|Quick facts about Tim Kaine Biography|
|Date of birth :||February 26, 1958|
|Birth Country:||Saint Paul, Minnesota, United States|
Timothy Michael “Tim” Kaine is a yank attorney and politician working as the junior U.S. legislator from Virginia. He was the Vice President nominee from the Democratic party alongside Presidential nominee Hillary Clinton. He lost to Mike Pence; the Republican nominee along with the now President elect Donald John Trump.
Kaine was born in St. Paul, Minnesota. He’s the eldest of 3 sons born to Albert Alexander Kaine, Jr. and Mary Kathleen. He was raised Catholic. In 1976, he graduated from Rockhurst high school.
In 1979, Kaine received his B.A. in economic science from the University of Missouri, finishing his degree in 3 years and graduating summa cum laude. He was a Coro Foundation fellow in Kansas town in 1978. In 1979, he entered Harvard school of law disturbing his law studies after his first year to figure in Honduras for 9 months from 1980 to 1981, aiding Jesuit missionaries who ran a Catholic school in El Progreso. Kaine met his future wife, Anne Holton after returning from Honduras. He graduated from Harvard Law School with a J.D. degree in 1983. After graduation, Kaine and Holton moved to Holton’s hometown of Richmond, Virginia. In 1984, Kaine was admitted to the Virginia Bar.
Governor of Virginia (2006-2010)
On January fourteen, 2006, Kaine was sworn in as governor at the colonial Capitol at Williamsburg, the first governor since Thomas Jefferson to be inaugurated there. From 2008 to 2009, Kaine was chairman of the Southern Governors’ Association.
2016 Vice-Presidential Campaign
In 2016, Kaine supported Hillary Clinton’s presidential bid and campaigned actively for Clinton in seven states throughout the primaries. According to the NY Times, former President Bill Clinton, privately backed Kaine as his wife’s executive director choice, noting his domestic and national security résumé. On July 22, 2016, she proclaimed Kaine would be her candidate within the election. Clinton introduced Kaine as her selection in a joint appearance at a rally at Florida International University in Miami the subsequent day. On July twenty-seven, 2016, the 2016 Democratic National Convention appointed him their vice presidential candidate.
According to the NY Times, Kaine “is widely delineated by individuals in his political orbit as a likable if less than a charismatic figure…guided by ethical convictions that ensure his deep Christian religion.” Kaine delineated himself on Meet the Press as “boring.”