Rob Portman

Politician

Rob Portman was born in Cincinnati, Ohio, United States on December 19th, 1955 and is the Politician. At the age of 67, Rob Portman 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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Date of Birth
December 19, 1955
Nationality
United States
Place of Birth
Cincinnati, Ohio, United States
Age
67 years old
Zodiac Sign
Sagittarius
Profession
Advisor, Lawyer, Politician
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Dartmouth College (BA), University of Michigan (JD)
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Spouse(s)
Jane Dudley ​(m. 1986)​
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3
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Rob Portman Career

Portman graduated from Cincinnati Country Day School in 1974 and attended Dartmouth College, where he started leaning to the right, and majored in anthropology and earned a Bachelor of Arts in 1978. In Cincinnati, Portman worked on Bill Gradison's Congressional campaign, and Gradison soon became a mentor to Portman. Portman next entered the University of Michigan Law School, earning his Juris Doctor degree in 1984 and serving as vice president of the student senate. During law school, he embarked on a kayaking and hiking trip across China and met Jane Dudley, whom he married in 1986. After graduating from law school, Portman moved to Washington, D.C., where he worked for the law firm Patton Boggs. Some describe his role there as a lobbyist; others say that such a description is inaccurate. Portman next became an associate at Graydon Head & Ritchey LLP, a law firm in Cincinnati.

In 1989, Portman began his career in government as an associate White House Counsel under President George H. W. Bush. From 1989 to 1991, he served as Bush's deputy assistant and director of the White House Office of Legislative Affairs. While serving as White House counsel, Portman visited China, Egypt, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates.

Post-White House career

On November 8, 2007, Portman joined the law firm Squire Sanders as part of its transactional and international trade practice in Cincinnati, Ohio. His longtime chief of staff, Rob Lehman, also joined the firm as a lobbyist in its Washington, D.C. office. In 2007, Portman founded Ohio's Future P.A.C., a political action committee. In 2008, he was cited as a potential running mate for Republican presidential nominee John McCain. Portman remained critical of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009, passed while he was out of office.

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Election forecaster releases initial ratings for 2024 Senate races: Three tossups

www.dailymail.co.uk, January 24, 2023
Nonpartisan elections forecaster Cook Political Report released its initial predictions for the 2024 Senate battle, placing three members who caucus with Democrats in the 'toss-up' category. The Senate's powerful moderates of last Congress - Kyrsten Sinema, Ariz., and Joe Manchin, W.Va., now both find their 'toss-up' seats in jeopardy. Neither has yet announced a re-election bid. Democrats are anxiously awaiting Manchin's decision as he is likely the only one from their party who can win in red West Virginia. Sen. Sherrod Brown, a Democrat of Ohio, is running for reelection for his 'toss-up' seat. Ohio Democrats failed to secure a win in 2022 as retiring GOP Sen. Rob Portman was replaced by another Republican, Sen. J.D. Vance.

Immigration reform has ALREADY hit a wall: Republicans want security over DACA citizenship

www.dailymail.co.uk, December 6, 2022
While Democrats are eager to pass reform, Republicans brushed off the possibility of moving through immigration reform in the lame-duck session before the next Congress in January. Sen. Josh Hawley, R-Mo., told DailyMail.com he would do 'everything in his power' to stop immigration reform from making it through the Senate. 'There will not be immigration reform,' said Texas GOP Sen. John Cornyn. Sen. Rob Portman, another potential 'yes' vote told DailyMail.com he hadn't looked at the new framework but 'I support immigration reform, the border is obviously in crisis and needs to be tightened up.'

Gay Marriage bill heads to a final vote in Senate: 12 Republicans join Dems in vote to end debate

www.dailymail.co.uk, November 29, 2022
The Senate on Monday cleared the way for final passage of the same-sex marriage bill, voting 61-35 to end debate and add on a religious liberty amendment. Sixty-one senators voted to attach the amendment  to the Respect for Marriage Act, a House-passed bill that would enshrine same-sex marriage rights into law. The bill will now include language related to religious liberty and conscience protections and will explicitly ban polygamous marriage. Under the law, individuals or businesses would not legally be required to provide services for marriages or marriage celebrations if it violated their religious beliefs.
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