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January 6, 2001 | From Times Wire Reports
Just two years out of law school, the son of Sen. Strom Thurmond (R-S.C.) has a virtual lock on the top federal prosecutor's job in South Carolina, an appointment that essentially rests in his father's hands. Strom Thurmond Jr., 28, who is actively seeking the U.S. attorney job, already has a growing list of endorsements, including support from officials of both major political parties. He has no official party affiliation.
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November 7, 2001
Strom Thurmond Jr., son of the nation's oldest and longest-serving U.S. senator, was approved Tuesday as the top federal prosecutor in his father's home state of South Carolina. The nomination of Thurmond Jr., 29, to be South Carolina's U.S. attorney was confirmed Tuesday night by voice vote in the Senate, along with those of nine other U.S. attorneys from around the nation. Few senators were present for the vote. It was not immediately known whether Thurmond, 98, was present.
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November 7, 2001
Strom Thurmond Jr., son of the nation's oldest and longest-serving U.S. senator, was approved Tuesday as the top federal prosecutor in his father's home state of South Carolina. The nomination of Thurmond Jr., 29, to be South Carolina's U.S. attorney was confirmed Tuesday night by voice vote in the Senate, along with those of nine other U.S. attorneys from around the nation. Few senators were present for the vote. It was not immediately known whether Thurmond, 98, was present.
NEWS
January 6, 2001 | From Times Wire Reports
Just two years out of law school, the son of Sen. Strom Thurmond (R-S.C.) has a virtual lock on the top federal prosecutor's job in South Carolina, an appointment that essentially rests in his father's hands. Strom Thurmond Jr., 28, who is actively seeking the U.S. attorney job, already has a growing list of endorsements, including support from officials of both major political parties. He has no official party affiliation.
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