Their names were Michael, John, Steven, and Susan. Ford served 25 years in Congress, winning the role of House Minority Leader in 1965. He won because he was well-liked and ideologically flexible. This was Ford’s working position until 1973 when Richard Nixo... ... middle of paper ... ...esmen in the Republican Party. In August 1999, President Bill Clinton, awarded Gerald Ford, the Presidential Medal of Freedom.
Richard Joseph Daley, the grandson of Irish immigrants, was born in the Bridgeport area of Chicago on May 15, 1902. He was graduated from De La Salle Institute in 1918 and worked in the stockyards for several years before studying law. While studying, he worked as a clerk in the Cook County Controller's office. In 1936 Daley married Eleanor Guilfoyle, and the couple had three daughters and four sons. One son, Richard M. Daley, served in the Illinois Senate and as Cook County state's attorney before being elected mayor of Chicago in 1989.
There he served as a police officer for six months before he was appointed as a special agent with the DEA. During his “25-year with the DEA he was advanced to the position of head of the DEA’s Arizona branch” (Wikipedia, 2014). In 1992, Arpaio successfully campaigned for the office of Maricopa County Sheriff. He was re-elected in “1996, 2000, 2004 and 2008, and is still currently the Sheriff at 77 years old” (Wikipedia, 2014). He married Eva in 1958, and they now have two children and four grandchildren (MCSO, 1893).
Brown then decided to go further in his study at Yale moreover starting studies at Harvard. He moved to Detroit in 1859 after he turned the age 23. Brown was admitted to the bar after he moved there. He decided to start practicing maritime law. Not even after the first year of his practices he was made Deputy United States Marshal in Detroit, Michigan.
His next education stop was Miami University which is in Oxford, Ohio. There he earned his bachelor degree and graduated in 1969. Following his schooling there he attended Ohio Northern University Law School where he graduated from in 1972. After college Mike DeWine accepted the job of Assistant Prosecuting Attorney for Greene County. He was only 25 and already on his way to the ... ... middle of paper ... ...th 2,028,960 votes compared to Ted Celeste's 1,140,534.
In 1977, Scalia returned to teaching after 6 months serving as the resident scholar at the American Enterprise Institute in DC. Him and his family picked up and moved again to Chicago, Illinois. While In Chicago, Scalia taught at the University of Chicago’s law school (he was also a visiting professor of law at his alma mater, Georgetown University, and also at Stanford University during that time) until President Ronald Reagan appointed him to the US Court of Appeals for the DC Circuit in 1982. Scalia took his oath of office on August 17 of that year. Four years after Scalia began working at the Court of Appeals, President Reagan then chose him to be an associate justice of the Supreme Court.
The district has an extremely high level of educated people, a low unemployment rate, and a low poverty level. It is very democrat, and has a found a representative they like in David Wu, now serving his fifth term for the district. Wu is active in the house, serving on many committees and subcommittees, and he has the distinction of being the only Chinese-American to ever serve in the U.S. House of Representatives. Under his service Oregon's 1st Congressional District has thrived economically, which he lists as one of his proudest accomplishments. Also, another one of his key objectives was education, the districts high school and even college graduation rate is astounding.
Prior to serving as the Chief Justice of the United States, Roberts served in many positions withing the legal field. Upon graduation for Harvard Law School he served as a law clerk for Judge Henry Friendly on the Second Circuit Court of Appeals. After about a year, he clerked for the future Chief Justice, William... ... middle of paper ... ...5. Web. 06 May 2014 "Chief Justice Nomination Announcement."
He took the place of Justice Sandra Day O'Connor. His political affiliation is Republican and was President George Bushs' second choice for this appointment. His career has led him into the positions of Assistant U.S. Attorney for New Jersey, Deputy Assistant to Attorney General Edwin Meese and U.S. Attorney for the District of New Jersey. He then served 15 years on the Third Circuit Court of Appeals before being nominated to the Supreme Court. He attended and graduated from Princeton University and Yale Law School.
His first political speech came in 1830 after he and his family moved to Illinois where they settled on undeclared land along the Sangamon River; he was in favor of improving navigation on this river. At age 24, Lincoln is elected to the Illinois General Assembly and begins his studies in law. Two years later he is re-elected to the Illinois Gen. Assembly and is now a leader of the Whig party. September 9th, 1836 Lincoln receives his law license and in June of 1840 he argues his first case before the Illinois Supreme Court.