(June 22, 1949- )
Born in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Chaired the Congressional Oversight Panel (November 2008-November 2010)
Helped create the U.S. Consumer Financial Protection Bureau & served as the Bureau's Special Advisor
Professor of Law at Harvard Law School
Elected Senator of Massachusetts (November 6, 2012)
Why she might be annoying
She was an incredibly dull public speaker prior to becoming a Senator.
Republicans blasted her for an array of reasons, from her role as a financial regulator to the expansion of government caused by the Bureau she created.
Her criticism of the financial industry and its practices resulted in a backlash from banking leaders, credit lenders and lobbyists.
She gave guests financial advice on Dr. Phil's show.
Some called her the 'Sheriff of Wall Street.'
She was 'silenced' on the Senate floor by Republicans after 'attacking' fellow Senator Jeff Sessions in a fiery speech prior to his confirmation hearing for Attorney General (February 7, 2017).
Why she might not be annoying
Time Magazine selected her as one of their 100 Most Influential People in the World (2009 & 2010).
She graduated Rutgers Law School.
She warned about the dangers caused by the erosion of the American middle class.
She taught Sunday school.
She tried to make the credit card industry more consumer friendly.
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For 2017, as of last week, Out of 866 Votes: 78.75% Annoying
In 2016, Out of 1218 Votes: 85.06% Annoying
In 2015, Out of 20075 Votes: 48.45% Annoying
In 2014, Out of 3577 Votes: 78.86% Annoying
In 2013, Out of 3261 Votes: 64.09% Annoying
In 2012, Out of 7635 Votes: 53.90% Annoying
In 2011, Out of 634 Votes: 61.04% Annoying
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