1953 – Born on the 9th of July in Midland, Michigan, to Norma L. Nehil and Robert D. Camp. American politician.
1971 – He graduated from H.H. Dow High School.
1973 – Graduated from University of Sussex in England with a degree of Bachelor of Arts.
1975 – Earned a Doctor of Law degree from University of San Diego School of Law.
1978 – Earned J.D. from the University of San Diego School of Law.
1980 – Served as Special Assistant attorney General, and Michigan state attorney General.
1984-1987 – Served on the staff of U.S. Representative Bill Schuette of Michigan.
1989 – He served one term in the Michigan state house of representatives.
1990 – Elected as a Republican from Michigan’s 10th congressional district to the 102nd Congress.
1996 – Camp first made his mark by playing a crucial role in the passage of the historic welfare reform legislation.
2000 – He was a co-sponsor of the Intercountry Adoption Act.
2004 – In the November general election, he defeated Democratic candidate Mike Huckleberry.