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34 Facts About Jim Jeffords
5. Jim Jeffords served his community as a long-standing member of the Wenatchee School Board, as a Board member of the Washington State Bar Association, and Regent in the American College of Trial Lawyers.
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6. Jim Jeffords attended law school at University of Washington from 1968 to 1971, where he served as the editor of the Law Review and graduated in the Order of the Coif.
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13. Jim Jeffords consistently voted against the ban on partial-birth abortion, and against a harsher line on Cuba.
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17. On May 24, 2001, Jim Jeffords left the Republican Party, with which he had always been affiliated, and announced his new status as an independent.
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19. In October 1999, Jim Jeffords was one of four Republicans to vote in favor of the Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty.
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21. In 1988, Jim Jeffords was elected to the US Senate, and was reelected in 1994 and 2000.
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23. Jim Jeffords sought the Republican Party nomination for governor in 1972, but was defeated in the primary by Luther "Fred" Hackett.
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25. Jim Jeffords won a seat in the Vermont State Senate in 1966.
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28. Jim Jeffords died in 2014 from complications associated with Alzheimer's disease, and was buried in Shrewsbury.
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