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In the run up to the Nov. 2 mid-term election, senior Republican Sen. Lamar Alexander has more to worry about than just the results of the vote.
Just three days before the election, Alexander has a date on center stage to play the piano with the Jackson Symphony in Jackson, Tennessee.
“I try to keep a balanced life,” the chairman of the Senate Republican Conference told the Reuters Washington Summit. “I even get to play the piano some, though not as much as I’d like to.”
But on Oct. 30, the classically-trained senator will perform at a concert in Jackson, which he joked “is not Carnegie Hall.”
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Alexander served as U.S. education secretary in the administration of the first President George Bush and also as president of the University of Tennessee.