|Listen To This Voice|
Site critical of Sen. Zell Miller's role at the 2004 GOP convention, showing Flash movie to compare his changing views. Sponsored by Georgia Democratic Party.
|New York Times: "The Business of Persuasion Thrives in Nation's Capital"|
In the 1990's, at least 22 percent of retiring lawmakers became lobbyists.
|Senator Baker, Howard --- Ambassador to Japan|
Former Senator Howard Baker began serving as the 26th (13th post-WWII) U.S. Ambassador to Japan on June 26, 2001. He is a former U.S. Senator from Tennessee, former Senate Majority Leader, and he is married to former Kansas Senator Nancy Landon Kassebaum Baker.
|Senator Boren, David --- President of University of Oklahoma|
Former Oklahoma Senator David L. Boren has served as President of the University of Oklahoma since 1994.
|Senator Braun, Carol Moseley --- Candidate for President of the U.S.|
Information about the 2004 presidential campaign of former Illinois Senator Carol Moseley Braun.
|Senator Dole, Bob --- The Official Bob Dole Website|
Official Bob Dole Website features Former Senate Majority Leader Robert Dole of Kansas describing his current work, biography, commentary, and the Dole Institute.
|Senator Glenn, John --- John Glenn Institute|
This is the official web site of the John Glenn Institute at Ohio State University, for public service and public policy.
|Senator Hart, Gary|
Former Colorado Senator Gary Hart on restoring the American Republic.
|Senator Kerrey, Bob --- President of New School University|
Former Nebraska Senator Bob Kerrey is President of New School University in New York City.
|Senator Mitchell, George --- Mitchell Institute|
Former Senate Majority Leader George Mitchell of Maine founded the Mitchell Institute, which provides scholarships to young people in Maine.