Susan Collins (b. Dec. 7, 1952) is a Republican politician. She won reelection to her U.S. Senate seat representing Maine against Democratic challenger Tom Allen. She has lived with her husband in the town, where other family members frequent their restaurant, The Hill, for the holidays. She has been a member of Congress for five years and is also the Republican minority whip for Congresswoman Toni Atkins. Her husband worked as a bartender in the local government office's tavern. Collins voted twice for abortion rights. During her time as an aide to the Republican governor of Maine, she voted against abortion rights. The...
- Preceded by: Joe Lieberman
- Succeeded by: Joe Lieberman
- Born: Susan Margaret Collins (1952-12-07) December 7, 1952 (age 67) Caribou, Maine, U.S.
- Political party: Republican
- Spouse(s): Thomas Daffron (m. 2012)
- Parents: Donald Collins Patricia McGuigan
- Relatives: Samuel Collins (uncle)
- Education: St. Lawrence University (BA)
- Website: Senate website
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