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Rob Portman grew up in an Ohio small business family. Portman was born in Cincinnati where he lives today with his wife Jane, and their three children, Jed, Will and Sally. After college and law school, he practiced international trade law in Washington, DC and business law in Cincinnati. In 1993, Rob was elected to Congress, where he represented the diverse seven county Second District. He was proud to serve the Second District for twelve years, and in seven elections, he never received less than seventy percent of the vote. In 2005, he left Congress when he was asked to serve as U.S. Trade Representative. Rob Portman was elected to the Senate in 2010. Through scholarships and summer jobs, Steve Daines put himself through Montana State University, earning a B.S. in chemical engineering. He then left Montana to work for Proctor & Gamble, where he stayed for 13 years. After marrying his wife, the couple moved back to Montana so that Mr. Daines could work for his family's construction company. In 2000, he joined RightNow Technologies, a start-up business, as VP of customer service. He has been active in politics for most of his life, even serving as Montana chairman for Mike Huckabee’s presidential campaign. Steve Daines won election to Congress in 2012 by 53 to 43%.