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  1. 1982–1984 (active) 1984–1995 (reserve) Unit. United States Air Force Reserve. Battles/wars. Gulf War. William Vanderpool "Van" Hilleary (born June 20, 1959) is an American politician who served as the U.S. Representative for Tennessee's 4th congressional district from 1995 to 2003. He is a member of the Republican Party .

  2. Van Hilleary. Date of birth. 20 June 1959. Dayton. Country of citizenship. United States of America. Educated at. University of Tennessee, Knoxville (Bachelor of Science, –1981) Cumberland School of Law (Juris Doctor, –1990)

  3. Republikanska partiet. William Vanderpool "Van" Hilleary, född 20 juni 1959 i Dayton i Tennessee, är en amerikansk republikansk politiker. Han var ledamot av USA:s representanthus 1995–2003. Hilleary utexaminerades 1981 från University of Tennessee, tjänstgjorde sedan i USA:s flygvapen och avlade 1990 juristexamen vid Cumberland School of ...

  4. Aug 31, 2021 · Missed Votes. From Jan 1995 to Nov 2002, Hilleary missed 227 of 4,737 roll call votes, which is 4.8%. This is worse than the median of 2.8% among the lifetime records of representatives serving in Nov 2002. The chart below reports missed votes over time.

  5. Jun 06, 2002 · Jun 6, 2002 4 AM. 0. When Van Hilleary first ran for public office in 1992, according to a greeting on his gubernatorial campaign Web site, “I put my career on hold and ran against Annabelle ...

  6. Jan 08, 2019 · U.S. Rep.-elect John Rose (R-Cookeville) has chosen former Rep. Van Hilleary as chief of staff. Hilleary (R-Spring City) represented the 4th Congressional District from 1994 to 2002. He vacated his seat to run for governor in 2002, but fell short to Democrat Phil Bredesen in that race.

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    Van Hilleary: Preceded by Bob Clement: Member of the U.S. House of Representatives from Tennessee's 5th congressional district 2003–present Incumbent: Honorary titles Preceded by John LeBoutillier: Baby of the House 1983–1984 Succeeded by Chris Perkins: Party political offices Preceded by Al Gore: Democratic nominee for U.S. Senator from ...

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