Freshman Senator

Some articles on freshman senator, senators, senator, freshman:

Lyndon B. Johnson - Congressional Career - Senate - Freshman Senator
... his colleagues for his highly successful "courtships" of older senators, especially Senator Richard Russell, Democrat from Georgia, the leader of the Conservative coalition and arguably the most ...
Unicameral Youth Conference - Elected Members
... In the race for the Speaker, Senator John Holtz of Omaha and Senator Jordan Martin of Orchard ran against each other ... Senator Holtz boasted his third year here at the UYC while Senator Martin could only admit that this was his second term ... Following the election of the speaker, Senator Martin presided as the body proceeded to the election of the Appropriations chair ...
Studnet - Idiomatic Use
... Freshman" and "sophomore" are sometimes used figuratively, almost exclusively in the United States, to refer to a first or second effort ("the singer's sophomore ... words' broader meanings of "younger" and "older." A junior senator is therefore not one who is in a third term of office, but merely one who has not been in the Senate as long as the ... Confusingly, this means that it is possible to be both a "freshman Senator" and a "senior Senator" simultaneously for example, if a Senator wins election in 2008, and ...

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