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Kelly Loeffler
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U.S. Senator
    (November 27, 1970- )
    Born in Bloomington, Illinois
    Middle name is Lynn
    CEO of Intercontinental Exchange subsidiary, Bakkt
    Appointed to represent Georgia in the U.S. Senate by Governor Brian Kemp (December 2019)
    Running for the seat in the 2020 special election
    Her last name is difficult to pronounce.
    She was appointed to her seat after her predecessor, Johnny Isakson, retired for 'health reasons.'
    She has been accused of insider trading as a result of selling stocks during the coronavirus pandemic.
    She sold between $50,001 and $100,000 worth of stock from Resideo Technologies - on the same day she attended a briefing about the coronavirus in late January of 2020.
    She put out several tweets, including a video message, reassuring constituents that 'the economy is strong' during the global pandemic.
    She feigned ignorance about the timing of the decision, but she is married to the chairman of the New York Stock Exchange...
    She was confronted by Ed Henry and Tucker Carlson over the insider trading accusations in separate interviews.
    As a girl, she worked in the soybean fields on her family's farm.
    She is co-owner of the Atlanta Dream in theWNBA.
    She serves on the board of a nonprofit residential treatment center for mental health serving adolescents ages 14-17.
    She claimed that because her stocks are in a blind trust, the trades conducted in her portfolio by financial advisers were done without her knowledge.
    She is only one of several Senators to be accused of insider trading related to the COVID-19 scare (others include Richard Burr and Ron Johnson).

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    For 2020, as of last week, Out of 27 Votes: 66.67% Annoying
 
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