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'''Ron Johnson''' is an Oshkosh businessman and junior Republican United States Senator from [[Wisconsin]], after defeating incumbent Democrat [[Russ Feingold]] in the 2010 election. He was endorsed by the [[Tea Party Movement | Tea Party]] and the [[Senate Conservatives Fund]].
 
'''Ron Johnson''' is an Oshkosh businessman and junior Republican United States Senator from [[Wisconsin]], after defeating incumbent Democrat [[Russ Feingold]] in the 2010 election. He was endorsed by the [[Tea Party Movement | Tea Party]] and the [[Senate Conservatives Fund]].
  
Ron Johnson, who had never before held public office or even visited [[D.C.]], won by a remarkable margin of 51.9% to 47%.<ref>http://elections.nytimes.com/2010/results/senate</ref>
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Ron Johnson, who had never before held public office or even visited [[D.C.]], won by a remarkable margin of 51.9% to 47%.<ref>http://elections.nytimes.com/2010/results/senate</ref> However, his credentials are subject to question since he made statements wrongfully condemning [[Todd Akin]].  This statement earned him a place with the [[RINO backers]].
  
 
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Revision as of 14:25, 12 November 2012

Ron Johnson
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U.S. Senator from Wisconsin
From: January 5, 2011 - Present
Predecessor Russ Feingold
Successor Incumbent (no successor)
Information
Party Republican
Spouse(s) Jane Johnson
Religion Lutheran

Ron Johnson is an Oshkosh businessman and junior Republican United States Senator from Wisconsin, after defeating incumbent Democrat Russ Feingold in the 2010 election. He was endorsed by the Tea Party and the Senate Conservatives Fund.

Ron Johnson, who had never before held public office or even visited D.C., won by a remarkable margin of 51.9% to 47%.[1] However, his credentials are subject to question since he made statements wrongfully condemning Todd Akin. This statement earned him a place with the RINO backers.

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References

  1. http://elections.nytimes.com/2010/results/senate