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A member of the Democratic Party , Carper served in the United States House of Representatives from to and was the 71st Governor of Delaware from to Serving as a Naval Flight Officer in the U.
After leaving the active duty Navy, he remained in the U. Naval Reserve for another 18 years and eventually retired with the rank of Captain O He was elected State Treasurer, serving from to and leading the development of Delaware's first cash management system. Encouraged by local politicians, Carper successfully ran for Delaware's only seat in the U. House of Representatives in He served five terms in the House, where he chaired the Subcommittee on Economic Stabilization. In he arranged a swap with term-limited Governor Michael Castle , and the two were easily elected to each other's seats.
Carper governed for two terms as a moderate, business-oriented New Democrat , following the lead of the two previous Republican governors. Carper was elected to the U. Senate in , beating Republican incumbent William V. He was re-elected by landslides in and Carper is currently senior senator in the Delaware congressional delegation.
Navy from until , he served three tours of duty in Southeast Asia during the Vietnam War. He remained in the U. Naval Reserve as a P-3 aircraft mission commander for another 18 years and retired with the rank of Captain O After which he went to work for the economic development office for the State of Delaware. Senator Eugene McCarthy , the Minnesota peace candidate. Soles in his unsuccessful bid for the U.
After convincing the party leaders, and later the voters, that he was the right person to be Delaware State Treasurer, he defeated the favored Republican Party candidate, Theodore Jones. He served three terms, from January 18, through January 3, , during which time he oversaw the development of Delaware's first cash management system. It took a considerable amount of persuasion on the part of U.
Senator Joe Biden and others to convince Carper to leave his obscure, but safe, position as Treasurer and compete for Delaware's only seat in the U. The campaign was going well for Carper until three weeks before Election Day, when the New York Post published an article claiming that the "dirtiest campaign in the country is being waged in tiny Delaware. But the story actually ended up working to Carper's political advantage when suspicions spread that the allegations had been planted by an Evans supporter and when public opinion seemed to conclude that the allegations were inappropriately exploiting a private issue.
Carper went on to serve five terms in the U. He won his second term in , by defeating Elise R. He then enjoyed easy victories over Republicans Thomas S. Neuberger in , James P. Krapf in and Ralph O. Representative, he was a member of the U. He chaired the House Subcommittee on Economic Stabilization.
In these positions he worked to allow banks into the securities business and to discourage the dumping of sludge into the ocean. During his years in the U. House of Representatives Carper sought to gain better control of the Democratic Party organization in Delaware in hopes of someday becoming governor.
Heavily Democratic and with over half of the population of the state, New Castle County was the key. Its Democratic organization was controlled by Eugene T. Reed, a former ironworker, and an old-time political party boss who was then among several politicians in both parties implicated in illegal money raising practices. To address this corruption and rescue the reputation of the Democratic Party, Carper recruited Joseph E. By early , he had succeeded in getting Reardon elected, and Reardon replaced Reed at the head of a newly reformed party organization.
In Carper faced a primary challenge from a Reed ally, Daniel D. Rappa, after winning, he went on to win election to his fifth term as U.
In the small and intimate political community of Delaware, important decisions are often made by a consensus of leaders from both parties.
So it was in , when popular incumbent Republican Governor Michael Castle was forced to retire owing to term limits. The result was what became known as "the Swap. House of Representatives and Carper ran for Governor. Neither faced any significant opposition and Delaware retained the services of two very popular office holders representing both major parties. He ended up serving two terms. As a moderate, business-oriented Democrat who followed two very competent and popular Republican administrations, those of Pierre S.
Two particular successes were his prevention of the closure of the General Motors automobile operation near Newport, Delaware and the state's victory in the competition with Pennsylvania for the location of the headquarters of the pharmaceutical giant, AstraZeneca.
Continuing du Pont's tax cutting policies, Carper led an ongoing effort to reduce income tax rates, eliminate the marriage penalty and estate tax , cut the public utility tax , and eliminate the gross receipts tax for many small businesses. By doing so, his administration improved the state's credit rating from among the worst in the nation to an excellent "AAA". He also retained Castle's standards-based education programs, raising standards, testing students, and pushing through a teacher accountability bill.
Other programs included a fully funded Head Start program and the creation of a prescription-drug benefit for seniors. Carper's independent, New Democrat approach made him popular among voters, but caused grumbling among old line Democrats, particularly union leaders, who complained that not enough of them were being awarded patronage jobs after the many years of Republican control.
The most poignant event during this period was the murder of Carper's personal scheduler, Anne Marie Fahey, and the eventual conviction of Thomas J. Capano for the crime. Capano was a wealthy, well-connected lawyer, known to nearly everyone in Delaware's political community. Fahey, a year-old member of another well-known family, was attempting to end a romantic relationship with the married Capano, when he murdered her and dumped her body in the Atlantic Ocean. As a tribute to Fahey, who had been a youth mentor , then-Governor Carper also became a mentor, and began actively promoting mentoring programs throughout Delaware's business community.
As a result, by the end of his last term, Delaware held the highest per-capita ratio of youth mentors in the country. Carper also established the Delaware Mentoring Council to help sustain this important legacy. The elections of promised to bring a change in Delaware's political lineup. Because of gubernatorial term limits, Carper had to retire from the post. He wanted to run for the Senate against the incumbent Roth. Roth would not retire voluntarily and fellow Republican Castle would not force him into a primary.
Carper declared his candidacy in September Roth was 79, versus Carper's relative youth. Roth received more votes than Republican Presidential candidate George W.
Bush , suggesting that the strength of the Democratic turnout for the presidential election was a key factor in Carper's victory.
Carper sought re-election to a second term in He was unopposed in the Democratic primary and faced off against Republican candidate Jan C.
Ting was a professor of law who had narrowly beaten airline pilot Michael D. Protack in the Republican primary. She contrasts with Carper in that she advocates a single payer healthcare system,  and Carper wants to keep working on the Affordable Health Care Act. He served with the Democratic minority in the th and th Congresses, and was part of the Democratic majority in the th Congress.
At the beginning of the th Congress, the Democratic Party was in the minority, but later held the majority. As a member of a four-person "Executive Committee", he is one of four deputy whips. David Broder of the Washington Post has called Carper "a notably effective and non-partisan leader, admired and trusted on both sides of the aisle.
Carper has a mixed record on abortion issues. In , Carper was one of 17 Democrats who broke with the majority in their party by voting to ban partial-birth abortion. Carper joined 23 other Senate Democrats in signing a letter supporting Obama taking executive action to reduce gun violence. He joined in the unsuccessful attempt to tie the Bush administration tax cuts to deficit reduction and has supported additional funding for school choice programs and charter schools.
He has also sought additional funding for railroad projects and for rail security. He strongly supported legislation to limit class action lawsuits and to restrict personal bankruptcy. In addition, he is a strong proponent of free trade. Carper and George Voinovich of Ohio proposed a cent raise in the federal gasoline tax; 10 cents would go to pay down the debt and the rest toward improving the nation's infrastructure.
The measure was proposed in November The bailout would cost three times the savings of the federal budget. However, he did vote for Keystone XL Pipeline , but has since expressed disappointment in that vote.
If signed into law, this controversial bill, which the American media dubbed the " Kill switch bill ", would grant the President emergency powers over the Internet. All three co-authors of the bill, however, issued a statement claiming that instead, the bill "[narrowed] existing broad Presidential authority to take over telecommunications networks".
The center would also identify vulnerabilities and help secure key private networks — like utilities and communications systems — that, if attacked or commandeered by a foreign power or cyberterrorists, could result in the crippling of our economy.
In May , Carper introduced an amendment to limit state regulators from enforcing consumer regulations on national banks and their subsidiaries. It would also remove a Senate legislative measure requiring the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency to find a 'substantive standard' on regulation, before the office could move to preempt. The White House opposed Carper's amendment.
The amendment passed by a vote of 80— The article quoted Carper as saying, "I think the best jobs bill that can be passed is a comprehensive long-term deficit-reduction plan.
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