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  1. Chandler refused to use his office to support Stevenson, Clements or Wetherby, and Republicans Dwight Eisenhower, John Sherman Cooper, and Thruston Ballard Morton won the presidential and the senatorial races in the state. In the 1959 gubernatorial primary, Chandler threw his support to Lieutenant Governor Harry Lee Waterfield.

  2. January 3, 1947: Proceedings of Congress were televised for the first time. March 12, 1947: In a Joint Session of Congress, President Truman proclaimed the Truman Doctrine.

  3. December 8 – Lorraine H. Morton, politician (died 2018) December 9 Bert J. Harris Jr., politician (died 2019) William Lipscomb, chemist, Nobel Prize laureate (died 2011) December 14 – Margie Stewart, model and actress (died 2012) December 15 – Max Yasgur, farmer (died 1973) December 21 Larry Eisenberg, writer (died 2018)

  4. George Lloyd Murphy (July 4, 1902 – May 3, 1992) was an American dancer, actor, and politician. Murphy was a song-and-dance leading man in many big-budget Hollywood musicals from 1930 to 1952.

  5. › wiki › Wendell_FordWendell Ford - Wikipedia

    Wendell Hampton Ford (September 8, 1924 – January 22, 2015) was an American politician from the Commonwealth of Kentucky.He served for twenty-four years in the U.S. Senate and was the 53rd Governor of Kentucky.

  6. The Republican National Chairman, Senator Thruston Ballard Morton of Kentucky, visited Key Biscayne, Florida, where Nixon had taken his family for a vacation, and pushed for a recount. Morton challenged the results in 11 states, [73] keeping challenges in the courts into mid-1961, but the only result of these challenges was the loss of Hawaii to Kennedy on a recount.

  7. Biographie Origine et formation. Rand Paul est le troisième enfant de Ron Paul et sa femme Carolyn. Son père est le candidat du Parti libertarien à l'élection présidentielle américaine de 1988, ainsi que l'un des élus du Texas à la Chambre des représentants des États-Unis, en poste de 1976 à 1977, 1979 à 1985 et 1997 à 2013.