1001 Facts About Congressmen

1. Lyndon B Johnson was born in 1908 in Stonewall, Texas, as the oldest of five children.

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2. Steve King has blasted the national Republican leadership for supporting gay candidates.

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3. Stephen King is making a personal appeal to Iowans: Vote Steve King out so people won't confuse the two of them anymore.

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4. Dana Rohrabacher has consistently supported Russian interests in Congress and has defended Trump's controversial remarks regarding Russia.

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5. Steve King speaks to guests at the Iowa Freedom Summit on January 24, 2015 in Des Moines, Iowa.

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6. Ted Cruz received the support of the majority of the delegates.

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7. Speaker Ryan supports school vouchers, and supported the No Child Left Behind Act in 2001 and its repeal the Every Student Succeeds Act in 2015.

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8. Chuck Schumer came out against the Iran deal and voted to reject it in 2015.

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9. In 2011, Jim DeMint was identified by Salon as one of the most conservative members of the Senate.

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10. Ted Cruz narrowly fends off Beto O'Rourke as Texans deliver verdict on Trump, border and economy.

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11. Kevin Spacey went on to win the Golden Globe award for Best Actor in a Television Series Drama at the 72nd Golden Globe Awards and Screen Actors Guild nomination for Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Drama Series at the 21st Screen Actors Guild Awards for his season 2 performance.

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12. In 1980, at 29, Chuck Schumer was elected as a congressman from the 9th Congressional District.

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13. Lyndon Johnson became the Senate Minority Leader in 1953 and the Senate Majority Leader in 1955.

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14. Ted Cruz edges out Beto O'Rourke in an epic Texas race that goes down to the wire.

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15. On October 26, 1942, Wendell Willkie made a "Report to the People", telling Americans about his trip in a radio speech heard by about 36 million people.

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16. Lyndon B Johnson became its chairman and conducted investigations of defense costs and efficiency.

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17. Jim DeMint supports school prayer and introduced legislation to allow schools to display banners including references to God.

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18. President James Madison escaped capture in the aftermath of the battle, but the British burned Washington.

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19. Bill Maher confronted Hurd, who worked for the Central Intelligence Agency for nearly a decade, on why he continues to be a Republican and supports the "traitor", President Trump.

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20. Steve King is a staunch opponent of the Affordable Care Act and has led attempts to repeal it.

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21. Ted Cruz tries to fight off Beto O'Rourke days before election.

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22. Kevin Spacey once called him "one of the shining lights" of the political process.

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23. Kevin Spacey once called him "one of the shining lights" of the political process.

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24. Wendell Willkie died October 8, 1944 and was buried in East Hill Cemetery in Rushville, Indiana.

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25. Kevin Spacey was one of the first men taken down by the Me Too movement, and his career will likely never recover.

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26. Kevin Spacey is an Academy Award winning actor who has catapulted into international stardom in the 1990s and now inhabits the character Frank Underwood on the Netflix original series House of Cards.

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27. Ted Kennedy was known for his effectiveness in dealing with Republican senators and administrations, sometimes to the irritation of other Democrats.

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28. Stephen King engaged, saying: "Well of the lying journalistic gutter", the congressman tweeted in the wee morning hours Friday.

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29. Wendell Willkie served in World War I but was not sent to France until the final days of the war, and saw no action.

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30. Paul Ryan was the 2012 vice presidential nominee of the Republican Party, running alongside Mitt Romney.

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31. Ted Cruz gave a 21-hour Senate speech in an effort to hold up a federal budget bill and thereby defund the Affordable Care Act.

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32. Kevin Spacey had tried to succeed as a comedian for several years before attending the Juilliard School in New York City, as a member of Group 12, where he studied drama with teacher Marian Seldes between 1979 and 1981.

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33. Lyndon B Johnson was sent instead to inspect shipyard facilities in Texas and on the West Coast.

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34. Ron DeSantis was elected Florida governor Tuesday, riding the support of President Donald Trump to narrow victory in the battleground state.

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35. In March 2018, Senator Chuck Schumer said the bipartisan legislation sponsored by Bob Casey and Pat Toomey would assist the children of deceased first respondents afford college by increasing the availability of Pell grant funding.

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36. Wendell Willkie spent time working on the galleys of his second book, An American Program, and planned future projects.

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37. Lyndon Johnson had formed a "Stop Kennedy" coalition with Adlai Stevenson, Stuart Symington, and Hubert Humphrey, but it proved a failure.

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38. Steve King strongly endorsed Ted Cruz during the 2016 Republican primaries for President of the United States.

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39. Bill Maher says millions of Muslims supported the "Charlie Hebdo" attacksMaher has a long history of being highly critical of religion and, in recent years, of Islam in particular.

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40. Lugar Center served in the US Navy from 1956 to 1960; one of his assignments was as an intelligence briefer for Admiral Arleigh Burke.

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41. Senator Chuck Schumer was voiced much concern about Trump's choice for the Supreme Court to replace Anthony Kennedy, a position he believes would likely try to overturn Roe vs Wade.

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42. Ted Cruz disclosed the loans on his Senate financial disclosure forms in July 2012, but not on the FEC form.

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43. Wendell Willkie went on to stress the need for a "loyal opposition" in a two-party system; he visited England and the Middle East, the Soviet Union, and China (1942).

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44. Lyndon Johnson authorized the tapping of phone conversations of others, including the Vietnamese friends of a Nixon associate.

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45. Jim DeMint served as a member of the Committee on Foreign Relations and the Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation.

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46. In 2006, a Cessna Citation 550 in which Ted Kennedy was flying lost electrical power after being struck by lightning and had to be diverted.

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47. Speaker Ryan voted against the final report of the commission.

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48. Lyndon Johnson worked hard and rose quickly, winning special election to the US House of Representatives in 1937 when a congressman in his district died in office.

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49. Ron DeSantis once had a vote thrown out by canvassing board.

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50. Chuck Schumer voted in favor of measures to help increase the efficiency of peace keepers serving in Darfur.

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51. In foreign policy, Biden supported the NATO-led military intervention in Libya in 2011.

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52. Jim DeMint previously served as the United States Representative for from 1999 to 2005.

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53. Bill Maher headlined his first special on the network in 1989 and has starred in 11 HBO solo specials to date.

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54. Richard Lugar attended the January 7, 1980 signing ceremony of the Chrysler Corporation Loan Guarantee Act of 1979 in the Cabinet Room.

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55. Paul Ryan was an active member of a task force established by Wisconsin governor Jim Doyle that tried unsuccessfully to persuade General Motors to keep its assembly plant in Janesville open.

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56. Wendell Willkie had already been planning a visit in support for Britain.

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57. Hakeem Jeffries was born in Brooklyn Hospital to Laneda Jeffries, a social worker, and Marland Jeffries, a state substance-abuse counselor.

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58. Ed Pastor was first elected to the House in 1991 and did not seek re-election in 2014.

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59. In 2012, Pete Sessions voted against disaster relief for the victims of Hurricane Sandy.

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60. Ron Dellums garnered a 50.18 percent majority to win the election This was 155 votes more than needed to avoid a runoff.

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61. Steve King embraced white nationalism, but Iowa voters sent him back to Congress anyway.

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62. Senator Richard Lugar was awarded the Grand Cross of the Order of Merit, from Germany, in 2013 for his work on fostering transatlantic cooperation.

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63. Wendell Willkie was bored there, and on the advice of his wife, left for a law firm despite an offer from Harvey Firestone to double his salary.

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64. Ed Pastor was elected to Congress in 1991 and served until he declined to seek re-election and retired in 2015.

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65. The only two counties that Senator Richard Lugar carried were Boone and Marion.

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66. Speaker Ryan supports deregulation, including the Gramm–Leach–Bliley Act of 1999, which repealed some financial regulation of banks from the Glass–Steagall Act of 1933.

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67. Bill Maher says millions of Muslims supported the "Charlie Hebdo" attacksMaher has a long history of being highly critical of religion and, in recent years, of Islam in particular.

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68. In 2014, Ted Cruz renounced his dual Canadian citizenship, though his eligibility to run for president was not in jeopardy.

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69. Lyndon Johnson was born on 27th August 1908 and died on 22nd January 1973.

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70. At the time of his retirement, Ed Pastor was the most senior member of Arizona's House delegation and served on the powerful House Appropriations Committee.

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71. Steve King has barred the Des Moines Register from his election night event in Sioux City.

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72. The Lugar Center served on the Indianapolis Board of School Commissioners from 1964 to 1967.

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73. Lyndon B Johnson authorized the tapping of phone conversations of others, including the Vietnamese friends of a Nixon associate.

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74. Ted Cruz holds on to his Texas senate seat, amid strong challenge.

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75. Paul Ryan voted against the final report of the commission.

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76. Chuck Schumer received 54 percent of the vote in the general election, defeating three-term incumbent Republican Al D'Amato.

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77. On May 3, 2013, Steve King announced that he would not run for the US Senate in 2014.

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78. In 2012, Lugar Center was defeated in a primary challenge by Indiana State Treasurer Richard Mourdock, ending his 36-year tenure in the US Senate.

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79. On November 3, 2015, Stephen King released his tenth collection of short stories, The Bazaar of Bad Dreams.

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80. Senator Richard Lugar is a member the Indiana Society of the Sons of the American Revolution as well as a member of the Society of Indiana Pioneers, based on his descent from very early settlers in the state.

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81. Lugar Center voted against the May 1984 budget freeze meant to reduce the budget deficit.

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82. Hakeem Jeffries is the nephew of Leonard Hakeem Jeffries, a former professor at City College of New York.

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83. Wendell Willkie spoke often about the threat to America and the need to aid Britain and other Allies.

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84. President James Madison's studies at Princeton included Latin, Greek, theology, and the works of the Enlightenment.

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85. Raj Shah was born in Connecticut in 1984 and attended Brien McMahon High School, where he was named as an Ettinger Scholar.

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86. Wendell Willkie visited the president at the White House for the first time as an ally on January 19, 1941, the evening before Roosevelt's third swearing-in.

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87. In foreign policy, Lyndon B Johnson escalated American involvement in the Vietnam War.

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88. Lyndon B Johnson made eleven international trips to twenty countries during his presidency.

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89. Ron Dellums was elected to the United States House of Representatives in 1970 after being recruited by anti-Vietnam War activists to run against the incumbent, Jeffery Cohelan, a white liberal close to organized labor who had not opposed the war early enough to win reelection in the district.

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90. In March 2017, BuzzFeed reported that Nick Ayers was a major investor in Independent Journal Review, a news website geared to young conservatives, with phenomenal growth in recent years.

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91. Bill Maher would rather sit next to President Trump at a dinner party than Pope Francis, "because I think I know what the pope thinks", he says.

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92. Ted Cruz is one of the Senate Republicans arguing in favor of the "nuclear option", "to speed up consideration of President Trump's nominees".

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93. In 1969, Ted Kennedy was elected majority whip in the US Senate, and he seemed an early front-runner for the 1972 Democratic presidential nomination.

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94. Around this time, President James Madison met Thomas Jefferson and the two became lifelong friends.

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95. Dana Rohrabacher lost his reelection bid after two decades in Congress.

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96. Raj Shah said the White House has received the report and it was being sent to the Senate.

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97. Kevin Spacey is hugely active on social media such as Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter.

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98. Rob Delaney is a "left-wing" progressive and often writes about political issues.

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99. Chuck Schumer is the first New Yorker, as well as the first Jew, to serve as a Senate leader.

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100. Lyndon Johnson excelled at forming the Senate Democrats into a united bloc, while charming, flattering and otherwise convincing colleagues from both sides of the aisle.

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101. Richard Lugar won reelection to a sixth term, defeating Libertarian Steve Osborn.

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102. Ted Kennedy was the family patriarch, and he and President Clinton consoled his extended family at the public memorial service.

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103. Barbara Comstock voted with 222 other Republican representatives to approve the bill.

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104. Lyndon B Johnson wanted a catchy slogan for the 1964 campaign to describe his proposed domestic agenda for 1965.

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105. Millard Fillmore was born into poverty in the Finger Lakes area of New York state—his parents were tenant farmers during his formative years.

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106. Senator Chuck Schumer's reported close ties to the founders of OneWest Bank have long been an interest to many action groups.

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107. In 2017, Ted Cruz was one of 22 senators to sign a letter to President Donald Trump urging the President to have the United States withdraw from the Paris Agreement.

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108. Ted Cruz gave a 21-hour Senate speech in an effort to hold up a federal budget bill and therefore defund the Affordable Care Act.

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109. In June 2017, Jim DeMint became a senior advisor to Citizens for Self-Governance, a group which is seeking to call a convention to propose amendments to the United States Constitution in order to reduce federal government spending and power.

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110. White House spokesman Raj Shah issued a statement that neither denied nor confirmed the comment.

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111. Rob Delaney has written several articles for Vice as well as The Guardian.

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112. In 2006, Chris Shays was in "the fight of his political life", facing a rematch with Farrell.

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113. Ed Pastor paid his congressional staff a total of $757,011 in 2011.

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114. Richard Lugar is a member of the board of the International Foundation for Electoral Systems, an organization involved in international elections.

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115. Lyndon B Johnson left the school just weeks after his arrival and decided to move to southern California.

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116. In 1972 Lugar Center was the keynote speaker at the Republican National Convention.

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117. In 1996, Stephen King won an O Henry Award for his short story "The Man in the Black Suit".

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118. Bill Maher interviews alt-right darling Milo YiannopoulosAfter Milo's speech at Berkeley University was canceled because of protests that included a few small fires and thrown objects, Maher brought the alt-right idol in for an interview.

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119. Richard Lugar has an F rating from the National Rifle Association of America.

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120. In late 1941, Wendell Willkie fought for the repeal of the Neutrality Act.

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121. Wendell Willkie took his case to the people, writing columns for major publications, and proposing terms for an agreement that The New York Times described as "sensible and realistic".

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122. Lugar Center holds a socially conservative approach on the LGBT issue.

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123. Raj Shah wrote an article about the importance of climate change and renewable energies and what the United States can learn from India.

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124. In May 1999, Biden became the youngest senator to cast 10,000 votes.

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125. Ed Pastor married Verma Mendez, and they had two daughters, Laura and Yvonne.

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126. Kevin Spacey appeared in the thriller Edison, which received a direct-to-video release in 2006.

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127. In 2011, Barbara Comstock voted in favor of HB 462, which required women to have transvaginal ultrasounds before receiving an abortion.

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128. Ed Pastor was one of the nine Chief Deputy Whips for the Democratic Caucus.

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129. The Lugar Center offered praise to Clinton as "the epitome of a big leaguer".

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130. In 2003, Jim DeMint sponsored legislation to allow people under the age of 55 to set aside 3 percent to 8 percent of their Social Security withholding income in personal investment accounts.

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131. Paul Ryan provided political cover for Devin Nunes, chair of the House Intelligence Committee, who many characterized as a source of the dysfunction in the committee as it investigated Russian interference in the 2016 election.

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132. Chuck Schumer is married to Iris Weinshall since 1980 with two children: Jessica and Alison.

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133. On January 13, 2009, Richard Lugar participated in the confirmation for Secretary of State nominee Hillary Clinton, raising questions on the potential conflict of interest between her husband Bill's charitable activities and her new position.

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134. In 2003, Kevin Spacey was appointed artistic director of the Old Vic Theatre in London.

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135. Paul Ryan maintains a mobile office to serve constituents in outlying areas.

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136. Rob Delaney is widely known as the co-star and co-writer of the TV show Catastrophe, as well as a minor role in the 2018 blockbuster action-comedy Deadpool 2.

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137. Kevin Spacey made his directorial debut with the film Albino Alligator.

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138. Ted Kennedy spent sixth and seventh grades at the Fessenden School, where he was a mediocre student, and eighth grade at Cranwell Preparatory School; both schools were located in Massachusetts.

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139. Chuck Schumer is a co-sponsor of a Senate resolution expressing objection to the UN Security Council Resolution 2334, which condemned Israeli settlement building in the occupied Palestinian territories as a violation of international law.

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140. In 1985, Stephen King wrote his first work for the comic book medium, writing a few pages of the benefit X-Men comic book Heroes for Hope Starring the X-Men.

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141. Lyndon B Johnson was born on 27th August 1908 and died on 22nd January 1973.

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142. The Lugar Center is a supporter of gun control, and has supported a number of gun legislations and weapons bans.

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143. Lyndon B Johnson's friends soon included aides to President Roosevelt as well as fellow Texans such as Vice President John Nance Garner and Congressman Sam Rayburn.

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144. Chuck Schumer has maintained a distinctive personality in Congress, recognized for his no-nonsense, zippy way of running his office and interacting with peers that showcase his Brooklyn roots.

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145. In 2013, Kevin Spacey took on the lead role in an original Netflix series, House of Cards.

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146. On November 8, 1994, Ed Pastor won re-election to the United States House.

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147. On November 7, 2006, Ed Pastor won re-election to the United States House.

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148. Lyndon Johnson worked his way through school, participated in debate and campus politics, and edited the school newspaper, The College Star.

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149. Steve King supported French right-wing populist politician, leader of the Front National Marine Le Pen in the French 2017 presidential election.

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150. Lugar Center is a member the Indiana Society of the Sons of the American Revolution as well as a member of the Society of Indiana Pioneers, based on his descent from very early settlers in the state.

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151. In 1937, at the age of just 28, Lyndon Johnson was elected to the US House of Representatives from Texas's 10th district.

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152. Jim DeMint declared his candidacy for the Senate on December 12, 2002, after Hollings announced that he would retire after the 2004 elections.

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153. Ted Cruz won despite being outspent by Dewhurst, who held a statewide elected office, $19 million to $7 million.

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154. President James Madison believed that the British Parliament had overstepped its bounds by imposing taxation on the American colonies, and he sympathized with those who resisted British rule.

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155. Barbara Comstock voted with 225 other Republicans to approve the bill.

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156. President James Madison took careful notes on each confederation's structure and operations, specifically commenting on the deficiencies he perceived in each.

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157. President James Madison convinced Jefferson to refrain from proposing the amendment, and the administration ultimately submitted the Louisiana Purchase without an accompanying constitutional amendment.

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158. In 1960, Lady Bird Lyndon B Johnson traveled some 30,000 miles on the campaign trail, and Bobby Kennedy would credit her with winning Texas for the Democratic ticket.

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159. Chuck Schumer offered Trump congressional approval of upward of $20 billion for his border wall in exchange for protecting recipients of DACA.

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160. Jim DeMint stirred controversy during debates with Tenenbaum when he stated his belief that openly gay people should not be allowed to teach in public schools.

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161. President James Madison retired from public office in 1817 and died in 1836.

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162. The Lugar Center is closely associated with the adoption of Unigov in 1970, which unified the governments of Indianapolis and Marion County.

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163. In 1972, Ron Dellums began his campaign to end the apartheid policies of South Africa.

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164. Senator Richard Lugar is a member the Indiana Society of the Sons of the American Revolution [66] as well as a member of the Society of Indiana Pioneers, based on his descent from very early settlers in the state.

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165. Chuck Schumer was a member of the House of Representatives during a December 1998 lame-duck session of Congress, voting "no" on all counts in committee and on the floor of the House.

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166. The Lugar Center was awarded the Grand Cross of the Order of Merit, from Germany, in 2013 for his work on fostering transatlantic cooperation.

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167. On July 13, 1983, Richard Lugar voted in favor of an authorization to appropriate 130 million toward the development of nerve gas bombs and shells.

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168. Raj Shah spent time at the London School of Economics where he earned a general course certificate in economics.

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169. Around the mid-1990s, Ed Pastor was backed by the Americans for the Arts Action Fund.

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170. Duncan Hunter prepares for sixth term with well-defined goals, ill-defined future.

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171. Ted Cruz was part of the group of 13 Senators that drafted the Senate version of the AHCA behind closed doors.

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172. In 1972 Senator Richard Lugar was the keynote speaker at the Republican National Convention.

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173. On December 8, 2016, Biden went to Ottawa to meet with the Prime Minister of Canada, Justin Trudeau.

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174. Kevin Spacey once called him "one of the shining lights" of the political process.

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175. The British West Indies, President James Madison maintained, could not live without American foodstuffs, but Americans could easily do without British manufactures.

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176. Kevin Spacey once called him "one of the shining lights" of the political process.

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177. Ted Kennedy initially advised his brother Robert against challenging the incumbent President Johnson for the Democratic nomination in the 1968 presidential election.

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178. In 2008, Biden was chosen as the running mate of Democratic presidential nominee Barack Obama.

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179. On February 16, 2013, Lugar Center was named the Rotarian of the Century.

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180. Senator Richard Lugar won reelection to a third term, defeating Democrat Jack Wickes.

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181. On March 11, 2007, Senator Chuck Schumer became the first lawmaker in either chamber to call for Attorney General Alberto Gonzales to resign for the firing of eight United States Attorneys.

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182. Duncan Hunter formally announced his presidential candidacy in Spartanburg, South Carolina, on January 25, 2007.

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183. Ted Kennedy tried to reform "unfair" and "inequitable" aspects of the draft.

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184. The Lugar Center voted against the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009.

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185. Millard Fillmore appointed his old law partner, Nathan Hall, as Postmaster General, a cabinet position that controlled many patronage appointments.

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186. Kevin Spacey is a Democrat and a friend of President Bill Clinton.

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187. The Lugar Center's was the highest-percentage win of the 2006 Senate elections despite a Democratic takeover of Washington.

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188. Jim DeMint is a member of the Republican Party and a leading figure in the Tea Party movement.

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189. Wendell Willkie had offered the vice presidential nomination to Connecticut Governor Raymond Baldwin, a key supporter, but scuttled those plans after his advisors and Republican officials felt that a New York-Connecticut ticket would not give sufficient geographic balance.

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190. Ed Pastor was supported by the Defenders of Wildlife Action Fund, which works to protect native wildlife and wild areas.

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191. From 1996 to 2002, Steve King served as an Iowa state senator, representing the 6th district.

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192. Chuck Schumer said he did not regret voting against the deal in 2015.

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193. In October 2010, Lugar Center voted against repeal of the Don't Ask, Don't Tell policy—which prevented gays and lesbians from serving openly in the armed forces.

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194. At age 50, President James Madison inherited the large plantation of Montpelier and other possessions, including his father's numerous slaves.

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195. Hakeem Jeffries is Chairman of the House Democratic Caucus, having been elected to that position by his colleagues in November 2018.

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196. Ron Dellums was elected to the Berkeley City Council, after prompting from Maudelle Shirek,[12] and served from 1967 to 1970.

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197. Millard Fillmore was relegated to menial labor; unhappy at not learning any skills, he left Hungerford's employ.

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198. Ted Cruz was the first Hispanic to clerk for a Chief Justice of the United States.

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199. Steve King took to the podium early Wednesday to thank his supporters for standing behind him as he weathered.

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200. Hakeem Jeffries graduated from New York University School of Law and obtained a master's degree in public policy from Georgetown University.

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201. Kevin Spacey appeared in the film Billionaire Boys Club, which had a limited release on August 17, 2018.

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202. Millard Fillmore countered the Weed machine by building a network of like-minded Whigs in New York state; with backing from wealthy New Yorkers, their positions were publicized by the establishment of a rival newspaper to Weed's Albany Evening Journal.

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203. Paul Ryan supports block granting Medicaid to the states and the privatization of social security and Medicare.

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204. Kevin Spacey once called him "one of the shining lights" of the political process.

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205. Chuck Schumer is looking ready to meet Donald Trump partway in his bid to build a wall at the Mexican border, and Democrats appear ready to oust their Senate Minority Leader.

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206. Ted Cruz raised nearly $92 million, a record for a GOP primary candidate, much of it from small online donors.

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207. President James Madison took day-by-day notes of debates at the Constitutional Convention, which furnish the only comprehensive history of the proceedings.

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208. Ted Kennedy responded with a series of attack ads, which focused both on Romney's shifting political views and on the treatment of workers at a paper products plant owned by Romney's Bain Capital.

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209. Lyndon B Johnson was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom posthumously in 1980.

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210. Lyndon Johnson gave the first two Medicare cards to former President Harry S Truman and his wife Bess after signing the Medicare bill at the Truman Library in Independence, Missouri.

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211. Bill Maher is highly critical of all religion and views it as highly destructive.

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212. In 1997, Ted Kennedy was the prime mover behind the State Children's Health Insurance Program, which used increased tobacco taxes to fund the largest expansion of taxpayer-funded health insurance coverage for children in the US since Medicaid began in the 1960s.

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213. Chuck Schumer said on the Senate floor that Farr "stands for the disenfranchisement of voters", then raised the 2013 Supreme Court case Shelby County v Holder.

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214. The Lugar Center currently serves as President of the Lugar Center.

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215. Lyndon B Johnson was needed on the ticket to help carry Texas and the Southern states.

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216. Richard Lugar Center represented Indiana in the United States Senate for more than 30 years.

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217. On February 16, 2013, The Lugar Center was named the Rotarian of the Century.

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218. Ted Cruz will return to serve his second term despite his Democratic opponent earning nearly half of the votes in the midterm election Tuesday night.

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219. Chuck Schumer prides himself on visiting every one of New York's 62 counties each year and has successfully done so in each of the 16 years he has served in the United States Senate, the only New York senator to have done so.

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220. Rob Delaney confirms Catastrophe series 4 is "in the can".

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221. Chuck Schumer won the Democratic Senate primary with 51 percent of the votes against Geraldine Ferraro and Mark Green (19 percent).

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222. Ted Kennedy was a leader in pushing through the Immigration and Nationality Act of 1965, which ended a quota system based upon national origin.

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223. The Lugar Center attended the January 7, 1980 signing ceremony of the Chrysler Corporation Loan Guarantee Act of 1979 in the Cabinet Room.

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224. President James Madison believed their adoption of European-style agriculture would help the Creek assimilate the values of British-US civilization.

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225. Lyndon Johnson decided on a campaign to use a discharge petition to force it onto the House floor.

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226. Lyndon B Johnson responded with a recommendation that the United States gain the leadership role by committing the resources to embark on a project to land an American on the Moon in the 1960s.

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227. Richard Lugar opposed President Barack Obama's health reform legislation, voted against the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act in December 2009, and voted against the Health Care and Education Reconciliation Act of 2010.

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228. President James Madison ensured that his writings were delivered to Randolph, Mason, and other prominent Virginia anti-federalists, as those opposed to the ratification of the Constitution were known.

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229. Ted Cruz thinks the United Nations is trying to eliminate golf.

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230. In 2004 at age 22, Nick Ayers was named manager of Perdue's re-election committee.

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231. In March 2017, Senator Chuck Schumer released a statement calling for Trump to apologize for claiming the Obama administration had wiretapped him during his presidential campaign.

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232. Lyndon B Johnson insisted on Fortas assuming Goldberg's seat, over Fortas's wife's objection that it was too early in his career.

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233. Senator Richard Lugar was giving a talk to Drake University students on the topic, I recall, of Africa.

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234. Chuck Schumer was raised in Brooklyn and studied in the public schools located in the area.

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235. In 2012, Speaker Ryan supported a request for $3.8 million from the Department of Transportation for a new transit center in Janesville, which city officials received in July.

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236. Paul Ryan was a member of the College Republicans, and volunteered for the congressional campaign of John Boehner.

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237. Kevin Spacey set up the Kevin Spacey foundation in 2010, first in the UK.

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238. In 2012, Paul Ryan supported a request for $3.8 million from the Department of Transportation for a new transit center in Janesville, which city officials received in July.

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239. Lyndon Johnson compared a recent Great Society initiative by then-president Lyndon B Johnson, the National Data Bank, to the use of information by advertisers and argued for increased data privacy measures to ensure that information did not find its way into the wrong hands.

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240. Wendell Willkie promised to keep New Deal social welfare programs intact, expand Social Security, and provide full employment, a job for everyone: "I pledge a new world".

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241. On June 11, 2006 Chris Shays told the Hartford Courant that his position on the war was a matter of principle and he was not going to stop talking about it.

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242. Ted Kennedy was sworn into the Senate on November 7, 1962.

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243. Lyndon Johnson used his political influence in the Senate to receive broadcast licenses from the Federal Communications Commission in his wife's name.

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244. Lugar Center served on the Board of Directors of the National Endowment for Democracy from 1992 to 2001.

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245. Dana Rohrabacher voted against the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017.

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246. Bill Maher has long been criticized for his racially-charged language on his show.

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247. Chuck Schumer called on Israel to "strangle them economically until they see that's not the way to go".

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248. Senator Chuck Schumer was one of 16 senators to vote against the Vitter Amendment, which prohibited the confiscation of legally owned firearms during a disaster.

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249. Ted Cruz is one of the Senate Republicans in favor of the "nuclear option", "to speed up consideration of President Trump's nominees".

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250. Wendell Willkie led with 429 delegates after the fifth ballot, while Taft held 377 and Dewey only 57.

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251. In February 2017, Dana Rohrabacher faced criticism for refusing to meet with constituents that showed up at his local Huntington Beach office.

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252. Speaker Ryan is the first individual from Wisconsin as well as the first member of Generation X to run on a major party's national ticket.

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253. Ted Cruz was reelected to the Senate in the 2018 midterm elections, defeating Democratic challenger Beto O'Rourke.

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254. Lyndon Johnson agreed to increase the troop level by 22,000, despite a recommendation from the Joint Chiefs for ten times that number.

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255. President James Madison approved federal spending on the Cumberland Road, which provided a link to the country's western lands, but in his last act before leaving office, he blocked further federal spending on internal improvements by vetoing the Bonus Bill of 1817.

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256. Wendell Willkie was born in Elwood, Indiana, in 1892; both his parents were lawyers, and he became one.

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257. In October 2010, Richard Lugar voted against repeal of the Don't Ask, Don't Tell policy—which prevented gays and lesbians from serving openly in the armed forces.

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258. Wendell Willkie had not taken Wisconsin's electoral votes in 1940, though he had won in all parts of the state except Milwaukee.

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259. Ted Cruz was notified Tuesday that she won't be the final pick, according to persons familiar with the situation.

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260. Senator Chuck Schumer has appeared as a guest on The Daily Show seven times.

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261. Wendell Willkie went on to stress the need for a "loyal opposition" in a two-party system; he visited England and the Middle East, the Soviet Union, and China (1942).

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262. Kevin Spacey made his UK Shakespearean debut in the title role in Richard II in 2005.

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263. Rob Delaney hosts first ever CBeebies Bedtime Story in sign language in memory of son.

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264. Jim DeMint led a group of Senators in opposing government loans to corporations.

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265. On June 9, 1942, Lyndon B Johnson volunteered as an observer for an air strike mission on New Guinea by eleven B-26 bombers that included his roommate in another plane.

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266. Dana Rohrabacher has an "A+" rating from NORML for his voting record regarding cannabis-related matters.

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267. Stephen King is a prolific and immensely popular author of horror fiction.

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268. Speaker Ryan made personal contact with GM executives to try to convince them to save or retool the plant, offering GM hundreds of millions of dollars of taxpayer-funded incentives.

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269. Lyndon B Johnson decided on a campaign to use a discharge petition to force it onto the House floor.

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270. Speaker Ryan married Janna Christine Little, a tax attorney, in December 2000.

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271. Raj Shah was recognized as one of Fortune Magazine's 40 under 40 in 2011 and was India Abroad's Person of the Year in 2012.

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272. Bill Maher confronted Hurd, who worked for the Central Intelligence Agency for nearly a decade, on why he continues to be a Republican and supports the "traitor", President Trump.

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273. Speaker Ryan required staffers and interns in his congressional office to read Rand and gave copies of her novel Atlas Shrugged as gifts to his staff for Christmas.

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274. Millard Fillmore was sworn in as vice president on March 5, 1849, in the Senate Chamber.

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275. Lyndon B Johnson's orders were to report to the Office of the Chief of Naval Operations in Washington, DC for instruction and training.

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276. Lyndon B Johnson gave the first two Medicare cards to former President Harry S Truman and his wife Bess after signing the Medicare bill at the Truman Library in Independence, Missouri.

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277. Ed Pastor told his staff his office did appropriations, Herrera said.

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278. The Lugar Center joined the Rotary Club of Indianapolis in 1957 and spoke at the club annually during his time in the US Senate.

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279. Dana Rohrabacher treated his supporters to burgers with a side of gratitude at a volunteer.

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280. Lugar Center was the first six-term US senator to lose his seat in a primary election since Kenneth McKellar in 1952.

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281. On December 2, 1981, Senator Richard Lugar voted in favor of an amendment to President Reagan's MX missiles proposal that would divert the silo system by $334 million as well as earmark further research for other methods that would allow giant missiles to be based.

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282. Ted Kennedy made another surprise appearance in the Senate to break a Republican filibuster against the Obama stimulus package.

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283. Dana Rohrabacher was an advocate for the state of California's Proposition 187, which prohibited illegal immigrants from acquiring government services.

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284. Lyndon B Johnson gave his children names with the LBJ initials; his dog was Little Beagle Johnson.

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285. Barbara Comstock was one of 86 Republicans to vote in favor of TAA.

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286. The Lugar Center won reelection to a fifth term, defeating Democrat David Johnson.

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287. Rob Delaney is the first celebrity to host CBeebies Bedtime Story in sign language, which he learned for his late son Henry.

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288. Richard Lugar has a generally liberal stance on immigration, supporting the DREAM Act during the Obama administration and the McCain–Kennedy Comprehensive Immigration Reform bill under the Bush administration, both of which died in Congress.

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289. In June 1984, The Lugar Center voted in favor of legislation restricting federal highway funds for states that did not raise the minimum age for drinking to 21.

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290. Senator Chuck Schumer is a co-sponsor of a Senate resolution expressing objection to the UN Security Council Resolution 2334, which condemned Israeli settlement building in the occupied Palestinian territories as a violation of international law.

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291. Lugar Center is closely associated with the adoption of Unigov in 1970, which unified the governments of Indianapolis and Marion County.

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292. On January 3, 2013, Hakeem Jeffries was sworn into the 113th Congress.

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293. Ted Kennedy re-entered Harvard in the summer of 1953 and improved his study habits.

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294. Chuck Schumer was re-elected eight times from the Brooklyn and Queens-based district, which changed numbers twice in his tenure.

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295. Ed Pastor was born in Claypool, Arizona as the oldest of three children.

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296. In 1953, Lyndon B Johnson was chosen by fellow Democrats to be the Senate Minority Leader.

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297. Bill Maher holds the record for the most Emmy nominations without a win, having been nominated on 22 occasions and not winning once.

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298. Lyndon B Johnson signed the fortified Civil Rights Act of 1964 into law on July 2.

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299. Ted Cruz thanked senators from both political parties for "swiftly passing this legislation and sending it to the White House".

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300. Ted Cruz was expected to win, despite a surge in interest around O'Rourke, who became a national celebration during his 18-month campaign.

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301. Hakeem Jeffries successfully led the first meaningful legislative reform of the NYPD's aggressive and controversial stop-and-frisk program.

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302. The Lugar Center won reelection to a sixth term, defeating Libertarian Steve Osborn.

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303. Chuck Schumer was elected Vice Chairman of the Democratic Caucus in the Senate in 2006.

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304. In 1972 The Lugar Center was the keynote speaker at the Republican National Convention.

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305. Bill Maher says millions of Muslims supported the "Charlie Hebdo" attacksMaher has a long history of being highly critical of religion and, in recent years, of Islam in particular.

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306. Paul Ryan supported Trump's firing of FBI Director James Comey, and did not support legislation to protect Special Counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election.

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307. Paul Ryan required staffers and interns in his congressional office to read Rand and gave copies of her novel Atlas Shrugged as gifts to his staff for Christmas.

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308. Rob Delaney started acting since 2007 but he was not famous back then.

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309. Lyndon B Johnson sought to increase his influence within the executive branch.

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310. President James Madison approved an effective taxation system based on tariffs, a standing professional military, and some of the internal improvements championed by Clay under Clay's American System.

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311. Rob Delaney is a left-wing progressive and often writes about political issues.

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312. Ed Pastor is one of the nine Chief Deputy Whips for the Democratic Caucus.

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313. President James Madison was one of the main proponents ​of the passage of the first ten amendments to the Constitution, known collectively as the Bill of Rights.

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314. Dana Rohrabacher has lost the congressional seat he has held for 30 years.

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315. Barbara Comstock was ranked as the 82nd most bipartisan member of the US House of Representatives during the 114th United States Congress in the Bipartisan Index created by The Lugar Center.

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316. Kevin Spacey was born on the 26 of July 1959 in South Orange, New Jersey.

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317. Ted Cruz is a proponent of school choice and opposes the Common Core State Standards Initiative.

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318. On November 7, 2000, Ed Pastor won re-election to the United States House.

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319. Lyndon Johnson told Forrestal that the Pacific Fleet had a "critical" need for 6,800 additional experienced men.

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320. Millard Fillmore came to the notice of the influential Massachusetts senator Daniel Webster, who took the new congressman under his wing.

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321. Lugar Center was awarded the Grand Cross of the Order of Merit, from Germany, in 2013 for his work on fostering transatlantic cooperation.

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322. Kevin Spacey once called him "one of the shining lights" of the political process.

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