Asked in Society and Civilization
How do you go from a registered Republican to an independent?
Depends on your state. how do you change from a registered republican to an independent in Arizona ...
Asked in US Government
Who are the Senators from the US?
Alabama: -Richard Shelby: Republican -Jeff Sessions: Republican Alaska: -Lisa Murkowski: Republican -Mark Begich: Democrat Arizona: -John McCain: Republican -Jon Kyl: Republican Arkansas: -Mark Pryor: Democrat -John Boozman: Republican California: -Dianne Feinstein: Democrat -Barbara Boxer: Democrat Colorado: -Mark Udall: Democrat -Michael Bennet: Democrat Connecticut: -Joe Liberman: Independent -Richard Blumenthal: Democrat Delaware: -Tom Carper: Democrat -Chris Coons: Democrat Florida: -Bill Nelson: Democrat -Marco Rubio: Republican Georgia: -Saxby Chambliss: Republican -Johnny Isakson: Republican Hawaii: -Daniel Inouye: Democrat -Daniel Akaka: Democrat Idaho: -Mike Crapo: Republican -Jim Risch: Republican Illinois: -Dick Durbin: Democrat -Mark Kirk: Republican Indiana: -Richard Lugar: Republican -Dan Coats: Republican Iowa: -Chuck Grassley: Republican -Tom Harkin: Democrat Kansas: -Pat Roberts: Republican -Jerry Moran: Republican Kentucky: -Mitch McConnell: Republican -Rand Paul: Republican Louisiana: -Mary Landrieu: Democrat -David Vitter: Republican Maine: -Olympia Snowe: Republican -Susan...
Asked in History of the United States, US Constitution, Political Office Holders, US Senators and Representatives
Who is the senator of the US?
At any given time, there are 100 U.S. senators (2 for each state), not just one. Currently, (as of May 2013) they are: Richard Shelby, Republican, Alabama Jeff Sessions, Republican, Alabama Lisa Murkowski, Republican, Alaska Mark Begich, Democrat, Alaska John McCain, Republican, Arizona Jeff Flake, Republican, Arizona Mark Pryor, Democrat, Arkansas John Boozman, Republican, Arkansas Dianne Feinstein, Democrat, California Barbara Boxer, Democrat, California Mark Udall, Democrat, Colorado Michael Bennet, Democrat, California Richard Blumenthal, Democrat, Connecticut Chris Murphy, Democrat, Connecticut Tom Carper, Democrat, Delaware Chris Coons, Democrat, Delaware Bill Nelson, Democrat, Florida Marco Rubio, Republican,...
Asked in US Constitution, Lawyers
Which us senators are lawyers?
For 11th Congress, here are the names, party affiliation and Law School of each member of the Senate who is an attorney: Lamar Alexander: Republican: New York University Max Baucus: Democrat:Stanford University Evan Bayh: Democrat: University of Virginia Michael Bennet: Democrat: Yale Jeff Bingaman: Democrat: Stanford University Kit Bond: Republican: University of Virginia Sam Brownbach: Republican: University of Kansas Roland Burris: Democrat: Howard University Robert Byrd: Democrat: American University Law School Ben Cardin: Democrat: University of Maryland Ben Casey: Democrat: Catholic University Saxby Chambliss: Republican: University of Tennessee Thad...
Asked in US Presidents, Barack Obama
Who ran against Obama in the presidential elections?
In 2008, his main opponent was US Senator John McCain, a Republican from Arizona. In 2012, his main opponent was former governor Mitt Romney, a Republican from Massachusetts. ...
Asked in US Constitution, Mormonism, US Congress
How many Mormons in congress?
Fifteen. Four Republican senators; two Democrat (including Majority Leader Harry Reid.) Six Republican reps; one Democrat; one from American Samoa with no party affiliation. The states they represent are Idaho, Nevada, New Mexico, Utah, Arizona, California. The previous congress also had LDS congressmen from Iowa and Oregon. ...
DeDee|Can I belong to the Arizona Registered Agents if my primary residence is in Anchorage AK?
no, in order to belong to the arizona registered agents your primary residence must be in arizona. ...
Asked in History, Politics & Society, US Governors
If the governor of Arizona dies who takes her place?
The Secretary of State assumes the power of the Governor when the current Governor dies, resigns, or leaves office for other reasons. The current Secretary of State in Arizona is Jan Brewer, a Republican. The current Governor of Arizona is Janet Napolitano, a Democrat, who is currently being considered to become part of President-Elect Obama's cabinet. ...
Asked in US Presidents, History
What US state has voted Republican the most amount of times in the November election for President?
Vermont has voted Republican in 33 of the 41 U. S. Presidential elections in which the Republican Party has had a nominee. That is more than any other state. With the exception of 1964, Vermont voted Republican in every presidential election from 1856, the first election that had a Republican nominee, to and including 1988. Five other states that were granted statehood after 1856 have voted Republican for president a higher percentage of times than Vermont's 80.5%. At the top of the list...
Asked in Arizona, Republican Party, Same-Sex Marriage
Does the state republican party platform for Arizona include marriage equality?
No. The current (2012) state Republican Party platform for Arizona supports limiting marriage to heterosexuals only. ...
Asked in History of the United States
Who was the Republican candidate for President in 1964?
The Republican candidate for President in 1964 was Barry Goldwater, senator from Arizona. Barry Goldwater ...
Asked in Elections and Voting
How many electoral votes did mccain win in 2008?
173. U.S. Senator John McCain (Republican from Arizona) received 45.7% of the popular vote, and was defeated by U.S. Senator Barack Obama (Democrat from Illinois), who received 52.9% of the popular vote and 365 electoral votes. ...