Republican politician who became a U.S. senator from Nevada in 2011 after offering as an associate from the U.S. Home of Reps for four years. He gained his bachelor of business administration through the USC Marshall College of Business in 1985 before functioning as an institutional stockbroker, so that as a broker/investor for the Pacific STOCK MARKET. In 2013, he transformed his placement and voted for the Work nondiscrimination Work, which prohibited work discrimination based on sexual orientation. He previously four children along with his wife Lynne. He became a prominent Mormon politician like Mitt Romney.