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(Democrats Byron L. Dorgan and Kent Conrad, who recently held both North Dakota Senate seats, did the same thing.) The two final states, ... Democrats didn't take away a single Republican seat in 1994 or 2010, and the GOP didn't swipe a single Democratic Senate seat in 2006. But none of those years ...
Asked by Senator Kent Conrad (D-ND) whether the sale was “in the public interest,” Cason replied: “I think it is in the public interest to assure that we ... Dutch Shell after leaving office in 2006, now runs her own consulting firm—Norton Regulatory Strategies—and works closely with the oil and gas industry.

He's a former senior adviser to former Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid and also worked on the 2006 campaign of Sen. Bob Casey (D-Pa.) ... Kent Conrad's office. ... Ballard, of course, was a top fundraiser for President Donald Trump during the campaign and opened a Washington office after the election.
By the time lawmakers sat down to hammer out the details in 2006, the PBGC was reeling after absorbing nine of the 10 largest pension plan claims in the five-year period preceding the act's passage. The size of those claims sparked concerns about the agency's solvency as well as about how to protect ...
... Democratic Sens. Kent Conrad and Byron Dorgan, who both spent a night at home at the request of Senate Democratic Leader Harry Reid's office, said it felt odd missing the president's speech. “Sitting in that chamber is quite extraordinary,” said Dorgan, who served as a designated survivor in 2006.
A separate letter deeming the extension of the ethanol subsidies “fiscally irresponsible and environmentally unwise” was also recently produced by a different bipartisan group of senators. Major ethanol-supporting interests, however, doled out only scant amounts of campaign money in the last six years to ...

In 2001 the staff of the senate rules Committee called Kent Conrad's office with a complaint—and a solution. The North Dakota Democrat was using more charts than all the other Senators combined, so to free printing time for others, they gave him his own equipment. Last month during his 37-minute ...
WASHINGTON (CNN) -- Judge Samuel Alito stands just one step away from a lifetime appointment to the U.S. Supreme Court after a spirited ninth-inning campaign by some Democratic senators to block his nomination fizzled Monday evening. The final vote on Alito's nomination is now scheduled for ...
Klobuchar was supposed to join Peterson for a flight during the 2006 campaign season, but she was advised not to because of bad weather that day. Not all of Klobuchar's time was spent working on legislative issues as she began her term. A former Hennepin County attorney, Klobuchar rubbed elbows ...
BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — North Dakota U.S. Rep. Kevin Cramer says he won't run for U.S. Senate. The 56-year-old Republican, who had been widely seen as the GOP's best chance to unseat Democratic Sen. Heidi Heitkamp, announced Thursday that he will seek another House term instead. Cramer ...
Ronald Reagan talked about it during his campaign for the presidency in 1980. Bush Senior was the ... Kent Conrad is hardly less vocal. Nor is Earl ... In 2006, Dorgan publishes a book called "Take this Job and Ship It." The subtitle is "How corporate greed and brain-dead politics are selling out America.".
Asked by Senator Kent Conrad (D-ND) whether the sale was “in the public interest,” Cason replied: “I think it is in the public interest to assure that we ... Dutch Shell after leaving office in 2006, now runs her own consulting firm—Norton Regulatory Strategies—and works closely with the oil and gas industry.
He's a former senior adviser to former Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid and also worked on the 2006 campaign of Sen. Bob Casey (D-Pa.) ... Kent Conrad's office. ... Ballard, of course, was a top fundraiser for President Donald Trump during the campaign and opened a Washington office after the election.
That has changed, thanks to the polarized partisan patterns that have prevailed (except for a 2006-08 lurch toward the Democrats) since the ... Democratic Majority Leader Harry Reid changed Senate rules and clamped down on colleagues inclined to bipartisanship, like Kent Conrad and Ron Wyden.
The Conrad 30 program was instituted by Senator Kent Conrad of North Dakota in 1994, looking to address growing shortages of physicians in America, especially in rural communities. By 2006, it had grown tremendously, with the number of waivers from states rising from 89 in 1995 to more than 1,000 per ...
By the time lawmakers sat down to hammer out the details in 2006, the PBGC was reeling after absorbing nine of the 10 largest pension plan claims in the five-year period preceding the act's passage. The size of those claims sparked concerns about the agency's solvency as well as about how to protect ...
... Democratic Sens. Kent Conrad and Byron Dorgan, who both spent a night at home at the request of Senate Democratic Leader Harry Reid's office, said it felt odd missing the president's speech. “Sitting in that chamber is quite extraordinary,” said Dorgan, who served as a designated survivor in 2006.

John McCain's 2008 presidential campaign; former White House deputy press secretary Jamie Smith; and former Sens. Judd Gregg, R-N.H., and Kent Conrad, D-N.D. Edelman is known for its at-times controversial tactics. In 2006, the firm was forced to apologize for creating a misleading grassroots ...
Gaylord Kent Conrad was born on March 12, 1948, in Bismarck, N.D., to Gaylord and Abigail Conrad. When Conrad was five ... Conrad worked for Democrat Byron Dorgan's unsuccessful House campaign in 1974. 4. ... In 2006, Time magazine nicknamed him "The Statistician" for his fiscal savvy. 9. Conrad ...
A separate letter deeming the extension of the ethanol subsidies “fiscally irresponsible and environmentally unwise” was also recently produced by a different bipartisan group of senators. Major ethanol-supporting interests, however, doled out only scant amounts of campaign money in the last six years to ...
In 2001 the staff of the senate rules Committee called Kent Conrad's office with a complaint—and a solution. The North Dakota Democrat was using more charts than all the other Senators combined, so to free printing time for others, they gave him his own equipment. Last month during his 37-minute ...
WASHINGTON (CNN) -- Judge Samuel Alito stands just one step away from a lifetime appointment to the U.S. Supreme Court after a spirited ninth-inning campaign by some Democratic senators to block his nomination fizzled Monday evening. The final vote on Alito's nomination is now scheduled for ...
... a former senior adviser to former Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid and also worked on the 2006 campaign of Sen. ... Kent Conrad's office.
... for a 2006-08 lurch toward the Democrats) since the mid-1990s. ... down on colleagues inclined to bipartisanship, like Kent Conrad and Ron ...
... gaining control of the chamber for the first time since 2006. .... Two members of the Senate Ag Committee, Kent Conrad, D-ND, and ..... in a drought and members wanted to go home to campaign for the November elections.
One time I lost, because Kent Conrad changed his vote, and I went to ... I think among his campaign team and consultants and friends, one of ...
By the time lawmakers sat down to hammer out the details in 2006, the PBGC was reeling after absorbing nine of the 10 largest pension plan ...
Campaign finance experts told The Intercept they do not believe the ... his firm, the Cohen Group), Kent Conrad ($250), and Evan Bayh ($2,000), ... The Kathleen Matthews for Congress campaign did not respond to a request for comment. ..... Lloyd Blankfein, who ascended to chairman and CEO in in 2006, ...
Schumer built the foundation of his clout by chairing the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee in 2006 and 2008. ... Kent Conrad (D-N.
The agency was behind an award-winning public affairs campaign ... H., and Kent Conrad, D-N.D. Edelman is known for its at-times controversial tactics. In 2006, the firm was forced to apologize for creating a misleading ...
In 2013, a number told Politico that they saw DeMint as the force behind the lobbying campaigns of Heritage Action, the Heritage Foundation's ...
rounded out the top nine, taking $18,000 — $4,500 in campaign contributions and $13,500 for his leadership PAC. Sen. Kent Conrad (D-N.
She is back, and her retooled campaign has recast her as a moderate ... than in 2006, when her victory helped the Democratic Party sweep control of Congress.
Senate Budget Committee Chairman Kent Conrad (D-N. ... Ironically, Issa was the sole beneficiary of campaign cash from Mozilo during the ...
In 2001 the staff of the senate rules Committee called Kent Conrad's office with a complaint—and a solution. The North Dakota Democrat was ...
... after a spirited ninth-inning campaign by some Democratic senators to ... Dakota, Ben Nelson of Nebraska and Kent Conrad of North Dakota.
Obama pledged comprehensive immigration reform on the campaign trail. Yet, he could not get a final bill passed through both houses.
President Barack Obama and Sen. Harry Reid wave to the crowd after a speech outside Orr Middle School at a "Moving America Forward" rally in 2010.
... Mark Hatfield, Ron Wyden and Jeff Merkley of Oregon; Henry "Scoop" Jackson of Washington, Frank Church of Idaho, Lee Metcalf and Max Baucus of Montana, Jeff Bingaman of New Mexico, Kent Conrad of North Dakota, and Cory Booker of New Jersey.


 

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