator from Tennessee
  • Former White House Chief of Staff under Ronald Reagan
  • Former U.S. Ambassador to Japan
  • Founder of international law firm Baker Donelson, the largest law firm in the state of Tennessee and the 78th largest law firm in the United States
Phil Bryant Theta Alpha
  • Lieutenant Governor of Mississippi
  • Former member of the Mississippi House of Representatives
  • Former state controller of Mississippi
Carroll Campbell Sigma
  • Former Governor of South Carolina
  • Former member of the United States House of Representatives
  • Former member of the South Carolina House of Representatives
  • Former member of the South Carolina Senate
  • Former President and CEO of American Council of Life Insurers
Howard Coble Epsilon Iota
  • Member of the United States House of Representatives
  • Former North Carolina Secretary of Revenue
Philip Crane Alpha Iota
  • Former member of the United States House of Representatives for 36 years
Chuck Eaton Omicron
  • Member of the Georgia Public Service Commission
James Edwards Alpha
  • Former Governor of South Carolina
  • Former Secretary of Energy under President Reagan
  • Former member of the South Carolina Senate
  • Former president of the Medical University of South Carolina
Henry H. Fowler Xi
  • Former Secretary of the Treasury
  • Former member of the War Production Board
  • Former member of the National Security Council
Lindsey Graham Sigma
  • United States Senator of South Carolina
  • Former member of the United States House of Representatives
  • Former member of the South Carolina House of Representatives
George M. Grant Omicron
  • Former member of the United States House of Representatives
Albert S. Herlong, Jr. Alpha Epsilon
  • Former member of the United States House of Representatives
Brandt Hershman Omega
  • 2010 candidate for United States House of Representatives
  • Member of Indiana Senate, Republican Majority Whip
Ernest Hollings Alpha
  • Former member of the United States Senate
  • Former Governor of South Carolina
  • Former Lieutenant Governor of South Carolina
  • Former chairman of the United States Senate Committee on the Budget
  • Former chairman of the United States Senate Committee on Commerce, Science and Transportation
Olin D. Johnston Zeta
  • Former Governor of South Carolina
  • Former member of the United States Senate
  • Former member of the South Carolina House of Representatives
Dan K. Moore* Kappa
  • Former Governor of North Carolina
  • Former member of the North Carolina House of Representatives
Ollie Wilson Nabors Omicron
  • Former member of the United States Senate from Alabama
Gaylord Nelson Gamma Nu
  • Former member of the United States Senate
  • Former Governor of Wisconsin
  • Former member of the Wisconsin State Senate
  • Founded Earth Day in 1970
  • Recipient of the 1995 Presidential Medal of Freedom for his environmental work
Jon T. Rymer Alpha Sigma
  • Inspector General for the FDIC
James E. Rzepkowski Eta Epsilon
  • Former Maryland Delegate
Mac Schneider Zeta Gamma
  • Member of the North Dakota Senate
Mark Singel Alpha Mu
  • Former Lieutenant Governor of Pennsylvania
  • Former Acting Governor of Pennsylvania
Wayne Stenehjem Zeta Gamma
  • Attorney General of North Dakota
  • Former member of the North Dakota Senate
  • Former member of the North Dakota House of Representatives
George Bell Timmerman, Jr.* Sigma
  • Former Governor of South Carolina
  • Former Lieutenant Governor of South Carolina
Wayne Waddell Beta Omicron
  • Former Louisiana State Representative
George Wallace Jr. Omicron
  • Former State Treasurer of Alabama
  • Former member of the Alabama Public Service Commission

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    Freedom of men under government is to have a standing rule to live by, common to every one of that society, and made by the legislative power vested in it; a liberty to follow my own will in all things, when the rule prescribes not, and not to be subject to the inconstant, unknown, arbitrary will of another man.
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    The legislative powers of government reach actions only, and not opinions, ... thus building a wall of separation between Church and State.
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