Senator Jerry Moran's Public Statements


Full Name: Jerry Moran
Current Office: U.S. Senate - Jr, Republican
First Elected: 11/02/2010
Last Elected: 11/02/2010
Next Election: 2016
Gender: Male
Family: Wife: Robba; 2 Children: Kelsey, Alex
Birth Date: 05/29/1954
Birth Place: Great Bend, KS
Home City: Hays, KS
Religion: Methodist
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7/07/14 Kansas Common Sense - Celebrating Independence Day 6/05/14 D-Day 3/10/14 Letter to Chuck Hagel, Secretary of Defense - Asking Pentagon to Help Identify, Bring Home Remains of Sailors Killed at Pearl Harbor for Burial 2/06/14 Senator Blunt, Colleagues Work To Recognize America's Monuments Men 12/13/13 Sen. Jerry Moran Authors Senate Resolution Congratulating Sporting Kansas City on MLS Cup Win 5/28/13 Kansas Common Sense - McConnell AFB Remains Nation's Premiere "Super Tanker" Base 6/07/12 Agriculture Reform, Food, and Jobs Act of 2012--Motion to Proceed--Resumed 9/09/11 Moran's Memo: We Will Never Forget 7/14/11 Sens. Roberts and Moran Support Updates to Eisenhower Memorial to Feature Kansas Roots 6/30/11 Moran's Memo: The Fight for Independence 6/20/11 The Wichita Aero Club 6/07/11 Senators Recognize National Hunger Awareness Day 5/12/11 Israel's 63rd Independence Day 4/21/11 Sen. Moran Continues to Uphold Eisenhower Legacy 1/24/11 Honoring Martin Luther King Jr.'s Legacy 5/20/10 Moran Honors America's Five-Star Generals 4/12/10 This Week In Congress 6/05/09 Ike - An Exceptional Man For An Extraordinary Time 4/28/09 Supporting Financial Literacy Month 5/28/07 Ellinwood Memorial Day Ceremony 4/09/07 This Week in Congress, April 9, 2007 4/06/07 Moran Visits Africa to Study Hunger and Human Rights Issues 11/06/06 This Week in Congress (November 6, 2006) 2/08/06 Moran Introduced Legislation for Memorial Honoring Dwight D. Eisenhower in Washington, DC 3/10/05 Congratulating Pilot Steve Forssett and the Community of Salina, KS 9/22/04 Recognizing Outstanding Efforts of Individuals and Communities who Volunteered or Donated Items to North Platte Canteen During World War II 6/09/04 Mourning the Passing of President Ronal Reagan 5/14/04 Recognizing Chris Hauck, President and CEO of Sunflower Electric Power Corporation