By now, you’ve heard a few things about Senator Tim Kaine—and you might even know that he’s spent his entire career fighting for progressives causes or that he loves to play the harmonica.
But did you know that…
- During his 17-year career as a civil rights attorney, Tim specialized in representing the underserved, battling on behalf of those who had been denied housing opportunities because of their race or disability.
- When Tim was 22, he took a year off from law school to volunteer with Jesuit missionaries in Honduras. He ran a technical school, teaching carpentry and welding to teenage boys while honing his Spanish. He says his time in Honduras was one of the most formative experiences of his life, shaping both his personal and political outlook.
And many more..