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  Kemp, Jack
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AffiliationRepublican  
<-  2000-01-01  
 
NameJack Kemp
Address
Hamburg, New York , United States
EmailNone
WebsiteNone
Born July 13, 1935
DiedMay 02, 2009 (73 years)
ContributorRalphie
Last ModifedRBH
Sep 26, 2018 01:45am
Tags Caucasian - Capitalist - Conservative - Internationalist - Pro Free Trade - Pro School Vouchers - Pro- gun - Pro-Bush Tax Cuts - Pro-Life - Pro-Missile Defense - Pro-Smaller Government - Pro-Social Security Privatization - Pro-Tort Reform - Married - Cancer - U.S. National Reserve - Freemason - Presbyterian - Straight -
InfoKEMP, Jack French, a Representative from New York; born in Los Angeles, Los Angeles County, Calif., July 13, 1935; B.A., Occidental College, Los Angeles, Calif., 1957; United States Army Reserve, 1958-1962 (active duty, 1958); professional football player, 1957-1970; special assistant to the Governor of California, 1967; staff, Republican National Committee, 1969; elected as a Republican to the Ninety-second and to the eight succeeding Congresses (January 3, 1971-January 3, 1989); was not a candidate for renomination to the One Hundred First Congress in 1988, but was an unsuccessful candidate for the Republican nomination for president of the United States; United States Secretary of Housing and Urban Development, 1989-1993; unsuccessful candidate for Vice President of the United States in 1996; is a resident of Hamburg, N.Y.

Career stats
Pittsburgh Steelers, 1957
Los Angeles Chargers, 1960
San Diego Chargers, 1961-1962
Buffalo Bills, 1962-1969

122 games played
1436 passes completed
3073 passes attempted
46.7 career completion percentage
21,218 pass yards
6.9 yards per attempt
114 touchdown passes
183 pass interceptions
57.3 career pass efficiency rating
356 rush attempts
1150 rush yards
3.2 yards per carry
40 rush touchdowns

Invited to the Pro Bowl seven times, once as a Charger in 1962, and six as a Bill in 1963, 1964, 1965, 1966, 1967, and 1970.

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NEWS
Date Category Headline Article Contributor
Oct 05, 2010 07:30am Investigation FBI pursued Jack Kemp gay rumors  Article Homegrown Democrat 
May 04, 2009 06:30am Opinion Loyal Maverick: Republicans need more like the late Jack Kemp  Article Jason 
May 02, 2009 09:10pm Obituary Jack Kemp, former quarterback and VP nominee, dies  Article Bob Sacamano 
Jan 07, 2009 11:00am News Jack Kemp, Former U.S. Vice Presidential Nominee, Has Cancer   Article The Sunset Provision 
Nov 12, 2008 10:00am Op-Ed by Candidate A Letter to my Grandchildren  Article Bob Sacamano 

DISCUSSION
Importance? 9.00000 Average

FAMILY

INFORMATION LINKS
1996 Republican National Convention Speech - Jack Kemp  Discuss
RACES
  08/12/2009 Presidential Medal of Freedom Recipient Won 6.25% (+0.00%)
  11/05/1996 US Vice President Lost 29.55% (-40.89%)
  07/25/1996 US Vice President - R Convention Won 100.00% (+100.00%)
  07/07/1996 US President - R Primaries Lost 0.00% (-58.82%)
  03/26/1996 US President - LBT Primaries Lost 0.04% (-51.35%)
  02/20/1996 NH US Vice President - R Primary Lost 3.90% (-21.90%)
  02/12/1989 Secretary of Housing & Urban Development Won 100.00% (+100.00%)
  11/07/1988 Dixville Notch NH US President Lost 2.63% (-86.84%)
  07/01/1988 US President - R Primaries Lost 2.72% (-65.18%)
  09/12/1987 Iowa GOP Presidential Straw Poll Lost 13.53% (-20.11%)
  11/04/1986 NY District 31 Won 57.46% (+15.49%)
  11/00/1986 House Republican Conference Chairman Won 100.00% (+100.00%)
  11/06/1984 NY District 31 Won 74.98% (+49.97%)
  11/00/1984 House Republican Conference Chairman Won 100.00% (+100.00%)
  08/23/1984 US Vice President - R Convention Lost 0.04% (-99.78%)
  11/02/1982 NY District 31 Won 75.27% (+50.55%)
  11/00/1982 House Republican Conference Chairman Won 100.00% (+100.00%)
  11/04/1980 NY District 38 Won 81.55% (+63.10%)
  11/00/1980 House Republican Conference Chairman Won 58.15% (+16.30%)
  07/17/1980 US Vice President - R Convention Lost 2.14% (-91.19%)
  02/26/1980 NH US Vice President - R Primary Lost 7.69% (-75.99%)
  11/07/1978 NY District 38 Won 94.84% (+89.67%)
  11/02/1976 NY District 38 Won 78.16% (+56.32%)
  11/05/1974 NY District 38 Won 72.14% (+44.28%)
  11/07/1972 NY District 38 Won 73.13% (+46.26%)
  11/03/1970 NY District 39 Won 51.61% (+3.21%)
SPECULATIVE, DID NOT RUN
  06/03/1980 US President - R Primaries Lost 0.00% (-59.79%)
ENDORSEMENTS
US President - R Primaries - Jun 03, 2008 R John McCain
CT US Senate - Nov 07, 2006 I Joe Lieberman
MI US Senate - R Primary - Aug 08, 2006 R Keith A. Butler
OH District 2 - Special R Primary - Jun 14, 2005 R Bob McEwen
GA - District 08 - R Runoff - Aug 10, 2004 R Dylan C. Glenn
US President - R Primaries - Jul 01, 2000 R George W. Bush
KS US Senate - Special R Primary - Aug 06, 1996 R Sam Brownback
NY US President - R Primary - Mar 07, 1996 R M.S. "Steve" Forbes
CA Proposition 187 - Illegal Aliens. Ineligibility for Public Services. Verification and Reporting. - Nov 08, 1994 NO No
NY Governor - Nov 06, 1990 R Herbert London
US President - R Convention - Jul 17, 1980 R Ronald Wilson Reagan