Warren Rudman

As a young man, Warren Rudman saw combat as a platoon leader and company commander during the Korean War. A Republican, Rudman was elected to two terms in the U.S. Senate, where he fought for a balanced budget, campaign finance reform, and an end to Pentagon waste. He played a leading role in the Iran-Contra and Keating Five investigations and in the nomination of his friend David Souter to the Supreme Court. After retiring from the Senate in 1992, Rudman co-founded the Concord Coalition, which...See more