Johnny Isakson

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Johnny Isakson
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U.S. Senator from Georgia
From: January 3, 2005 – December 31, 2019
Predecessor Zell Miller
Successor Kelly Loeffler
Former U.S. Representative from Georgia's 6th District
From: February 23, 1999 – January 3, 2005
Predecessor Newt Gingrich
Successor Tom Price
Georgia Senate, 21st district
From: January 11, 1993 – January 6, 1997
Predecessor Bill English
Successor Robert Lamutt
Information
Party Republican
Spouse(s) Dianne Isakson
Religion Methodist[1]

Johnny Isakson, born December 28, 1944 (age 75), is a Republican United States Senator from Georgia. He is a member of six Senate committees that have jurisdiction over education, healthcare, transportation, environment, ports, foreign policy, veterans’ affairs, jobs and small businesses.

U.S. Senate

Impeachment coup against Donald Trump

While initially opposed to the impeachment coup against Donald Trump,[2] Isakson betrayed conservatives by later saying that Trump committed a "hard quid pro quo".[3] However, he retired from the Senate before the Senate impeachment vote, citing Parkinson's disease and other health issues.[4]

Political views

Mostly conservative throughout his tenure in Congress, Isakson has strongly opposed abortion, ObamaCare, and illegal immigration.[5]

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