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Mike Langevin

Mike Langevin


Langevin in 1980

President pro tempore emeritus of the United States Senate

In office:
Since January 3, 2021

Preceded by: Phil Fordren

In office:
August 5, 2008 to January 3, 2015

Preceded by: John Rosevear
Succeeded by: Phil Fordren

President pro tempore of the United States Senate

In office:
January 3, 2015 to January 3, 2021

Preceded by: Phil Fordren
Succeded by: Phil Fordren

Senate Minority Leader

In office:
January 3, 2007 to August 5, 2008

Preceded by: Ray Nelson
Succeeded by: Isaiah McWhirter

In office:
January 20, 2001 to January 3, 2003

Preceded by: Ray Nelson
Succeeded by: Ray Nelson

In office:
January 3, 1987 to February 14, 1995

Preceded by: Jim Shorten
Succeeded by: Ted Struck

In office:
November 15, 1971 to January 3, 1979

Preceded by: William McDonnell
Succeeded by: Joe McLaren

Senate Majority Leader

In office:
January 3, 2003 to January 3, 2007

Preceded by: Ray Nelson
Succeeded by: Ray Nelson

In office:
February 14, 1995 to January 20, 2001

Preceded by: Ted Struck
Succeeded by: Ray Nelson

In office:
January 3, 1979 to January 3, 1987

Preceded by: Jonas Sampton
Succeeded by: Joe McLaren

United States Senator
from Wyoming

In office:
Since January 3, 1959

Preceded by: Carter Lewis Barton, Jr.

Ranking Member of the Senate Budget Committee

In office:
January 7, 1963 to November 15, 1971

Preceded by: Milton Archer
Succeeded by: Tad Marin

Governor of Wyoming

In office:
January 7, 1955 to January 3, 1959

Preceded by: Milton Goldberg
Succeeded by: Tom Marin

Wyoming State Auditor

In office:
January 3, 1949 to January 3, 1953

Preceded by: Franklin Marsden
Succeeded by: Orson Drinkwater

Member of the Wyoming House of Representatives

In office:
January 3, 1944 to January 3, 1949

Preceded by: Anthony Blalock
Succeeded by: Trip Chaney

Personal Details

Born:

Michael Swan Langevin
November 7, 1925 (age 95)
Dubois, Wyoming, U.S.

Nationality:

American

Political Party:

Republican

Spouse(s):

Jolene Harper (m. 1943)

Children:

Congressman Scott Langevin (b. 1947) (R-WY)
Fmr. Gov. John Langevin II (b. 1949) (R-WY)
Sen. Marianne Satie (b. 1952) (R-SD)
Sen. Ronald Langevin (b. 1954) (R-WY)
Gov. Catherine Everett (b. 1960) (D-CA)

Education:

No formal education

"This is the [Capitol] Hill I'll die on."
- Langevin, responding to Senator Seb Rainier calling him 'too old' to serve.

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