Contact Lindsey Graham | Republican U.S. Senator from South Carolina

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Lindsey Graham Contact & Bio Information

Lindsey Graham
Born 07/09/1955 (Age 65)
Religion:Southern Baptist
Contact Senator Lindsey Graham (R) by email address, mailing address, South Carolina & DC office phone numbers, official website, and Facebook, Twitter & YouTube:
DC Phone Number: 202-224-5972
Government Website: lgraham.senate.gov
Official Website: lindseygraham.com

Lindsey Graham Congress Details

Years in Congress: 01/03/1995 - Present
Committees On: Appropriations, Armed Services, Budget & Judiciary

Lindsey Graham History

U.S. Senator from South Carolina (01/03/2003 - Present)
U.S. Representative from South Carolina (01/03/1995 - 01/02/2003)
South Carolina State Representative (01/03/1993 - 01/02/1995)
College Attended: South Carolina ('81, '77)
Degrees Earned: J.D. (Law) Law (81) & Bachelors Degree Psychology (77)
Prior Occupations: Lawyer & Air Force Colonel
Previous Lindsey Graham Debates (EST)
  • Lindsey Graham
    Graham
    Jaime Harrison
    Harrison
    The second debate between South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham and his Democratic challenger Jaime Harrison turned into a forum at at the last minute because the two sides couldn't agree on health protocols. Harris went first and largely stuck to bread and butter issues important to South Carolinians like expanded access to quality health care, an economy that works for everyone, and education reform. Graham went second and had the most memorable line of the night when he said “If you’re a young, African American or an immigrant, you can go anywhere in this state, you just need to be conservative, not liberal.”
  • Lindsey Graham
    Graham
    Jaime Harrison
    Harrison
    South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham and his Democratic challenger Jaime Harrison faced off for the first time in an hour long debate in Columbia. Harrison brought his own plexiglass to create a divider between himself and Graham to show voters in his state that he is taking the ongoing health crisis "seriously." The two also sparred over what Harrison says were Graham's going back on his word over Supreme Court vacancies during an election year and who is best equipped to jumpstart a stalled economy.
Previous Lindsey Graham Speaking Engagements (EST)
Lindsey Graham Videos of Notable Speaking Engagements
Lindsey Graham Victory Speech | 2020 Senate Election
South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham gave his senate victory speech on November 3rd. His opponent, Democratic challenger Jaime Harrison had an enormous amount of fundraising during his campaign, which broke campaign records. Graham touched on that, and poked at Democrats for making such a large financial contribution to Harrison's campaign. Although, he called Harrison "very gracious" in accepting his defeat during their phone call.
2020 2nd South Carolina Senate Debate
The second debate between South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham and his Democratic challenger Jaime Harrison turned into a forum at at the last minute because the two sides couldn't agree on health protocols. Harris went first and largely stuck to bread and butter issues important to South Carolinians like expanded access to quality health care, an economy that works for everyone, and education reform. Graham went second and had the most memorable line of the night when he said “If you’re a young, African American or an immigrant, you can go anywhere in this state, you just need to be conservative, not liberal.”
2020 1st South Carolina Senate Debate
South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham and his Democratic challenger Jaime Harrison faced off for the first time in an hour long debate in Columbia. Harrison brought his own plexiglass to create a divider between himself and Graham to show voters in his state that he is taking the ongoing health crisis "seriously." The two also sparred over what Harrison says were Graham's going back on his word over Supreme Court vacancies during an election year and who is best equipped to jumpstart a stalled economy.