Judd Alan Gregg is an American politician and lawyer who served as the 76th Governor of New Hampshire and was a United States Senator from New Hampshire; in the Senate, Gregg served as chairman of the Senate Health Committee and the Senate Budget Committee. He is a member of the Republican Party and was a businessman and attorney in Nashua before entering politics. He currently serves as the Chair of the Public Advisory Board at the New Hampshire Institute of Politics at Saint Anselm College. Gregg was nominated for Secretary of Commerce in the Cabinet by President Barack Obama, but withdrew his name on February 12, 2009. He would have been up for re-election in 2010, but chose not to run. In the November 2010 elections, former State Attorney General Kelly Ayotte, also a Republican, was elected to succeed Gregg in the Senate. On May 27, 2011, Goldman Sachs announced that Gregg had been named an international advisor to the firm.
|Born:||Judd Alan Gregg, February 14, 1947, Nashua, New Hampshire, U.S.|
|Residence:||Rye, New Hampshire|
|Education:||Columbia University (BA), Boston University (JD, LLM)|
|Preceded by:||Warren Rudman|
|Succeeded by:||Kelly Ayotte|
|IMDb:||Judd Gregg's IMDb|
About Judd Gregg
Republican politician and the 76th governor of New Hampshire who served his state in the U.S. Senate from 1993 to 2011.
He obtained his baccalaureate from Columbia University in 1969 before attending Boston University School of Law.
After leaving politics, he became an international advisor to Goldman Sachs and was later named the CEO of the Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association, a Wall Street lobbying group.
He had three children with his wife Kathleen.
He was nominated for Secretary of Commerce in the Cabinet by President Barack Obama , but withdrew his name.
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- Goldman Sachs people
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- Boston University School of Law alumni
- Phillips Exeter Academy alumni