Kaufman, Edward E., 1939-
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||Edward E. "Ted" Kaufman (b. 1939) represented Delaware in the United States Senate from January 15, 2009 - November 15, 2010.
Democrat Ted Kaufman was appointed by Governor Ruth Ann Minner to fill the Senate vacancy caused by the resignation of newly
elected Vice President Joseph R. Biden, Jr.; Senator Ted Kaufman did not seek election to the office in a special election
for the seat in November 2010. The bulk of the Ted Kaufman papers documents the 22 months he spent in the United States Senate
with additional materials related to his earlier political career and post-Senate activities.
29 linear feet
2 oversize boxes
||Gift of Edward E. "Ted" Kaufman, 2010-2013.
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||An archived website from the congressional office of Sen. Kaufman, captured November 2010, is preserved with the Kaufman papers
at the University of Delaware Library. This website, with press releases, legislation sponsored by Sen. Kaufman, media, and
other information documenting his accomplishments, is open and available for use at: http://green.lib.udel.edu/webarchives/kaufman.senate.gov/index.htm.