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Mar 08, 1902

Jennings Randolph was born in Salem, Harrison County

1920

Jennings Randolph graduated from Salem Academy.

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1923

Jennings Randolph was elected to Salem College's board of trustees.

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1924

Jennings Randolph graduated from Salem College.

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1926

Jennings Randolph became athletic director at Davis & Elkins College.

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Nov 04, 1930

The 28-year-old Jennings Randolph ran for Congress in the 2nd District, losing to Republican incumbent Frank Bowman

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Nov 08, 1932

Jennings Randolph ran for Congress again and defeated Bowman

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Nov 05, 1946

Jennings Randolph was defeated for reelection to Congress

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Aug 05, 1958

Jennings Randolph defeated William Marland in the Democratic primary for U.S. Senate

Nov 04, 1958

Jennings Randolph won the open seat in the U.S. Senate

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1958

Jennings Randolph flew from Morgantown to Washington on a plane fueled with gasoline made from West Virginia coal

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May 08, 1998

Jennings Randolph died


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