Cory Booker

Submitted by on Sep 9, 2015

Newark, New Jersey). American politician, the mayor of Newark, New Jersey (Newark, New Jersey). Washington, DC), Harrington Park, New Jersey), Booker was born in Washington, DC (Washington, DC), grew up in New Jersey, not far from Harrington Park (Harrington Park, New Jersey), 32 km north of Newark. Cary Alfred) Carolyn Rose), IBM’. His parents, Alfred Cary (Cary Alfred) and Carolyn Rose (Carolyn Rose), were among the first blacks representatives of management staff in the corporation ‘IBM’. Author: Ivan Matkovskiy Stanford University); Education Booker received at Stanford (Stanford University); Cory graduated in 1991 with a Bachelor of Political Science. A year later – at the same university – Booker earned a Master’s degree in sociology. At Stanford Cory Booker active in sports and participated in a number of community projects. Rhodes Scholarship) University of Oxford); After Stanford Booker at Rhodes Scholarship (Rhodes Scholarship) went to study in Oxford (University of Oxford); where he received an honorary degree in American history. In 1997, Cory became a doctor of law; Yale Law School). Booker studied law in law school at Yale (Yale Law School). Urban Justice Center); After graduating from Yale, Booker got a job at the New York Center for Justice (Urban Justice Center); In parallel, he worked with the youth organizations of Newark. Newark City Council); In 1998, Booker won the elections to the City Council of Newark (Newark City Council); to draw attention to a number of pressing issues – like drug trafficking on the streets and the violence accompanying this trade in various forms – Booker made a 10-day hunger strike; I lived these 10 days it first in a tent, and then – in a house on wheels. The board Cory Booker has put forward a number of quite serious proposals on Housing, youth and the protection of the rule of law; Unfortunately, most of his proposals to a vote failed. In 2002, Booker did not re-elected to the Board; Instead, he decided to try his luck in the mayoral election. Sharpe James) – Alas, the opponent – James Sharpe (Sharpe James) – was stronger than Booker; Booker considered ‘black enough’ for this city. It should be noted that even the ‘black enough’ Cory Booker managed to score in the elections 47% of votes. Newark Now’, In 2002, Cory Booker founded the ‘folk’ nonprofit ‘Newark Now’, designed to show the people of the city of useful new ways to use city services and resources. Booker, Rabinowitz, Trenk, Tully, Lubetkin, DiPasquale, and Webster’. At the same time, Booker became a partner in the law firm ‘Booker, Rabinowitz, Trenk, Tully, Lubetkin, DiPasquale, and Webster’. 11 February 11, 2006 th it was announced that Cory Booker re-sent to the mayoral election. Sharpe James in sixth period decided not to run; Ronald Rice). Booker was the main rival Ronald Rice (Ronald Rice). In subsequent elections Booker literally destroyed Rice, gaining 72% of votes. After the first week, as the Mayor Booker revealed to the world 100-day reform plan in Newark; among other things, the reform of the police had to develop a system to facilitate the lives of young people and provide new employment opportunities for persons with not very bright past. Introduced in October, the mayor of the budget provided for raising property taxes by 8.3 percent; However, for the year Cory Booker promised to leave taxes alone (and, incidentally, kept his promise). During his first term Booker really managed to significantly reduce the level of crime and increase the wages of many city employees. Second term Booker memorable exploits a little more curious – since December 28, 2010, Booker personally responded to a request on Twitter and helped an old man to clear the driveway of snow. 12 April 12, 2012 th Cory Booker rescued a woman from a burning house – in the process of inhaling smoke and badly received second-degree burns. In December of 2012 Corey said he would try at least a week to live on the minimum allowance to buy food – by that time $ 30. In December, the mayor said he would claim a place in the Senate.
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