Senator David Perdue: 2015 A Year in Photos
WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Senator David Perdue (R-GA) today shared a look at his first year in the United States Senate through a series of behind-the-scenes photos. View and download the full gallery of photos here.
1) January 6, 2015: Taking the Oath of Office with my wife, Bonnie, and my father’s bible to represent the people of Georgia in the United States Senate.
2) January 17, 2015: Feeling at home during my ceremonial swearing in at the Bibb County Courthouse in Macon, Georgia. (Photo Credit: Todd Rehm)
3) February 22, 2015: Meeting personally with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on my first official trip to Israel. (Photo Credit: Kobi Gideon)
4) March 3, 2015: Listening to my friend, Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, as he addresses a Joint Session of Congress.
5) April 3, 2015: Meeting with troops from Georgia who serve on the front lines at Bagram Airfield in Afghanistan.
6) March 14, 2015: Celebrating with Irish Prime Minister Enda Kenny at the St. Patrick’s Day Parade Breakfast in Atlanta.
7) April 21, 2015: Chairing my first hearing in the Senate Foreign Relations State Department Subcommittee with Senator Tim Kaine of Virginia.
8) June 19, 2015: Snapping a selfie with a future leader from Athens, Georgia.
9) June 19, 2015: Championing conservative values at the Faith and Freedom Conference hosted by fellow Georgian, Ralph Reed.
10) June 29, 2015: Hovering over Hunter Army Airfield during a helicopter tour of Georgia’s military bases.
11) June 30 , 2015: Checking out the JCB tractor manufacturing plant in Savannah, Georgia.
12) July 7, 2015: Joining my friend, Joni Ernst, at a Senate Agriculture Committee hearing to introduce one of Georgia’s avian influenza experts.
13) August 21, 2015: Energizing the crowd at Defending the American Dream Summit hosted by Americans for Prosperity. (Photo Credit: Gage Skidmore)
14) September 9, 2015: Fighting to stop a nuclear Iran at the Tea Party Patriots rally at the United States Capitol.
15) December 12, 2015: Delivering the commencement speech at my alma mater, Georgia Tech. (Photo Credit: Georgia Tech)
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