1. Senator Jon Kyl was once listed as a consideration for the role of Secretary of Defense under the Trump administration.
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6. Senator Jon Kyl earned bachelor's and law (1966) degrees from the University of Arizona, where he served as president of the Arizona Law Review.
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7. Senator Jon Kyl served in the US Senate for about four months in 2018, resigning Dec 31.
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10. Senator Jon Kyl had served in the Senate from 1994 to 2013 and served in the US House of Representatives from 1987 to 1995.
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12. Senator Jon Kyl represented Arizona in the US Senate for nearly two decades before beginning his career at Covington.
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13. On November 7, 2006, Senator Jon Kyl defeated real estate developer and former Arizona Democratic Party chairman Jim Pederson to win his third term in the Senate.
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14. In 2012, Senator Jon Kyl voted against ratification of the UN Treaty Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities.
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16. Senator Jon Kyl voted against the Affordable Care Act in December 2009, and he voted against the Health Care and Education Reconciliation Act of 2010.
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18. Senator Jon Kyl resigned from the Senate one minute before midnight on December 31, 2018, and will be succeeded by Martha McSally.
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21. Senator Jon Kyl is the only Arizona Republican to hold such a powerful leadership position.
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22. Senator Jon Kyl was elected by his fellow Senate Republicans to a succession of leadership posts: Policy Committee chairman, Conference chairman (2007), and most recently (in December 2007), Senate Minority Whip.
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26. Senator Jon Kyl is a member of the Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity, as is Governor Doug Ducey of Arizona.
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27. Senator Jon Kyl resigned from the Senate at the end of December 31, 2018, and was succeeded by Martha McSally, who was appointed to the seat.
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32. Senator Jon Kyl was elected to the US Senate in 1994 and continued to be re-elected by comfortable margins until his retirement in January 2013.
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34. Senator Jon Kyl was appointed to the Senate on September 5, 2018, succeeding the late John McCain.
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