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1. Orrin Hatch worked as an attorney in Pittsburgh and in Utah.

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2. In March 2017, Rand Paul introduced the Stop Arming Terrorists Act that would prohibit the use of United States Government funds to provide assistance to Al Qaeda, Jabhat Fateh al-Sham, and the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant and to countries supporting those organizations.

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3. Ben Sasse studied at the University of Oxford during the fall of 1992 on a junior year abroad program.

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4. Chuck Grassley is the chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee and has served in the Senate since 1980.

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5. US Attorney General Jeff Sessions opposed President Barack Obama's health reform legislation; he voted against the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act in December 2009, and he voted against the Health Care and Education Reconciliation Act of 2010.

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6. Harry Reid supports the DREAM Act, which would give certain high school graduates who had arrived in the US illegally, conditional legal status so they could attend college or enlist in the military.

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7. Rand Paul made the comments while speaking out against legislation that would prolong the conflict in Syria.

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8. Rand Paul supports state laws to legalize the use of marijuana for medical purposes.

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9. On March 1, 2017, reports surfaced that Jeff Sessions had contact with Russian government officials during the 2016 US presidential election, even though during his confirmation hearings he denied he had any discussions with representatives of the Russian government.

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10. On June 8, 2010, Carly Fiorina won the Republican primary election for the Senate with over 50 percent of the vote, beating Campbell and State Assemblyman Chuck DeVore.

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11. In 1970, at age 30, Harry Reid was chosen by O'Callaghan as his running mate for Lieutenant Governor of Nevada.

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12. On February 8, 2017, US Attorney General Jeff Sessions was confirmed as Attorney General by a vote of 52 to 47.

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13. Ted Stevens was elected to the Alaska House of Representatives in 1964 and became House majority leader in his second term.

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14. Chuck Grassley spent $9.75 per general election vote received in 2016.

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15. Jeff Sessions was nominated in 1986 to be a judge of the US District Court for the Southern District of Alabama, but was not confirmed.

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16. Rand Paul designed packaging, marketing materials and assorted communications for IBM from the late 1950s until the late 1990s, including the well known Eye-Bee-M poster.

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17. On July 28, 2009, US Attorney General Jeff Sessions joined five Republican colleagues in voting against Sotomayor's nomination in the Judiciary Committee.

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18. Joe Lieberman was critical of Bush's Medicare plan, arguing that, in its current state, it does not provide sufficiently for the elderly.

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19. Senator Joe Lieberman was elected as a "Reform Democrat" in 1970 to the Connecticut Senate, where he served three terms as Majority Leader.

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20. Jeff Sessions holds his granddaughter, Jane Ritchie Reinhardt, in 2008.

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21. Susan Collins said she will not support a bill to protect Rober Mueller.

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22. Orrin Hatch took to social media to post a photo of himself and his Eliane, carrying a balloon that read "60".

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23. Senator Orrin Hatch has served in that role twice in recent years.

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24. Rand Paul savaged Mitt Romney over his criticisms of President Donald Trump on Wednesday, declaring that the new senator from Utah is "virtue signaling" to the media and that his critiques of Trump's character are bad for the country and bad for the GOP.

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25. Orrin Hatch took to social media to post a photo of himself and his Eliane, carrying a balloon that read "60".

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26. Ted Stevens left college to serve in World War II, flying with the Army Air Corps from 1943 to 1946.

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27. Rand Paul savaged Mitt Romney over his criticisms of President Donald Trump on Wednesday, declaring that the new senator from Utah is "virtue signaling" to the media and that his critiques of Trump's character are bad for the country and bad for the GOP.

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28. Senator Joe Lieberman eventually announced his support for Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton in the 2016 presidential election, after hinting that he might back Trump.

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29. Ted Stevens was discharged from the Army Air Forces in March 1946.

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30. Joseph Isadore Lieberman was the Democratic nominee for Vice President in the 2000 United States presidential election, running with presidential nominee and then Vice President Al Gore, and becoming the first Jewish candidate on a major American political party presidential ticket.

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31. In December 1981, Chuck Grassley voted for a proposed constitutional amendment by Orrin Hatch that would allow both Congress and the states to ban or regulate abortion.

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32. On December 19th 2018, Rand Paul supported the Presidents recent decision to pull the US army out from the Syrian Civil war by a Tweet.

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33. Rand Paul is generally described as a libertarian, a term he both embraced and rejected during his first Senate campaign.

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34. In 1994, Joe Lieberman made history by winning by the largest landslide ever in a Connecticut Senate race, drawing 67 percent of the vote and beating his opponent by more than 350,000 votes.

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35. Ted Stevens ultimately lost the election by a mere 3,000 votes in spite of the false "conviction" and the overwhelmingly negative coverage in the Anchorage Daily News by the rabidly anti-Stevens reporter Rich Mauer.

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36. Orrin Hatch voted in favor of passing a Balanced Budget Amendment on at least 9 occasions.

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37. Chuck Grassley was elected to his Senate seat in 1980, defeating the Democratic incumbent, John Culver.

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38. Joe Lieberman decried the "rush to judgment that is unfair to" Northam.

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39. Chuck Grassley is only the second Iowan to serve six terms in the Senate; the other being Iowa's longest-serving senator, William B Allison.

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40. Ted Stevens became the Senate's President Pro Tempore when Republicans regained control of the chamber as a result of the 2002 mid-term elections, during which the previous most senior Republican senator and former President Pro Tempore Strom Thurmond retired.

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41. In 1986, Harry Reid won the Democratic nomination for the seat of retiring two-term incumbent Republican Senator Paul Laxalt.

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42. On March 7, 2008, Carly Fiorina was named fundraising chair for the Republican National Committee's "Victory" initiative.

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43. Jeff Sessions is popular back home: Aside from his first election in 1996, Sessions has never won with less than 59 percent of the vote.

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44. Joe Lieberman is a co-sponsor of the Employee Free Choice Act.

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45. US Attorney General Jeff Sessions pointed out that Kagan "has a very thin record legally, never tried a case, never argued before a jury, only had her first appearance in the appellate courts a year ago".

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46. Harry Reid is the co-chairman of the Board of Selectors of Jefferson Awards for Public Service.

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47. Jeff Sessions is pushed out from his job as US Attorney General and weed stocks soar.

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48. Orrin Hatch said in a statement posted on Twitter Wednesday.

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49. On May 25, 2017, Joe Lieberman officially withdrew his name from consideration.

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50. Joe Lieberman was elected as a "reform Democrat" to the Connecticut Senate in 1970, where he served for 10 years, including the last six as Majority Leader.

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51. Chuck Grassley was elected to his first political office in 1959 when he served as the Member of the Iowa House of Representative from the 73rd district.

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52. Joseph Isadore Lieberman acknowledged to the Hartford Courant that his support for the war in Iraq was a large part of his undoing with voters.

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53. Chuck Grassley was one of 47 Republicans to vote in favor of the bill.

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54. Ted Stevens was thrown out, first by Judge Emmett Sullivan, and then by Eric Holder.

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55. Rand Paul has tried to keep the Trump administration moving in a less interventionist direction where possible.

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56. The younger Rand Paul often spent summer vacations interning in his father's congressional office.

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57. In 1975, Harry Reid lost a race for the Las Vegas governorship.

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58. Senator Joe Lieberman was one of the Senate's strongest advocates for the war in Iraq.

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59. Jeff Sessions denied this, saying that he recused himself from the case.

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60. Susan Collins had a mixed record on the Bush tax cuts.

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61. Chuck Grassley concluded by telling Sanders his last-minute complaint was not unique.

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62. Susan Collins introduced her bill, the Taxpayer Identity Protection Act, in the Senate on Monday, the first day taxpayers could file returns.

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63. In early September 2015, Senator Joe Lieberman attended a rally outside the office of New York Senator Kirsten Gillibrand held in the hopes that such a protest would lead the senator to retract her support for the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action.

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64. In 1992, Rand Paul resigned his position at Yale in protest of the appointment of postmodern and feminist designer Sheila Levrant de Bretteville, and convinced his colleague Armin Hofmann to do the same.

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

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66. Susan Collins is the first program delegate elected to the Senate and currently holds the seat once held by Smith.

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67. On September 19, 2012, Susan Collins received the Navy League's Congressional Sea Services Award "for her outstanding contributions in Congress to advance the mission of our nation's maritime services".

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68. Jeff Sessions praised employees of the US Department of Justice and touted some of the DOJ's achievements during his tenure.

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69. Harry Reid served as the Senate Democratic Whip from 1999 to 2005 before succeeding Tom Daschle as Senate Minority Leader.

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70. Senator Orrin Hatch is one of the longest serving Senators in American history, having represented Utah for more than 41 years.

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71. Chuck Grassley was unopposed in the Republican primary, although some conservatives said he has drifted "too far to the left".

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72. Senator Joe Lieberman met his first wife, Betty Haas, at the congressional office of Senator Abraham Ribicoff, where they worked as summer student interns.

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73. Orrin Hatch had solicited the bank to approve a $10 million loan to a close friend, Mazur Hourani.

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74. On December 18, 2010, Susan Collins voted in favor of the Don't Ask, Don't Tell Repeal Act of 2010 and was the primary Republican sponsor of the repeal effort.

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75. Rand Paul savaged Mitt Romney over his criticisms of President Donald Trump on Wednesday, declaring that the new senator from Utah is "virtue signaling" to the media and that his critiques of Trump's character are bad for the country and bad for the GOP.

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76. Harry Reid respects the fact that Warren is engaging so actively with the President.

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77. In 1984, Rand Paul took a semester off to aid his father's primary challenge to Republican Senator Phil Gramm.

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78. Harry Reid served as a central figure as negotiations between Republicans and Democrats over spending cuts and tax increases became a bitter political battle in 2012.

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79. Senator Joe Lieberman supported the North American Free Trade Agreement and continues to do so.

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80. On March 25, 2014, Orrin Hatch cosponsored the Emergency Medical Services for Children Reauthorization Act of 2014 in the Senate.

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81. Ben Sasse listens as UNL junior Kamryn Sannicks discusses a question posed to her during a forum on Monday.

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82. Orrin Hatch took to social media to post a photo of himself and his Eliane, carrying a balloon that read "60".

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83. Harry Reid engaged in a $1 million media campaign to "reintroduce himself" to state's voters.

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84. Senator Joe Lieberman was first elected to the United States Senate as a Democrat in the 1988 election, defeating liberal Republican Lowell Weicker by a margin of 10,000 votes.

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85. Ted Kennedy said almost nothing until the third day of the Thomas–Hill hearings, and when he did it was criticized by Hill supporters for being too little, too late.

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86. Rand Paul was a candidate for the Republican nomination at the 2016 US presidential election.

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87. Joe Lieberman was one of the Senate's strongest advocates for the war in Iraq.

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88. Rand Paul officially announced his presidential candidacy on April 7, 2015.

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89. Susan Collins said lawmakers involved in the bipartisan talks should consult experts, including Customs and Border Patrol officials, to determine the best approach to border security.

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90. Senator Joe Lieberman decided to run for re-election to maintain his seat, as Johnson, Bentsen and Biden did.

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91. Senator Joe Lieberman defeated moderate Republican Lowell Weicker in 1988 to win election to the US Senate, and was re-elected in 1994 and 2000.

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92. US Attorney General Jeff Sessions was active in the Young Republicans and was student body president.

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93. Harry Reid was majority whip from 2001 to 2003, except for a brief period from January to May 2001.

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94. Orrin Hatch took to social media to post a photo of himself and his Eliane, carrying a balloon that read "60".

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95. 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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96. Rand Paul has held a state-issued medical license since moving there in 1993.

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97. Ted Kennedy escaped the submerged car, but his passenger, 28-year-old Mary Jo Kopechne, did not.

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98. Chuck Grassley was born in 1933 in New Hartford, IA, where he attended high school.

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99. Chuck Grassley was one of 30 Republican senators who did not support the filibuster.

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100. Joe Lieberman has toyed with the idea of switching his affiliation to Republican, especially if Senate Democrats go what he sees as too far in ending the War in Iraq.

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101. Ted Stevens served in the China-Burma-India theater with the Fourteenth Air Force Transport Section, which supported the "Flying Tigers", from 1944 to 1946.

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102. Jeff Sessions received 63 percent of the vote to Figures's 37 percent.

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103. Ted Stevens referred to the Internet as "not a big truck", but a "series of tubes" that could be clogged with information.

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104. Orrin Hatch took to social media to post a photo of himself and his Eliane, carrying a balloon that read "60".

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105. In February 2007, Senator Joe Lieberman spoke before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee in support of the confirmation of Sam Fox as ambassador to Belgium.

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106. Joe Lieberman announced on January 19, 2011 that he would retire from the Senate at the end of his fourth term.

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107. Orrin Hatch was a vocal supporter of Donald Trump during his 2016 race to the nation's highest office.

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108. Ted Stevens was the longest-serving Republican US Senator in history at the time he left office; his record was surpassed in January 2017 by Orrin Hatch from Utah.

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109. In March 2013, it was announced that Senator Joe Lieberman would be joining the conservative American Enterprise Institute think tank as co-chairman of their American Internationalism Project, alongside former Republican Senator Jon Kyl.

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110. Susan Collins raised $1.8 million in the final quarter of 2018, according to Federal Election Commission.

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111. Harry Reid appeared, with Senators Sam Brownback and Barack Obama, in the 2007 documentary film Sand and Sorrow, which details the genocide in Sudan.

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112. Joe Lieberman continues to defend his position on the Iraq war to this day.

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113. Chuck Grassley said he invited drug companies to testify at the Finance Committee on Tuesday but all but two small ones refused.

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114. Senator Joe Lieberman joined a few other Democrats, Republican Florida Governor Jeb Bush and the Republican Congress as a vocal opponent of efforts to remove the feeding tube in the Terri Schiavo case.

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115. In June 2014, US Attorney General Jeff Sessions was one of three senators to vote against additional funding for the VA medical system.

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116. Jeff Sessions opposed the NATO bombing of Yugoslavia, the 2011 military intervention in Libya, and arming the Syrian rebels.

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117. Chuck Grassley began an investigation about unreported payments to physicians by pharmaceutical companies.

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118. Senator Joe Lieberman was the Democratic nominee for Vice President in the 2000 United States presidential election, running with presidential nominee and then Vice President Al Gore, and becoming the first Jewish candidate on a major American political party presidential ticket.

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119. Susan Collins voted in favor of the Kyi-Lieberman Amendment, which gave President Bush and the executive branch the authorization for military force against Iran.

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120. Senator Joe Lieberman has even gone as far as saying he wants to raise mileage standard to 40 mpg.

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121. Chuck Grassley pursued graduate work in political science at the University of Iowa, Iowa City from 1957 to 1958.

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122. Joseph Isadore Lieberman emphasized the group's outreach to supporters of Hillary Clinton, who was at that time broadly expected to lose the Democratic presidential nomination to Barack Obama.

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123. Senator Joe Lieberman acknowledged to the Hartford Courant that his support for the war in Iraq was a large part of his undoing with voters.

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124. Harry Reid was led succeeded by Chuck Schumer as the Senate, minority leader.

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125. In November 2010, Jeff Sessions was a member of the Senate Judiciary Committee when the committee voted unanimously in favor of the Combating Online Infringement and Counterfeits Act, and sent the bill to the full Senate for consideration.

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126. Ted Kennedy left the party with one of the women, 28-year-old Mary Jo Kopechne.

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127. Harry Reid owned 160 acres of land several miles from the proposed bridge site in Arizona.

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128. In January 2018, Chuck Grassley was one of thirty-six Republican senators to sign a letter to President Trump requesting he preserve the North American Free Trade Agreement by modernizing it for the economy of the 21st Century.

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129. In January 2019, Susan Collins was one of eleven Republican senators to vote to advance legislation intended to block President Trump's intent to lift sanctions against three Russian companies.

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130. In January 2019, Susan Collins voted for both Republican and Democratic bills to end a government shutdown.

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131. Orrin Hatch voted with the 17 Republican and the 55 Democratic members in favor of the bill.

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132. Ted Stevens served as the Assistant Republican Leader from 1977 to 1985.

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133. Rand Paul shares how he works with Trump despite the cut-throat Republican primary of the last presidential election.

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134. Senator Joe Lieberman was elected as a "reform Democrat" to the Connecticut Senate in 1970, where he served for 10 years, including the last six as Majority Leader.

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135. Joseph Isadore Lieberman was an integral part in attempting to stop WikiLeaks from publishing further material using US-based corporations in the United States diplomatic cables leak of 2010.

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136. Susan Collins served as the founding executive director of the Center for Family Business at Husson College, Bangor, Maine from 1994 to 1996.

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137. US Attorney General Jeff Sessions was nominated in 1986 to be a judge of the US District Court for the Southern District of Alabama, but was not confirmed.

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138. Joe Lieberman once hoped to represent the future of the Democratic Party.

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139. In 2016, Rand Paul was one of the first members of Congress to come out in opposition to United States support for the Saudi Arabian-led intervention in Yemen.

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140. In 2003, Joe Lieberman sought the Democratic nomination for the 2004 presidential election but withdrew his candidacy after failing to win any of the five primaries.

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141. Rand Paul became pretty well-known after his almost 13 hour filibuster on the Senate floor.

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142. In June 2013, Orrin Hatch commented on a G8 proposal that tax authorities in the world's largest economies openly share information among themselves in order to fight tax evasion.

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143. Jeff Sessions was only the second freshman Republican senator from Alabama since Reconstruction and gave Alabama two Republican senators, a first since Reconstruction.

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144. In 2017, Orrin Hatch 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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145. Ted Kennedy was the family patriarch, and he and President Clinton consoled his extended family at the public memorial service.

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146. Orrin Hatch took to social media to post a photo of himself and his Eliane, carrying a balloon that read "60".

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147. US Attorney General Jeff Sessions was one of 29 senators who voted for an amendment to the 2008 budget resolution, offered by Republican Senator Jim DeMint of South Carolina, that would have placed a one-year moratorium on the practice of earmarking.

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148. Rand Paul ended up raising some $3 million during the primary period.

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149. Rand Paul received the 2014 Distinguished Service Award from the Center for the National Interest for his public policy work.

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150. In late 1979, Ted Kennedy finally announced his candidacy for the presidency when he challenged President Jimmy Carter for the Democratic nomination for the 1980 election.

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151. In January 2015, Harry Reid suffered severe injuries in an exercise accident.

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152. Rand Paul is married to Kelley Rand Paul, a freelance writer.

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153. Ted Stevens was born in Indianapolis and lived in Chicago and Manhattan Beach, California before moving to Alaska.

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154. Senator Joe Lieberman is on the advisory board of the Counter Extremism Project.

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155. Ted Stevens left the Senate with the distinction of having been the longest-serving Republican senator at the time, according to the Navy.

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156. Rand Paul regularly contributed to The Baylor Lariat student newspaper.

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157. Chuck Grassley was born in a small town in north-central Iowa and was raised on a nearby farm.

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158. Chuck Grassley has an "A" rating from the National Rifle Association for his consistent support of NRA-supported gun-related laws and ongoing sponsoring and authoring of legislature.

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159. Susan Collins announced she would vote against the Senate version of the Republican bill to repeal Obamacare.

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160. Orrin Hatch took to social media to post a photo of himself and his Eliane, carrying a balloon that read "60".

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161. Senator Chuck Grassley takes a lot of pride in his farmland.

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162. Senator Joe Lieberman was one of four Senate Democrats to side with Republicans in 1995 in voting to limit punitive damage awards in product liability cases.

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163. Joe Lieberman is an American politician, having served as a United States Senator from Connecticut from 1989 to 2013.

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164. Chuck Grassley voted with the Republican Party 91.5 percent of the time, which ranked 10th among the 46 Senate Republican members as of June 2013.

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165. US Attorney General Jeff Sessions was one of 34 Senators to vote against the Stem Cell Research Enhancement Act of 2007, which was vetoed by President Bush and would have provided funding for human embryonic stem cell research.

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166. Jeff Sessions was an opponent of legal and illegal immigration during his time in Congress.

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167. Susan Collins has voted against free-trade agreements including the Dominican RepublicCentral America Free Trade Agreement.

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

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169. US Attorney General Jeff Sessions opposed the $837 billion stimulus bill, calling it "the largest spending bill in the history of the republic".

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170. Chuck Grassley voted with 25 other Republican members against the bill.

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171. US Attorney General Jeff Sessions supported establishing safe zones as an alternative to immigration from war-torn countries.

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172. In 2018, Orrin Hatch "honored Pride" by giving a speech in support of programs to help and serve LGBT youth.

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173. In 2012, Harry Reid cited fellow US Senator Bernie Sanders, who claimed the Koch brothers were "funding think tanks spreading an enormous amount of disinformation about Social Security".

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174. Susan Collins has celebrated the total number of 65 birthdays till date.

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175. On March 1, 2017, reports surfaced that US Attorney General Jeff Sessions had contact with Russian government officials during the 2016 US presidential election, even though during his confirmation hearings he denied he had any discussions with representatives of the Russian government.

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176. Joseph Isadore Senator Joe Lieberman is an American politician, having served as a United States Senator from Connecticut from 1989 to 2013.

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177. In 1998, Joe Lieberman was the first prominent Democrat to publicly challenge Clinton for the judgment exercised in his affair with Monica Lewinsky.

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178. US Attorney General Jeff Sessions has opposed nearly every immigration bill that has come before the Senate the past two decades that has included a path to citizenship for immigrants in the country illegally.

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179. Rand Paul had his own share of insults for Trump when the two were competing in the Republican primary in 2015.

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180. Ted Kennedy was hosting a party that he gave for the Boiler Room Girls, a group of young women who had worked on his brother Robert's ill-fated 1968 presidential campaign.

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181. Senator Chuck Grassley will be seated on the floor while Mrs Grassley will be in the gallery.

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182. Ted Kennedy played a leading role, with Senator Jacob Javits, in the creation and passage of the National Cancer Act of 1971.

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183. Joseph Isadore Lieberman was the first observant Jew to run on a major party Presidential ticket.

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184. Joe Lieberman refused to support a filibuster against Supreme Court Justice nominee Samuel Alito.

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185. In 2013, Jeff Sessions sent a letter to National Endowment for the Humanities enquiring why the foundation funded projects that he deemed frivolous.

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186. Orrin Hatch voted with 53 other Republicans and four Democrats to proceed to the measure of disapproval.

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187. Jeff Sessions was one of 34 Senators to vote against the Stem Cell Research Enhancement Act of 2007, which was vetoed by President Bush and would have provided funding for human embryonic stem cell research.

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188. At the time Ted Stevens arrived in Washington, DC, to take up his new job, a constitutional convention to write an Alaska constitution had just been concluded on the campus of the University of Alaska in Fairbanks.

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189. Rand Paul said Wednesday that Romney's comments were "not productive" and that he'll receive backlash from conservatives.

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190. Ted Kennedy was taken by wheelchair from the Capitol building and then by ambulance to Washington Hospital Center.

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191. Joe Lieberman spoke at the 2008 Republican National Convention on behalf of McCain and his running mate, Alaska Governor Sarah Palin.

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192. In 2015, Rand Paul called for a defense budget of $697 billion in 2016.

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193. Susan Collins is equally an avid member of quite a number of organizations within the Republican Party including; The Wish List, Republican Majority For Choice, Republicans for Environmental Protection among others.

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194. Ted Kennedy was elected head of the Student Legal Forum and brought many prominent speakers to the campus via his family connections.

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195. Ben Sasse takes a minute to talk with Hanna Reynolds, a student at University of Nebraska on Mondaym.

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196. Chuck Grassley previously served as chairman of the Finance Committee in 2001 and from 2003 through 2007.

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197. Jeff Sessions weighs possible bid for old Senate seat in Alabama.

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198. Joe Lieberman joined a few other Democrats, Republican Florida Governor Jeb Bush and the Republican Congress as a vocal opponent of efforts to remove the feeding tube in the Terri Schiavo case.

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199. Harry Reid supported use of force in the Middle East, but in September 2007, called for a drastic change in strategy.

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200. Ted Kennedy formally announced his campaign on November 7, 1979, at Boston's Faneuil Hall.

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201. Joe Lieberman is pretty much the only Democrat backing up Ralph Northam after blackface photos.

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202. Orrin Hatch took to social media to post a photo of himself and his Eliane, carrying a balloon that read "60".

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203. Joseph Isadore Lieberman credited President-elect Barack Obama for helping him keep his chairmanship.

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204. On November 2, 1976, Orrin Hatch won election to the United States Senate.

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205. 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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206. Ted Stevens died on August 9, 2010, when a de Havilland Canada DHC-3 Otter he and several others were flying in crashed en route to a private fishing lodge.

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207. Ted Kennedy campaigned for his brother, John F Kennedy, in the 1960 presidential race.

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208. In 2006, Harry Reid co-sponsored the "Prevention First Amendment" with Hillary Clinton, which would fund abortion prevention efforts such as giving women broader access to contraception.

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209. Joe Lieberman was one of four Senate Democrats to side with Republicans in 1995 in voting to limit punitive damage awards in product liability cases.

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210. Ted Kennedy maintained a deferential attitude towards the older, seniority-laden Southern members when he first entered the Senate, avoiding publicity and focusing on committee work and local issues.

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211. From 1983 to 1987, Harry Reid represented Nevada's 1st district in the United States House of Representatives.

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212. Ted Kennedy was expelled when, in desperation, he had another student take a Spanish exam in his place.

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213. Susan Collins raised a total of $2.9 million in 2017 and 2018.

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214. Orrin Hatch was one of 30 Republican senators who did not support the filibuster.

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215. Susan Collins became the state's senior senator in 2013 when Snowe left the Senate and was replaced by independent Angus King, who had defeated Collins in the 1994 governor election.

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216. On May 18, 2010, Rand Paul won the primary in a resounding upset victory, defeating Grayson by 24 points.

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217. In 1965, they married while Senator Joe Lieberman was studying at law school.

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218. In 1936, Rand Paul was given the job of setting the page layout for an Apparel Arts magazine anniversary issue.

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219. US Attorney General Jeff Sessions was an early supporter of the presidential candidacy of Donald Trump, and was a major policy adviser to the Trump campaign, especially in regard to immigration and national security.

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220. Senator Joe Lieberman lives in New Haven and Washington with his wife, Hadassah.

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221. Rand Paul savaged Mitt Romney over his criticisms of President Donald Trump on Wednesday, declaring that the new senator from Utah is "virtue signaling" to the media and that his critiques of Trump's character are bad for the country and bad for the GOP.

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222. Jeff Sessions is out as Attorney General and drug reform advocates are thrilled.

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223. On March 20, 2018, US Attorney General Jeff Sessions signed a memo instructing federal prosecutors to seek capital punishment on major drug dealers.

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224. Chuck Grassley told radio host Hugh Hewitt Tuesday he expects special counsel Robert Mueller's conclusions to be released "within a month", if they ever do become public.

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225. Harry Reid was elected to the Gaming Hall of Fame in 2001.

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226. Harry Reid is a strong advocate of recognizing the Armenian genocide.

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227. Jeff Sessions was one of 29 senators who voted for an amendment to the 2008 budget resolution, offered by Republican Senator Jim DeMint of South Carolina, that would have placed a one-year moratorium on the practice of earmarking.

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228. US Attorney General Jeff Sessions supported the reduction of the sentencing disparity between crack cocaine and powdered cocaine, ultimately passed into law with the Fair Sentencing Act 2010.

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229. Jeff Sessions was on the short list to become Trump's running mate, a position that ultimately went to Mike Pence.

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230. US Attorney General Jeff Sessions said during a televised interview that the recusal was not an admission of any wrongdoing.

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231. Joe Lieberman emphasized the group's outreach to supporters of Hillary Clinton, who was at that time broadly expected to lose the Democratic presidential nomination to Barack Obama.

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232. Senator Joe Lieberman was officially listed in Senate records for the 110th and 111th Congresses as an "Independent Democrat", and sat as part of the Senate Democratic Caucus.

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233. Chuck Grassley could not confirm reports of the House giving up work requirements to the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, because he isn't on the conference committee.

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234. Susan Collins announced on Friday that she is voting "yes" for Kavanaugh's nomination.

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235. Ted Kennedy was hamstrung by his past reputation and the ongoing developments in the William Kennedy Smith case.

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236. Joseph Isadore Lieberman was free to vote as he pleased on policy matters.

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237. From September 1994 to November 1995, Ben Sasse worked as an associate consultant at the management consulting firm Boston Consulting Group.

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238. In 2000, Senator Joe Lieberman was the Democratic candidate for Vice President alongside Al Gore, and the first Jew named to an American national ticket.

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239. Ted Kennedy got his son Patrick and nephew William Kennedy Smith to accompany him.

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240. Jeff Sessions is skeptical of the scientific consensus on climate change.

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241. Senator Joe Lieberman served 24 years in the US Senate, retiring in January 2013.

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242. Joseph Isadore Lieberman defeated moderate Republican Lowell Weicker in 1988 to win election to the US Senate, and was re-elected in 1994 and 2000.

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243. Susan Collins was awarded the US Chamber of Commerce's 2013 Spirit of Enterprise Award for her support of the Chamber's positions in the Senate.

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244. In early September 2015, Joseph Isadore Lieberman attended a rally outside the office of New York Senator Kirsten Gillibrand held in the hopes that such a protest would lead the senator to retract her support for the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action.

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245. Rand Paul appeared on "Face the Nation" before Cheney where he applauded Trump's decision to remove troops from Syria and Afghanistan.

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246. Ben Sasse graduated from Fremont Senior High School, Fremont, Nebraska in 1990 and was valedictorian of his class.

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247. Orrin Hatch took to social media to post a photo of himself and his Eliane, carrying a balloon that read "60".

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248. Senator Joe Lieberman actively oversaw the government response to the H1N1 influenza pandemic and held four hearings on the subject in 2009, including one in Connecticut.

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249. In late November 1989, Ted Kennedy traveled to see first-hand the newly fallen Berlin Wall; he spoke at John-F.

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250. US Attorney General Jeff Sessions rejected criticisms of successful circuit court nominee Dennis Shedd's record, saying he "should have been commended for the rulings he has made".

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251. Orrin Hatch proposed the DREAM Act, which would provide a pathway to citizenship for the children of undocumented immigrants, who were children when their parents came to the United States.

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252. Rand Paul volunteered for his father's presidential campaign in 1988.

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253. Jeff Sessions has a long history of hating the plant, and the hits kept coming during his short time as AG.

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254. Jeff Sessions leaves a dark mark on the Justice Department.

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255. Ted Stevens advocated the creation of the Congressionally Directed Medical Research Program for Prostate Cancer at the Department of Defense, which has funded nearly $750 million for prostate cancer research.

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256. On January 13, 2003, Senator Joe Lieberman announced his intention to seek the Democratic nomination as a candidate in the 2004 presidential election.

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257. Rand Paul brushed aside concern that Trump often lobs personal insults, saying it was up to Trump to police himself.

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258. Joe Lieberman resigned from Congress in 2013, after which he went back into law.

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259. Jeff Sessions served as a Sunday School teacher before he became Attorney General.

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260. Rand Paul worked for Downing for about five years before parting ways.

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261. Chuck Grassley has not missed a roll call vote since 1993, when he was touring Iowa with President Bill Clinton to survey flood damage.

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262. Joe Lieberman was the first observant Jew to run on a major party Presidential ticket.

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263. In 1952, Ted Kennedy enrolled again at Harvard and was accepted.

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264. Harry Reid began his public career as the city attorney for Henderson, Nevada, before winning election to the Nevada Assembly in 1968.

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265. In 1981, Chuck Grassley began working as the senior United States Senator from Iowa.

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266. Susan Collins introduced a bill in June 2013 that would define a "full-time employee" as someone who works for 40 hours per week.

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267. Ted Kennedy died of the disease at age 77 on August 25, 2009, at the Kennedy Compound in Hyannis Port, Massachusetts.

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268. Susan Collins had the best fundraising quarter of her career after she delivered a pivotal vote that helped seat Brett Kavanaugh on the US Supreme Court.

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269. Orrin Hatch ranked as the 49th most wealthy senator in 2012.

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270. In June 2014, Jeff Sessions was one of three senators to vote against additional funding for the VA medical system.

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271. In 1965, they married while Joe Lieberman was studying at law school.

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272. US Attorney General Jeff Sessions is a Sunday school teacher at the Ashland Place United Methodist Church in Mobile, where he and his wife are members.

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273. Rand Paul answered that he was "quite happy" with the response.

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274. Chuck Grassley has, as of July 2012, cast almost 11,000 votes and had at that time only missed 35 votes in his Senate career.

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275. Rand Paul is spending much of his time on Wednesday pushing back against Mitt Romney, tweeting a defense in the morning, then holding the conference call and planning to appear on national TV.

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276. On May 15, 2013, Harry Reid revealed to reporters that his niece is a lesbian as he spoke about his hope that the Employment Non-Discrimination Act would be signed into law.

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277. Orrin Hatch took to social media to post a photo of himself and his Eliane, carrying a balloon that read "60".

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278. Ben Sasse assumed office as a United States senator on January 3, 2015.

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279. Jeff Sessions was pursuing his bachelor's degree there while serving as the student body president of the Young Republicans.

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280. Harry Reid thought if Biden did get into the race he would have a chance at winning.

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281. Orrin Hatch started his career in the Senate in 1976, when Gerald.

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282. Orrin Hatch was the main author of the Religious Land Use and Institutionalized Persons Act, which protected all religions' right to build church facilities on private property.

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283. In 2016, Joe Lieberman joined the Muslim-Jewish Advisory Council, an organization founded to address anti-Muslim and anti-Jewish bigotry in the United States.

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284. Orrin Hatch is a founder and co-chair of the Federalist Society, a conservative organization of lawyers.

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285. US Attorney General Jeff Sessions opposed the bill due to cost concerns and indicated that Congress should instead focus on "reforms and solutions that improve the quality of service and the effectiveness that is delivered".

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286. On March 27, 2015, Harry Reid uploaded a video to his YouTube account announcing that he would not seek re-election in November 2016.

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287. In May 2017, Jeff Sessions offered to resign after receiving criticism from Trump, but Trump did not accept the resignation.

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288. Joe Lieberman was an integral part in attempting to stop WikiLeaks from publishing further material using US-based corporations in the United States diplomatic cables leak of 2010.

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289. On January 13, 2003, Joseph Isadore Lieberman announced his intention to seek the Democratic nomination as a candidate in the 2004 presidential election.

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290. Rand Paul positioned himself as being on the side of liberty, with Clinton standing for big government bureaucracy.

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291. Joe Lieberman was the first Jewish candidate on a major political party ticket.

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292. On January 4, 2018, Jeff Sessions rescinded the Cole Memorandum, which had prevented federal prosecutors from bringing charges against state legalized marijuana use.

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293. In 1994, Senator Joe Lieberman made history by winning by the largest landslide ever in a Connecticut Senate race, drawing 67 percent of the vote and beating his opponent by more than 350,000 votes.

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294. Chuck Grassley graduated from New Hampton High School and then went on to work as a secretary at a packing company in Waterloo, Iowa.

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295. On November 8, 1988, Orrin Hatch won re-election to the United States Senate.

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296. Chuck Grassley explained that his request was not done on Flynn's behalf, nor on the FBI's.

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297. Rand Paul is an ophthalmologist, but he is not the only doctor in his family.

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298. Rand Paul began practicing ophthalmology in 1993 in Bowling Green, Kentucky, and established his own clinic in December 2007.

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299. In 2000, Senator Joe Lieberman was the first Democratic vice presidential nominee and the first Jewish candidate on a major party presidential ticket.

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300. Orrin Hatch voted with 51 Republicans and four Democrats to proceed to the measure of disapproval.

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301. Rand Paul suspended his campaign in February 2016, after finishing in fifth place out of 12 Republican candidates at the Iowa caucuses.

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302. Rand Paul worried that weapons the US gave to Libyan rebels in 2011 to topple dictator Moammar Gadhafi could end up being used by terrorists.

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303. On December 21, 2017, US Attorney General Jeff Sessions rescinded 200 pages of guidance documents.

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304. Ben Sasse is a first-term Republican senator from Nebraska who was elected to succeed Republican Mike Johanns on November 4, 2014.

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305. US Attorney General Jeff Sessions rejected reports he had met with Russian Ambassador Kislyak during Trump's April 2016 speech at the Mayflower Hotel in Washington, DC, testifying that he did not remember any "brief interaction" he may have had with the ambassador.

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306. Jeff Sessions attended the University of Alabama School of Law and graduated with a Juris Doctor in 1973.

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307. In 2014, Jeff Sessions was uncontested in the Republican primary and was only opposed in the general election by write-in Democratic candidate Victor Sanchez Williams.

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308. Rand Paul voiced opposition to US intervention in the Libyan Civil War and has criticized President Obama for not gaining congressional consent for Operation Odyssey Dawn.

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309. Chuck Grassley paid his congressional staff a total of $2,621,953 in 2011.

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310. In December 2018, Susan Collins criticized the decision by a judge to overturn the Affordable Care Act.

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311. Orrin Hatch voted in favor of the Housing and Economic Recovery Act of 2008.

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312. On July 17, 2018, Joe Lieberman published an opinion piece in The Wall Street Journal imploring people to vote for Joe Crowley, who was defeated in the Democratic primary by Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.

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313. On May 17, 2017, Joe Lieberman was interviewed by President Donald Trump for the position of FBI Director, to replace recently fired James Comey.

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314. Senator Ted Kennedy was visiting Edgartown to participate in the annual Edgartown Regatta, as he had done for the past 30 years.

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315. Harry Reid lost by fewer than 700 votes to former governor Paul Laxalt.

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316. Rand Paul urged that the United States impose economic sanctions on Russia and resume an effort to build defensive anti-missile installations in Poland and the