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Senator and Kerry
In 2004 during the Democratic Primaries, Senator John Kerry, the eventual Democratic Nominee for President, visited George Mason University and gave a speech on the floor of the Johnson Center.
He stated in an internal e-mail message that reporters should not " artificially hold < nowiki ></ nowiki > George W. Bush and John Kerry ' equally ' accountable " to the public interest, and that complaints from Bush supporters were an attempt to " get away with ... renewed efforts to win the election by destroying Senator Kerry.
On December 16, 2006 he was transferred by the highly specialized, ICU equipped, Swiss Air Ambulance Bombardier Challenger Jet http :// www. rega. ch /, reportedly made possible and organized in a bold and daring action by the Swiss banker, Pascal Najadi, who was able to convince the REGA Flight Operations over the phone from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, ( perhaps because he was an active patron of the REGA Swiss Air Ambulance ) to swiftly approve the decision to fly without any payment guarantees and assemble at highest possible speed within 48 hours the necessary flight plan, specialized doctors, logistics and Vietnam airspace ( Northern Sector ) entry clearances for the Jet to take off from Zurich HQ, via Lahore to Hanoi, then to proceed with the critical patient in full ICU care of specialized Swiss Doctors and immediate family on board, via Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky and Edmonton to Boston, Massachusetts, where the plane was met by US Customs ( thanks to the help of Senator John Kerry ).
** Kerry Nettle, Australian Senator
Although many observers from the 1880s onward predicted that Yankee politicians would be no match for new generations of ethnic politicians, the presence of Yankees at the top tier of modern American politics was typified by Presidents George H. W. Bush and George W. Bush, and by Democratic National Committee chairman Howard Dean ( as well, to some observers, by 2004 Democratic presidential nominee Senator John Forbes Kerry, descendant through his mother, of the Scottish Forbes family, which emigrated to Massachusetts the 1750s ).
They are also available to other important people such as presidential and vice-presidential candidates ( though Senator John Kerry, a pilot, declined TFRs during the 2004 election ).
Howerd played a slave, Lurcio ( pronounced Lurk-io ); the other main characters were Lurcio's bumbling old master, Senator Ludicrus Sextus ( initially Max Adrian and then Wallas Eaton ), the senator's promiscuous wife Ammonia ( Elizabeth Larner ), his daughter Erotica ( Georgina Moon ) and his eternally virginal son Nausius ( Kerry Gardner ), along with the Cassandra-esque Senna the Soothsayer ( Jeanne Mockford ) and Plautus ( Willie Rushton ).
* " The BCCI Affair ", Report to the Committee on Foreign Relations, United States Senate, Senator John Kerry and Senator Hank Brown, 1992, 102nd Congress 2nd Session Senate Print 102-140 ( Kerry Report ).
* The BCCI Affair, Report to the Committee on Foreign Relations States Senate ; held at FAS -( A Report to the Committee on Foreign Relations United States Senate by Senator John Kerry and Senator Hank Brown ; December 1992 ; 102d Congress 2d Session Senate Print 102-140 )
* John Kerry, a United States Senator from Massachusetts and the 2004 Democratic Presidential nominee, plus other members of his family:
** Teresa Heinz Kerry, his wife, a philanthropist ( previously the wife of U. S. Senator John Heinz at the time of his death in a 1991 plane crash )
In the 2004 U. S. Presidential Election, Macon had the third-highest number of voters in the state for the Democratic Senator John Kerry.
Starr County is among a handful of counties in Texas that gave the majority of their votes to Senator John Kerry of Massachusetts.
In 2008, Illinois Senator Barack Obama did a lot better than Kerry in Starr County, receiving 8, 233 votes, which was 84 % of the vote.
During the 2004 presidential election, Jim Wells County was one of the few counties in Texas where George W. Bush was defeated by Senator John Kerry.
Jim Hogg was one of the few counties in Texas that voted for Senator John Kerry of Massachusetts over the incumbent George W. Bush.
In 2004, Jefferson was one of only 18 counties in Texas that gave Senator John Kerry a majority of the popular vote.
While the state of Texas went strongly for Republican George W. Bush in the 2004 presidential election, Dimmit County, a traditional stronghold of the Democratic Party, supported U. S. Senator John F. Kerry of Massachusetts, with 2, 365 votes for Kerry to 1, 188 for Bush.
In the 2004 presidential election, Williamson County voted 72 percent in favor of George W. Bush, 27 percent in favor of Senator John Kerry, and 1 percent in favor of Ralph Nader.

Senator and lived
In Boston, Massachusetts, supporters of busing, such as Senator Ted Kennedy, sent their children to private schools or lived in affluent suburbs.
Unlike many prominent politicians Humphrey never became wealthy, and through most of his years as a U. S. Senator and Vice President, he lived in a modest middle-class housing development in Chevy Chase, Maryland.
U. S. Senator Chuck Grassley alleged that he was told that Senator Edward Kennedy would have been refused the brain tumor treatment he was receiving in the United States had he instead lived a country with government run health care.
* Copperhead leader Clement Vallandigham was born and lived for several years in New Lisbon ( now Lisbon ), as did U. S. Senator Mark Hanna ( R-Ohio ).
* U. S. Senator Lee S. Overman lived in Rowan.
Jim Nielsen claimed that he lived primarily in a condominium near Sonoma State while he was a State Senator representing the area, though he primarily lived in his Woodland estate which was outside the district.
* Former New York Senator Daniel Patrick Moynihan spent part of his childhood in Jeffersonville and actress Natalie West also lived in the city at one time.
* Comedian, commentator, and Senator Al Franken briefly lived in Albert Lea where he attended Hawthorne Elementary.
* Al D ' Amato-United States Senator from New York from 1981 to 1999 lived in Island Park.
* Montford Stokes ( 1762 – 1842 ), a United States Senator and Governor of North Carolina from 1816 to 1832, lived in Wilkesboro.
* Wisconsin State Senator De Wayne Stebbins lived in Algoma.
* Roger Sherman Hoar-Massachusetts State Senator and author who lived in South Milwaukee
* John W. Boyd, Wisconsin State Senator, lived in Geneva.
Young II, is currently a State Senator in Michigan's 1st State Senate district and was previously a State Representative in Michigan's 4th State Representative district, the same district where Young lived as Mayor and served as State Senator.
John F. Kennedy lived in Georgetown in the 1950s as both a Congressman and a Senator.
At the time of his demise, Wark was the longest lived legislator in the world ; he was later surpassed by another Canadian Senator, Georges-Casimir Dessaulles, who died in 1930 at the age of 102.
At one time, now Senator Ferdinand ' Bong Bong ' Marcos lived elsewhere and used his room to practice golf.
Senator kean lived at Liberty Hall when not in Washington, D. C. and held annual New Year ’ s receptions for his political supporters at the estate.
* U. S. Senator George McGovern, Democratic presidential candidate, and family lived briefly in Glassmanor while a freshman U. S. congressman.
To become a Senator, an individual must be 30 years old, have lived in the state for the past four years, and again must live in the district he represents.
He lived with his two older brothers, Jacob, who later became a U. S. Senator, and Isaac, who later served as mayor of Cincinnati.

Senator and until
His failure to make the National Union brand a genuine party made Johnson an independent during his presidency, though he was supported by Democrats and later rejoined the party briefly as a Democratic Senator from Tennessee in 1875 until his death that year.
No Senator was elected until January 1857, when James S. Green was chosen.
Senator Daniel Inouye, a Democrat from Hawaii and chairman of the appropriations committee, said he initially had favored keeping Guantanamo open until Obama produced a " coherent plan for closing the prison.
McEwen was prime minister for 23 days, until the election of ( then Senator ) John Gorton.
However, as his life progressed he sheltered much of his revolutionary spirit and distanced himself from the intense political landscape until 1922, when he was appointed Senator for the Irish Free State.
His innermost circle included Porphyry, Amelius Gentilianus of Tuscany, the Senator Castricius Firmus, and Eustochius of Alexandria, a doctor who devoted himself to learning from Plotinus and attending to him until his death.
Bryan was urged by Senator Jones to allow it, but refused, stating that if his boom would not last overnight, it would never last until November.
Franklin Pierce of New Hampshire, a former Congressman and Senator, did not get on the board until the 35th ballot, when the Virginia delegation brought him forward as a compromise choice.
He was appointed U. S. Senator in late 1964 as a member of the Democratic Party upon the resignation of Hubert Humphrey, and held that post until 1976.
His uncle, Theodore Frelinghuysen ( 1787 – 1862 ), was Attorney General of New Jersey from 1817 to 1829, was a U. S. Senator from New Jersey from 1829 to 1835, was the Whig candidate for Vice President of the United States on the Henry Clay ticket in the 1844 Presidential election, and was Chancellor of New York University from 1839 until 1850 and president of Rutgers College from 1850 to 1862.
The crisis worsened until 1833 when Clay, again a U. S. Senator re-elected by Kentucky in 1831, helped to broker a deal in Congress to lower the tariff gradually.
Consistent with his work for liberal causes, Newman publicly supported Ned Lamont's candidacy in the 2006 Connecticut Democratic Primary against Senator Joe Lieberman, and was even rumored as a candidate himself, until Lamont emerged as a credible alternative.
Calhoun sided with the Whigs until he broke with key Whig Senator Daniel Webster over slavery, as well as the Whigs ' program of " internal improvements ".
The matter lay dormant until the turn of the century, when, under the leadership of Senator Shelby M. Cullom of Illinois, six separate bills were introduced in Congress for the incorporation of a new memorial commission.
He remained a Senator until, in accordance with the Westminster tradition that the Prime Minister is a member of the lower house of parliament, he resigned on 1 February 1968 in order to contest the House of Representatives by-election for the electorate of Higgins in south Melbourne ( necessitated by Holt's death ).
For example, the region had never sent a Democrat to Congress until 2009, and has not sent a Democrat to Albany as a Senator or Assemblyperson since the 1960s.
In response, both the Senate and House passed a joint resolution not to allow any Senator or Representative seat admittance until Congress decided when Reconstruction was finished.
Tennessee Senator Estes Kefauver ( the Chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee's Subcommittee on Constitutional Amendments ), a long-time advocate for addressing the disability question, spearheaded the effort until he died of a heart attack on August 10, 1963.
Coats served in the Senate until January 1999, when Evan Bayh became the new Senator.
Curtis served in the House from March 4, 1893 until January 28, 1907, when he resigned, after being chosen by the Kansas Legislature, to fill the short unexpired term of Senator Joseph R. Burton in the United States Senate.
Tipton served as United States Senator for Indiana from 1831 until shortly before his death in 1839.
The county is named for Nicholas Ware, the mayor of Augusta, Georgia from ( 1819 – 1821 ) and United States Senator who represented Georgia from 1821 until his death in 1824.
Among the political Seviers were Louisiana State Senator Andrew L. Sevier, who served from 1932 until his death in 1962, and State Representative Henry Clay " Happy " Sevier, Sr., whose tenure extended from 1932 to 1952.
The Yucca Mountain Nuclear Waste Repository was to be a deep geological repository storage facility for spent nuclear reactor fuel and other high level radioactive waste, until the project was defunded by Nevada Senator and Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid in 2010.

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