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About Kit Bond
Kit Bond, born Christopher Samuel Bond, went into full-time politics in the 1960s. In 1968, he won the Republican primaries and contested for a seat in congress. He, however, lost to the Democrat’s Bill Hungate. He held different positions in the party before he was elected as Missouri's Governor in 1972.
His first tenure came to an end in 1977, but he was reelected to the position four years later. In 1987, two years after leaving office as the governor, Bond was voted into the United States Senate where he represented the people of Missouri. He has also served in groups like the Committee on Environment and Public Works, and the Committee on Appropriations.
He’s the son of former American football player Arthur D. Bond and his partner Elizabeth Green. After divorcing Carolyn Reid in 1995, the politician went on to marry Linda Pell.
He graduated from Princeton University in 1960. Bond later enrolled at the School of Law of the University of Virginia.
Kansas City’s Christopher S. Bond Bridge was named after this politician.
He published a book in 2009 titled “The Next Front: Southeast Asia and the Road to Global Peace with Islam” alongside American correspondent Lewis Simons.
As a child, he suffered from amblyopia which permanently blinded one of his eyes.
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F.A.Q. about Kit Bond
When is his birthday?
Kit Bond's birthday is on March 6, 1939.
In how many days is his birthday?
Kit's birthday is in 158 days
How old is he?
He is 83 years old.
Where is Kit from?
He was born in St. Louis, Missouri, U.S..