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ENG: Andrew Lamar Alexander (born July 3, 1940) is the senior United States Senator from Tennessee and Conference Chair of the Republican Party. He was previously the 45th Governor of Tennessee from 1979 to 1987, United States Secretary of Education from 1991 to 1993 under President George H. W. Bush and candidate for the Republican Presidential nomination in 1996 and 2000. Early life Alexander was born in Maryville, Tennessee, where he was raised, to Genevra Floreine (née Rankin) and Andrew Lamar Alexander. In high school he was elected Governor of Tennessee Boys State. Alexander graduated with a B.A. from Vanderbilt University where he was a member of Phi Beta Kappa and Sigma Chi Fraternity in 1962 and from the New York University School of Law in 1965. After graduating ...
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Nissan turns over new Leaf to Sen. Lamar Alexander

Sen. Lamar Alexander wants to see half the nation's vehicles using electric power 20 years from now, and he's already putting his own money behind the vision. "If enough Americans bought electric cars and trucks, that would be the single best way to reduce our dependence on foreign oil," the Tennessee Republican said Monday. Alexander, one of the first consumers in the state to purchase a 2011 Nissan Leaf electric car, urged the use of electric-powered autos while picking up his new black, four-door hatchback at Twin City Nissan in Alcoa on Monday. "Plugging in my new Leaf will give me the ...

Lamar Alexander's New Try for the White House

After two failed tries for the presidency, is Tennessee Sen. Lamar Alexander ready to dust off his plaid shirt for another run? Washington's exclusive Alfalfa Club thinks so. The group of big shot politicians and Washingtonians, whose main purpose is to hold a late January joke-filled dinner and political roast, picked Alexander as their nominee for president at Saturday night's soiree. If the 2012 GOP presidential primary race needs a candidate with a sense of humor, then Alexander might seriously consider getting in because while Saturday night's event was off-the-record, his funny remarks ...

More Support for Arms Control Treaty

Senator Lamar Alexander, a top-ranking Republican leader, announced Tuesday morning that he would vote for President Obama’s arms control treaty with Russia, all but putting the pact over the top as it heads to a decisive vote later in the day. Mr. Alexander, who represents Tennessee and is chairman of the Republican Conference, said the treaty would not inhibit missile defense and that the United States would be left with enough nuclear firepower “to blow anyone to kingdom come.” He also welcomed Mr. Obama’s support for simultaneously modernizing the nuclear weapons ...

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Alexander: Energy & Water Appropriations Bill Spurs Energy Research, Supercomputing and Nuclear Waste Disposal
“Today’s vote is proof that the appropriations process is working. Sen. Feinstein and I have worked hard to create a bipartisan bill, and I look forward to the bill being considered by the full Appropriations Committee.”
Senate Health Committee-Passed Legislation to Spur Treatments and Cures for Zika Heads to President’s Desk
“This legislation will help us take important strides in finding a faster treatment or cure for the Zika virus that appears to be the cause of heartbreaking birth defects, and I thank Senators Franken, Nelson, Isakson and Brown for working in a bipartisan way to meet this urgent need."
Alexander Statement On Hankook’s Decision To Relocate North American Headquarters to Nashville
“Hankook’s decision to relocate its headquarters to Nashville is further proof that Tennessee, with its first-rate four-lane highway system, right-to-work law, and skilled workforce, is the right place for the auto industry. I congratulate Hankook Tire and Gov. Haslam on today’s great news for Nashville.”
Chairman Alexander: Already “Disturbing Evidence” that Education Department Is Ignoring the New Law
“I’ll use every power of Congress to make sure the law is implemented the way we wrote it, including our ability to use the appropriations process and to overturn such regulations once they are final.”

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