Tim Walberg

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Tim Walberg

Tim Walberg (born 12th April 1951) is a Republican politician. He is a social and economic conservative. He won his campaigns with clear support for President Bush's War in Iraq, tax cuts, and opposition to "pork barrel" spending. He was defeated in the 2008 election by Mark Schauer. He lives in Tipton, Michigan with his wife Sue and their children Matthew, Heido and Caleb.

He was elected back to Congress in November 2010, this time defeating Schauer, and thus will be going back in January 2011.

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