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Former United States Senator from Nevada, serving from 2001 until 2011.
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ENG: John Eric Ensign (born March 25, 1958) is a former United States Senator from Nevada, serving from January 2001 until he resigned amid an investigation of an ethics violation in May 2011. He is a member of the Republican Party and the former chairman of the Senate Republican Policy Committee. Early life Ensign was born in Roseville, California, to Sharon Lee Cipriani and a father whose surname was Mueller; his maternal grandfather was of Italian descent.Ensign says that he is one eighth (1/8) Filipino American,his Philippine-born paternal grandfather having been half-Filipino and half-German.Ensign's family moved to Nevada when he was a child. His mother remarried Michael S. Ensign, a gaming industry executive who subsequently became chairman of the board of directors of ...
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GOP may be setting its sights on Ensign‎


Suffering from the enervating ennui of postelection depression, I always find there is only one cure: Look ahead to the next one. No, I don’t mean the yawnfest to succeed Las Vegas Mayor Oscar Goodman — assuming he doesn’t barricade himself in his office (lifetime supply of Bombay Sapphire therein) to stay longer. I refer to Campaign 2012, which officially began one week ago, with Republicans salivating to build on legislative gains here and everywhere, and Democrats trying to find a way to hold off the GOP without the vote magnet named Harry Reid on the ballot. And ...


Nevada Sen. John Ensign says he will seek re-election


Nevada U.S. Senator John Ensign said Tuesday that he will seek re-election in 2012. The Republican, who faced criticism over an affair that came to light in early 2009, told reporters Tuesday that he will seek a third term. “Mainly what I’ve been focusing on is earning people’s trust back in Nevada, getting around the state and doing my job,” Mr. Ensign told POLITICO. The announcement likely is the result of internal polling by the Ensign camp that shows news of Mr. Ensign’s extramarital affair will have little negative impact on the Nevada ...


John Ensign signals support for repeal of 'Don't Ask, Don't


U.S. Sen. John Ensign visits ITT Technical Institute in Henderson on Aug. 31. Ensign has recently signaled he might support repealing a ban on gays serving openly in themilitary. Sen. John Ensign may be about to play a role he doesn’t take on too often in the Senate — the swing vote Democrats need to get a filibuster-proof majority. In a letter sent to constituents and obtained by the Washington Post, Ensign signaled that he supported a repeal of the "Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell" ban on gays serving openly in the military. “It is my firm belief that ...


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Ex-Aide to Senator Pleads Guilty in Scheme That Snared Only Him
Douglas Hampton pleaded guilty this week to illegally lobbying his former Senate boss, John Ensign, who resigned last year under threat of expulsion but has not been charged in the case.
Ex-Ensign Aide Pleads Guilty in Scheme That Snared Only Him
Douglas Hampton pleaded guilty this week to illegally lobbying his former Senate boss, John Ensign, who resigned last year under threat of expulsion but has not been charged in the case.
Edwards Case a Setback for Justice Dept. Unit
The mistrial in the John Edwards case was the second time this year that a highly visible prosecution by the public integrity section of the Justice Department has collapsed.
Another High-Profile Failure for a Justice Dept. Watchdog
The mistrial in the John Edwards case was the second time this year that a highly visible prosecution by the public integrity section of the Justice Department has collapsed.



 
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