Difference between revisions of "Chris Murphy"

From Conservapedia
Jump to: navigation, search
(update)
m
Line 1: Line 1:
 
[[Image:ChrisMurphy.jpg|thumb|right|250px]]
 
[[Image:ChrisMurphy.jpg|thumb|right|250px]]
'''Christopher Murphy''', born August 3, 1973 (age {{age|1973|8|3}}), is the junior [[United States Senator]] for [[Connecticut]]. He is a member of the [[Democratic Party]]. He previously served in the [[House of Representatives]] for Connecticut's fifth district.  He had endorsed Connecticut Senator [[Chris Dodd]] for President (along with all other [[Democratic]] Representatives in Connecticut.)  He entered the House in 2006 defeating [[Nancy Johnson]], and won relection in 2008.
+
'''Christopher Murphy''', born August 3, 1973 (age {{age|1973|8|3}}), is the junior [[United States Senator]] for [[Connecticut]]. He is a member of the [[Democratic Party]]. He previously served in the [[House of Representatives]] for Connecticut's fifth district.  He had endorsed Connecticut Senator [[Chris Dodd]] for President (along with all other [[Democratic]] Representatives in Connecticut.)  He entered the House in 2006, defeating Nancy Johnson, and won relection in 2008.
  
 
On November 6, 2012, Murphy was elected to the [[United States Senate]] for Connecticut to succeed retiring Senator [[Joe Lieberman]].
 
On November 6, 2012, Murphy was elected to the [[United States Senate]] for Connecticut to succeed retiring Senator [[Joe Lieberman]].

Revision as of 12:49, 15 January 2013

ChrisMurphy.jpg

Christopher Murphy, born August 3, 1973 (age 42), is the junior United States Senator for Connecticut. He is a member of the Democratic Party. He previously served in the House of Representatives for Connecticut's fifth district. He had endorsed Connecticut Senator Chris Dodd for President (along with all other Democratic Representatives in Connecticut.) He entered the House in 2006, defeating Nancy Johnson, and won relection in 2008.

On November 6, 2012, Murphy was elected to the United States Senate for Connecticut to succeed retiring Senator Joe Lieberman.