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The Senate Centrist Coalition was a bipartisan caucus of moderate United States Senators. Founded by John Breaux
John Breaux
(D-LA) and Lincoln Chafee (R-RI) in 1994, the group had 33 members by 2002.[1] It sought bipartisan agreements on issues such as a balanced budget, welfare reform, and healthcare reform.[2]

Contents

1 Coalition Members (109th Congress) 2 See also 3 References 4 External links

Coalition Members (109th Congress)[edit]

Evan Bayh
Evan Bayh
(D-IN) Tom Carper
Tom Carper
(D-DE) Susan Collins
Susan Collins
(R-ME) Kent Conrad
Kent Conrad
(D-ND) Dianne Feinstein
Dianne Feinstein
(D-CA) Judd Gregg
Judd Gregg
(R-NH) Herb Kohl
Herb Kohl
(D-WI) Mary Landrieu
Mary Landrieu
(D-LA) Joseph Lieberman
Joseph Lieberman
(I-CT) Blanche Lincoln
Blanche Lincoln
(D-AR) John McCain
John McCain
(R-AZ) Ben Nelson
Ben Nelson
(D-NE) Bill Nelson (D-FL) Mark Pryor
Mark Pryor
(D-AR) Richard Shelby
Richard Shelby
(R-AL) Olympia Snowe
Olympia Snowe
(R-ME) George Voinovich
George Voinovich
(R-OH)

See also[edit]

Third Way

References[edit]

^ Abrams, Jim (November 10, 2002). "Moderates Seek Power in New Congress". Stamford Advocate. Retrieved 3 November 2016.  ^ Warshaw, Shirley Anne (2014). The Clinton Years. Infobase Publishing. p. 45. ISBN 9780816074594. 

External links[edit]

SourceWatch entry for Senate Centrist Coalition

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