Carnahan, Jean Anne Carpenter

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Born: Dec 20, 1933 AD
Currently alive, at 80 years of age.

Nationality: American
Categories: Politician


1933 - Jean Anne Carpenter Carnahan was born on December 20th in Washington, D.C. American politician.

1954 - Married to Mel Carnahan on June 12th.

1955 - Graduated with a B.A. in Business and Public Administration from George Washington University.

1993 - She became the First Lady of Missouri.

         - Appointed to fill the senatorial term of her late husband Mel Carnahan, who as a dead man still succeeded in defeating John Ashcroft for US Senate.

1998-2000 - Author of the books: If Walls Could Talk: The Story of Missouri's First Families, Christmas at the Mansion and Will You Say a Few Words?.

2001 - Served as U.S. Senator from Missouri.

2002 - She was closely defeated by Republican Jim Talent in the following special election.

2004 - Wrote her memoir, Don’t Let the Fire Go Out!.

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