Program | Hot Topic Teleconference – Dan Quayle on Conventions | Jul 28, 2016

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“The Party Conventions & the Presidential Election”  


Dan Quayle

Former Vice President of the United States 
Thursday, July 28
4:00-4:30 PM CT
Dan Quayle’s political career includes election to Congress in 1976, age 29, where he served two terms; election to the Senate in 1980 and 1986; and Vice President of the United States in 1988, age 41. He served as the 44th Vice President under President George Herbert Walker Bush.
Currently, Dan Quayle is the Chairman of Cerberus Global Investments with offices in Asia, Europe as well as New York City. He has been with Cerberus since 1999. Cerberus is a private equity company with more than $30B under management.
Dan Quayle graduated from DePauw University in 1969 and received his J.D. from Indiana University School of Law Indianapolis in 1974.
He lives with his wife Marilyn and they are both involved with several charity activities. They have three grown children Tucker, Ben and Corinne as well as seven grandchildren. (Full Bio.)

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