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  • As a first-term congressman, he initially said little, mostly following the administration's lead in supporting the continuing war effort.
  • Not every first-term Congressman can hope for intimacy with a Senator. Cited from A Gentleman from Mississippi, by Thomas A. Wise
  • He is also the second son of the three-term Congressman Plaridel M. Abaya.
  • It is currently represented by five-term congressman Adam Putnam.
  • The ridge was on a farm owned by Edward McPherson, whose political career had taken him to Washington as a two-term Congressman.
  • His son, Moses, later served in Maine government and as a two-term Congressman during the 1850s.
  • It was named for the first Governor of Indiana and a nine-term congressman, Jonathan Jennings.
  • He was a five-term congressman from Idaho and later chaired the Securities and Exchange Commission.
  • Seven-term Congressman Jerry Moran gave up the Big First seat to make a successful run for the United States Senate.
  • Despite being a first-term congressman, Bush was appointed to the powerful House Ways and Means Committee, where he voted to abolish the military draft.
  • His opponent was popular six-term congressman J. Proctor Knott.
  • McAllister announced on April 28, 2014 that he would not seek reelection, thus becoming a one-term congressman.
  • He was elected to a third term in 1970 defeating four-term Congressman Laurence J. Burton.
  • While the election was the closest for Pomeroy since 1994, Dorso was unable to defeat the four-term congressman.
  • Mr. Price, married to Anna Gay Price, was a four term Congressman from Louisiana who had Tennessee roots.
  • An eight-term congressman, he became speaker in January 2001 after the previous speaker, Jim Hohner of Illinois, resigned.
  • Time magazine identified 38-year-old second-term congressman Kemp as a future leader in its 1974 "Faces for the Future" feature.
  • The two-term congressman was narrowly re-elected after a challenge from Democrat, Al Ullman, who ultimately defeated him in the election of 1956.
  • After winning the general election against four-term Congressman Andrew Jacobs, Jr., he served only one term in the 93rd United States Congress.
  • Senate: Bob Dole experienced an extremely close race from challenger Democrat and two-term Congressman Bill Roy.
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