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- abbr. senate
- abbr. senator
- abbr. senior
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- abbr. Senator
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A Gettysburg moment would be a cheeky partisan equivalent to the Battle of Waterloo -- the moniker Sen. Jim DeMint R-S.C. famously applied to the actual debate over health care reform's passage.
On Tuesday, first-term Sen. Paul Gazelka, a Republican from Brainerd, said his mind has been changed over the past few days because of provisions included in bills for health and welfare programs and state government programs.
Five-term Sen. Jeff Bingaman is retiring in this Democratic-leaning swing state.
First-term Sen. Bob Corker (R-Tenn.), for instance, could become chairman or ranking member of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee if Sen. Richard Lugar (R-Ind.) doesn't return for another term (Lugar faces a primary challenge) and Corker wins a second term, as expected.
He calls Sen. Chuck Hagel, R-Neb., former Veterans Administration official he knows from the Agent Orange case.
JUDD GREGG TO GOLDMAN- Goldman announced Friday that it had named three-term Sen. Judd Gregg an international adviser to the bank.
Bennett, who is the son of four-term Sen. Wallace Bennett, was in tears as he answered questions during an emotional meeting with reporters.
In 2012, if Republicans look to also surf that wave, first-term Sen. Marco Rubio, a Cuban-American Republican from Florida, could be the next.
Democrats think that if six-term Sen. Dick Lugar R-Ind. loses his primary to state Treasurer
With four-term Sen. Herb Kohl retiring, the Wisconsin's Senate race is now a prime target for Republicans and presents a real opportunity for the GOP to pick up one of the four seats it needs to gain control of the Senate.