Republican Senator

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Bob Corker - 2006 Senate Campaign
... Senate seat to be vacated by incumbent Republican Senator Bill Frist, who had announced that he would not run for reelection ... In the Republican primary election, he ran against two former congressmen, Ed Bryant and Van Hilleary ... In October 2006, as polls indicated that Ford maintained a slight lead over Corker, the Republican National Committee ran a controversial television advertisement attacking Ford ...
George W. Bush Supreme Court Candidates - Names Frequently Mentioned - United States Senators
... John Cornyn (born 1952) - Republican senator from Texas, former Texas Supreme Court Justice Mike Crapo (born 1951) - Republican senator from Idaho Mike DeWine (b ...
History Of The Midwestern United States - Politics - Recent Trends
... that do not have strong allegiance to either the Democratic or Republican party ... Indiana is usually considered a Republican stronghold, except in 2008, when the state voted for a Democratic presidential candidate, Barack Obama, for the first time in 44 years ... As a result of the 2010 midterm elections, Republicans now control the governors' office in every Midwestern state, except Illinois, Minnesota, and Missouri ...
An Inconvenient Truth - Impact - Governmental Reactions
... Several United States Senators screened the film ... New Mexico Democratic Senator Jeff Bingaman and Nevada Democratic Senator Harry Reid saw the movie at its Washington premiere at the National Geographic Society ... New Mexico Democratic Senator Tom Udall planned to see the film saying "It's such a powerful statement because of the way the movie is put together, I tell everybody, Democrat or ...

Famous quotes containing the words senator and/or republican:

    Wags try to invent new stories to tell about the legislature, and end by telling the old one about the senator who explained his unaccustomed possession of a large roll of bills by saying that someone pushed it over the transom while he slept. The expression “It came over the transom,” to explain any unusual good fortune, is part of local folklore.
    —For the State of Montana, U.S. public relief program (1935-1943)

    A man of great employments and excellent performance used to assure me that he did not think a man worth anything until he was sixty; although this smacks a little of the resolution of a certain “Young Men’s Republican Club,” that all men should be held eligible who are under seventy.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)