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Jeanne Shaheen


Politician and Democrat who all became a US Senator from New Hampshire in 2008. She was also the very first girl elected to serve as Governor of New Hampshire, an workplace she kept from 1997 to 2003. She gained a Bachelor’s level in British from Shippensburg School of Pa. Though she compared same-sex relationship while she was governor she arrived to get it within the Senate. She’s three kids with her hubby BIll. She backed Al Gore within the 2000 Presidential Election.

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Full Name Jeanne Shaheen
Date Of Birth January 28, 1947
Place Of Birth Saint Charles, MO
Profession Politician
Education University of Mississippi, Shippensburg University of Pennsylvania
Nationality American
Spouse Bill Shaheen
Children Stefany Shaheen, Molly Shaheen, Stacey Shaheen
Parents Belle E. Bowers, Ivan E. Bowers
Star Sign Aquarius

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1United States Senator from New Hampshire, 2009-present. Previously served as Governor from 1997-2003, as is the first woman to have served as both a US Senator and a Governor.



The Gettysburg Address2017post-productionHerself
The Lead with Jake Tapper2017TV SeriesHerself
Hardball with Chris Matthews2009-2017TV SeriesHerself
For the Record2017TV SeriesHerself
CNN Newsroom2017TV SeriesHerself
Face the Nation2013TV SeriesHerself
Congressional Hearing on Sexual Assault in the Military2013TV SpecialHerself - Senator
Jansing & Co.2012TV SeriesHerself

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The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon2016TV SeriesHerself - Introducing Hillary Clinton
The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell2013TV SeriesHerself - U.S. Senator

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