Jeanne Shaheen


Jeanne Shaheen was born in St. Charles, Missouri, United States on January 28th, 1947 and is the Politician. At the age of 77, Jeanne Shaheen biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, and networth are available.

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January 28, 1947
United States
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St. Charles, Missouri, United States
77 years old
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Shippensburg University (BA), University of Mississippi (MSS)
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Bill Shaheen ​(m. 1972)​
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Jeanne Shaheen Life

Cynthia Jeanne Shaheen (née Bowers, 1947) is an American politician serving as the senior United States Senator from New Hampshire.

She is the first female U.S. senator and a member of the Democratic Party. Senator John Kerry was New Hampshire's first female governor and the first woman to be elected both Governor and a US senator. Senator in the United States' history. Shaheen was elected governor in 1996 and reelected in 1998 and 2000.

She ran unsuccessfully against Republican nominee John E. Sununu in the Senate in 2002.

She served as Director of the Harvard Institute of Politics before resigning to run for the Senate again in the 2008 election, defeating Sununu in a rematch.

She is the current dean of New Hampshire's legislative delegation. Shaheen became the first Democratic senator from New Hampshire after John A. Durkin, who was defeated in 1980.

She was the second Democrat from New Hampshire to be reelected to the Senate in 2014, and the first since Thomas J. McIntyre in 1972.


Jeanne Shaheen Career

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Jeanne Bowers was born in St. Charles, Missouri, the granddaughter of Belle Ernestine (Stillings) and Ivan E. Bowers. She is a 12th-generation descendant of the popular Native American Pocahontas. Bill Shaheen, her husband, is a Lebanese-American lawyer and judge. They have three children. She graduated from high school in Selinsgrove, Pennsylvania, and received a bachelor's degree in English from Shippensburg University of Pennsylvania as well as a master's degree in political science from the University of Mississippi. She taught high school in Mississippi and then migrated to New Hampshire in 1973, where she taught school and owned a store that sold used jewelry with her husband.

Early political career

She served on many campaigns, including Jimmy Carter's 1976 presidential campaign and as the New Hampshire campaign manager for Gary Hart in 1984, before running for office in 1990 in the state's 21st district. She was first elected governor of New Hampshire in 1996 and reelected in 1998 and 2000.

Shaheen was appointed head of Harvard's Institute of Politics in April 2005, replacing former U.S. Representative and Secretary of Agriculture Dan Glickman.


Senators take a midday break to don't wear protective eyewear and gaze at the solar eclipse engulfing the US Capitol into near-darkness while boasting about the 'first and final' eclipse committee meeting, April 8, 2024
Time seemed to have come to an end, and Capitol Hill's normal operation came to a halt as lawmakers, aides, and the public all slammed into the sun. The senators, who were largely divided by political party, were gathered together for an event that humankind has adored for millenniums - the solar eclipse. Hundreds of protesters gathered outside the Capitol, many with mouths agape, celebrating the rare celestial spectacle as the moon rotated into position.

Zelensky acknowledges 'slight disagreements' over cluster munitions and promises to limit their use, July 12, 2023
After France's announcement that long-range weapons will be provided, Zelensky wants the United States to produce long-range missiles capable of flying up to 190 miles. Washington has held back because fear of escalation, but it has responded with other needs, including M1-A1 tanks, as part of its estimated $40 billion in military assistance.

The Senate KILLS, DC, police bill that would minimize prison time for carjacking would be reduced, May 16, 2023
While D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser blames the increase in violent crime in the country's capital under her leadership, the Senate passed a bill that would reverse a radical D.C. policing rule, making it more difficult for law enforcement to follow the rule and throw criminals into jail. Democrats Joe Manchin, Jon Tester, Jeanne Shaheen, and Krysten Sinema, an Independent who votes with the Democrats, voted for the measure, which went from 56 to 43 on Tuesday afternoon. A rise in violent crime in recent months has resulted in an alarming number of carjacking cases. The rise includes a 13 percent rise in violent crime as well as a dramatic rise in murders and rapes.
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