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Ray LaHood
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    (December 6, 1945- )
    Born in Peoria, Illinois
    Republican Representative from Illinois' 18th Congressional District (1995-2008)
    Named United States Secretary of Transportation (2009)
    He famously presided over Bill Clinton's impeachment hearings.
    He firmly supported John McCain for President, then took a job in Obama's administration.
    He earned poor and mixed reviews from conservative fiscal groups, like the Club for Growth.
    Conservative commentator George F. Will blasted him in a Newsweek editorial.
    He was a moderate Republican while serving in the House of Representatives.
    He won a whopping 67% of the popular vote in his 2006 Congressional re-election bid.
    He was a good pick for Secretary of Transportation because he did a great deal of work on transportation and infrastructure while in Congress.
    He graduated Bradley University with an education degree.

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