The Full Wiki

Bob Packwood: Quiz


Did you know ...

More interesting facts on Bob Packwood

Include this on your site/blog:
Question 1: He was a member of the ________ from 1963 to 1968.
Oregon House of RepresentativesOregon Legislative AssemblyAlabama House of RepresentativesOregon State Senate

Question 2: In 1968, after running a statewide campaign, Packwood won the Republican nomination to run against ________ in the fall election.
Joe LiebermanMark HatfieldWayne MorseCharles L. McNary

Question 3: He resigned from the ________, under threat of expulsion, in 1995 after allegations of sexual harassment, abuse and assault of women emerged.
United States SenateHart Senate Office Building111th United States CongressJohn McCain

Question 4: Robert William "Bob" Packwood (born September 11, 1932) is an American politician from ________ and a member of the Republican Party.

Question 5: Packwood's political career began to unravel in November 1992, when a ________ story detailed the claims of sexual abuse and assault by 10 women, chiefly former staffers and lobbyists.
NewsweekThe Washington PostSlate (magazine)Donald E. Graham

Question 6: Soon after leaving the Senate, Packwood founded a ________ firm called Sunrise Research Corporation.
Lobbying in the United KingdomLobbying in the United StatesEuropean ParliamentLobbying

Question 7: [43][44] Packwood defeated Democrat ________ 52.1% to 46.5%.
George H. W. BushOregonLes AuCoinJohn Kerry

Question 8: Packwood is the great-grandson of William H. Packwood, the youngest member of the ________ of 1857.
Oregon Constitutional ConventionOregon City, OregonOregon Territorial LegislatureOregon Trail

Question 9: Packwood was born in Portland, Multnomah County, graduated from Portland’s Grant High School in 1950, and then in 1954 graduated from Willamette University in Salem, where he was a member and president of the ________ fraternity.
Beta Theta PiDelta Sigma PhiAlpha Phi AlphaSigma Chi

Got something to say? Make a comment.
Your name
Your email address