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Ken Calvert

Ken CalvertAKA Kenneth Stanton Calvert

Born: 8-Jun-1953
Birthplace: Corona, CA

Gender: Male
Religion: Protestant
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Politician
Party Affiliation: Republican

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: Congressman, California 44th

According to the Corona PD police report, on November 27, 1993 Congressman Ken Calvert was observed sitting in his car after midnight with a prostitute's head in his lap. During his approach, the officer witnessed Calvert "placing his penis into his unzipped dress slacks." For nearly a year, Calvert claimed that the incident had never happened, until a court order made the police report public. He has been re-elected to Congress every two years, ever since.

In 2007, as ranking member of the House Subcommittee on Space & Aeronautics, Committee on Science & Technology, Rep Calvert proposed a bill that he promised would "stimulate creative space advertising concepts".

Father: Ira D. Calvert ("Cal", Mayor of Corona, d. suicide)
Brother: (twin)
Brother: (twin)
Wife: (div. 1993)

    High School: Corona High School, Corona, CA (1971)
    University: AA, Chaffey College (1973)
    University: BA Economics, San Diego State University (1975)

    US Congressman, California 44th (2003-present)
    US Congressman, California 43rd (1993-2003)
    Benevolent & Protective Order of the Elks Corona, CA
    National Student Leadership Conference Honorary Board of Advisors
    Republican Main Street Partnership
    Ripon Society Honorary Advisory Board
    Rotary International Corona, CA
    Objectivists
    Sex in Public Corona, CA (27-Nov-1993), no charges filed
    Risk Factors: Obesity, Depression

Official Website:
http://www.calvertforcongress.com/


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