Mike Lee
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"Mike Lee on the Senate floor, mocking the disastrous Green New Deal."
Biological Information
Name Michael Shumway Lee
Gender Male
Race Caucasian
Age 41
Political Information
Office U.S Senator
Party Republican
State Utah
Predecessor Bob Bennett
Successor Incumbent
Greatest Accomplishments Making a joke about the Green New Deal
Michael Shumway Lee (born June 4, 1971) is an American politician who is currently serving as an U.S Senator from Utah, along with Mitt Romney. He has served in that office since January 3, 2011.

He is described as an conservative, libertarian-leaning Republican.

Early Life Edit

Mike Lee was born in Mesa, Arizona on June 4, 1971. However, he would grew up in Provo, Utah.

Election History Edit

2010 U.S Senate race in Utah Edit

Mike Lee was the Republican nominee in the 2010 Utah Senate race, after defeating Tim Bridgewater and Incumbent U.S Senator Bob Bennett.

In the general election, Lee would win 62% of the vote against Democrat Sam Granato's 33%.

2016 U.S Senate race in Utah Edit

Lee was re-elected in 2016, defeating Democrat Misty Snow.

Political Stances and Positions Edit

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External Links Edit

[1]Mike Lee on the Green New Deal

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