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Bob Corker

Bob Corker
Personal data
Date of birthAugust 24, 1952(age 62)
Place of birthOrangeburg, South Carolina
Political partyRepublican
ChildrenJulia, Emily
ResidenceChattanooga, Tennessee
Alma materUniversity of Tennessee (B.S.)
ProfessionConstruction executive
Real-estate magnate
Mayor of Chattanooga
Assumed officeJanuary 3, 2007
Serving with Lamar Alexander
Preceded byBill Frist
71st Mayor of Chattanooga, Tennessee
In office2001 - 2005
Succeeded byRon Littlefield
Preceded byJon Kinsey

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Robert Phillips "Bob" Corker, Jr. (born August 24, 1952) is the junior United States Senator from Tennessee. Before his election to the Senate in 2006, he served as mayor of Chattanooga, Tennessee from 2001 to 2005. Corker was a successful businessman prior to holding public office.

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Friday Iran Talking Points - (blog) Tweet this news (blog)--One of the mailings raised the question: “'Why did Senator -Bob Corker- vote in committee to put Russia's military interests ahead of our own? ... - Date : Fri, 05 Nov 2010 18:31:25 GMT+00:00
Corker to hold town hall on debt crisis Thursday at Union University - Jackson Sun Tweet this news
Jackson Sun---Bob Corker-, R-Tenn., will hold a town hall meeting Thursday in Jackson to address America's debt crisis, according to a news release. ... - Date : Wed, 03 Nov 2010 19:09:58 GMT+00:00
Bob Corker and the Tea Party - Memphis Daily News (blog) Tweet this news
Memphis Daily News (blog)--The Huffington Post reported the day after Tuesday's midterms that Tennessee Senator -Bob Corker- is supposedly among a group of Republicans in the ... - Date : Fri, 05 Nov 2010 04:33:46 GMT+00:00
Corker warns of debt: Senator holds town hall at Union University - Jackson Sun Tweet this news
Jackson Sun---Bob Corker- says. Corker, R-Tenn., visited Jackson on Thursday to speak about the American debt crisis, which he says must get under control before the ... - Date : Fri, 05 Nov 2010 14:26:59 GMT+00:00
Corker to be guest speaker at Vets Day program - Crossville Chronicle Tweet this news
Crossville Chronicle---Bob Corker- (R-TN) will be the keynote speaker at this year's Veterans Day observance on Nov. 11 at the Cumberland County Veterans Memorial Park, ... - Date : Fri, 05 Nov 2010 20:07:54 GMT+00:00
Corker Congratulates Haslam, Other Winners of Tuesday Elections - (press release) Tweet this news (press release) - Nov 03,2010 - WASHINGTON - US Senator -Bob Corker-, R-Tenn., made the following statement congratulating Governor-elect Bill Haslam and ... - Date : Thu, 04 Nov 2010 02:17:18 GMT+00:00
Tennessee's Bob Corker to vote against Elana Kagan's nomination to Supreme Court - WREG Tweet this news
WREG---Bob Corker- says he will vote against Elana Kagan's nomination to the US Supreme Court. The Tennessee senator said in a news release Friday that her actions ... - Date : Fri, 30 Jul 2010 21:39:36 GMT+00:00
Haslam Wins GOP Nomination In Tennessee - National Journal (blog) Tweet this news
National Journal (blog)--Lamar Alexander (a former GOV) and -Bob Corker-, along with former Sen. Howard Baker as candidates who won primaries running as moderates.--- - Date : Fri, 06 Aug 2010 01:19:27 GMT+00:00
Corker estimates higher cost range for UPF - Knoxville News Sentinel Tweet this news
Knoxville News Sentinel---Bob Corker- during the kickoff of Y-12's United Way campaign on Monday at the Y-12 National Security Complex. OAK RIDGE US Sen. -Bob Corker-, R-Tenn., ... - Date : Tue, 27 Jul 2010 02:40:13 GMT+00:00
Corker Keynotes Chamber Annual Meeting In August - The Chattanoogan Tweet this news
The Chattanoogan--Senator -Bob Corker- will be the featured speaker at the Chattanooga Area Chamber of Commerce Annual Meeting on Aug. 18. The luncheon address marks Sen. ... - Date : Fri, 30 Jul 2010 22:53:32 GMT+00:00

Political offices
Preceded by
Jon Kinsey
Mayor of Chattanooga
Succeeded by
Ron Littlefield
United States Senate
Preceded by
Bill Frist
United States Senator from Tennessee
Served alongside: Lamar Alexander

2007 - present
Succeeded by
United States order of precedence

Chairpersons (Democratic)
Blanche Lincoln (Arkansas) - Agriculture, Nutrition and Forestry
Daniel Inouye (Hawaii) - Appropriations
Carl Levin (Michigan) - Armed Services
Chris Dodd (Connecticut) - Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs
Kent Conrad (North Dakota) - Budget
Jay Rockefeller (West Virginia) - Commerce, Science and Transportation
Jeff Bingaman (New Mexico) - Energy and Natural Resources
Barbara Boxer (California) - Environment and Public Works
Max Baucus (Montana) - Finance
John Kerry (Massachusetts) - Foreign Relations
Tom Harkin (Iowa) - Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions
Joe Lieberman (Connecticut) - Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs
Byron Dorgan (North Dakota) - Indian Affairs
Patrick Leahy (Vermont) - Judiciary
Chuck Schumer (New York) - Rules and Administration
Mary Landrieu (Louisiana) - Small Business and Entrepreneurship
Daniel Akaka (Hawaii) - Veterans' Affairs
Barbara Boxer (California) - Ethics (Select)
Dianne Feinstein (California) - Intelligence (Select)
Herb Kohl (Wisconsin) - Aging (Special) |col2header=Ranking Members (Republican)
Ranking Members (Republican)
Saxby Chambliss (Georgia) - Agriculture, Nutrition and Forestry
Thad Cochran (Mississippi) - Appropriations
John McCain (Arizona) - Armed Services
Richard Shelby (Alabama) - Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs
Judd Gregg (New Hampshire) - Budget
Kay Bailey Hutchison (Texas) - Commerce, Science and Transportation
Lisa Murkowski (Alaska) - Energy and Natural Resources
Jim Inhofe (Oklahoma) - Environment and Public Works
Chuck Grassley (Iowa) - Finance
Richard Lugar (Indiana) - Foreign Relations
Mike Enzi (Wyoming) - Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions
Susan Collins (Maine) - Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs
John Barrasso (Wyoming) - Indian Affairs
Jeff Sessions (Alabama) - Judiciary
Bob Bennett (Utah) - Rules and Administration
Olympia Snowe (Maine) - Small Business and Entrepreneurship
Richard Burr (North Carolina) - Veterans' Affairs
Johnny Isakson (Georgia) - Ethics (Select)
Kit Bond (Missouri) - Intelligence (Select)
Bob Corker (Tennessee) - Aging (Special)

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