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ENG: Christopher Andrew "Chris" Coons (born September 9, 1963) is the junior United States senator from Delaware and a member of the Democratic Party. He won a special election in 2010 after Joe Biden resigned to become Vice-President .Previously, Coons was the county executive of New Castle County. Coons is the 1983 Truman Scholar from Delaware, and the first recipient of the award to serve in the United States Senate. Early life, education and carrer Coons grew up in Hockessin, Delaware. He graduated from the Tower Hill School and then Amherst College in 1985 with a B.A. in chemistry and political science. In 1983, Chris Coons was awarded the Truman Scholarship. During his junior year of college, Coons studied abroad at the University of Nairobi in Kenya. He earned graduate degrees ...
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Coons' first Senate speech focuses on manufacturing

Sen. Chris Coons delivered his first speech on the Senate floor Thursday, calling for a revitalized manufacturing industry to create modern, sustainable jobs. A new manufacturing agenda should focus on rewarding innovation and entrepreneurship while offering favorable tax and trade policies, the Delaware Democrat said. He pledged to help reinvigorate the Senate Manufacturing Caucus. "Advanced manufacturing businesses know that to achieve the quality and productivity they need, they must find a top-notch work force, modern infrastructure and a fair and predictable system of regulation," he ...

Coons’ aide is Provo’s new police chief

Provo • Rick Gregory, state director for Democratic U.S. Sen. Chris Coons of Delaware, said it was an easy choice to apply for the job of the city’s police chief. "My mother’s from Provo, my father’s buried just 20 minutes away, my grandmother lives 30 minutes away and I have lots of other family there," Gregory said in an interview from Delaware. And Mayor John R. Curtis said it was an easy decision to offer the job to Gregory. "[The committee reviewing the candidates] said we had seven great candidates, but picked one unanimously as head and shoulders above the ...

Un-bearded: Coons did not describe himself as a Marxist

After Politico reported that Chris Coons, the Democratic candidate for Senate running against Christine O'Donnell in Delaware, had written an opinion piece for his college newspaper titled "Chris Coons: The Making of a Bearded Marxist," right-wing media figures jumped on the story to attack Coons. What they failed to mention was that the title was a play off what Coons called a joke that his friends* made; the right wing gleefully and ludicrously declared that Coons had called himself a Marxist. The article behind the controversy is an opinion piece that Coons wrote over 20 years ago, which ...

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Delaware US Senate Candidate Chris Coons Proposes Lifetime Ban on Senator Turned Lobbyists
Chris Coons, New Castle County executive and candidate for Delaware’s open United States Senate seat, today announced his support of a bold plan to limit the revolving door of special interests in Washington, DC. Coons proposed a lifetime ban on members of the Senate from lobbying their former colleagues, and support for a 5 year lobbying ban on senior Senate staff. Coons believes that serving the American people in the U.S. Senate shouldn’t be rewarded with a quick payday from special interests and that jumping from government service to lobbying distorts the political process.
It’s not too much to ask
I wish this were a joke, but have you heard the one about billionaires and corporations using secret money and false attack ads to influence elections? This has been the approach extreme right-wing groups adopted since the Supreme Court’s ruling in Citizens United. See? This is no laughing matter.
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Secret Money
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