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United States Senate Election In Georgia, 1996 - Aftermath
... Following the election, Max Cleland was sworn-in as a United States Senator on January 7, 1997 ... After one term, Max Cleland faced a tough re-election bid in 2002 ... campaigned for John Kerry in 2004 and was selected by President of the United States Barack Obama to serve on the American Battle Monuments Commission starting in 2009 ...

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