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Rudy Giuliani (Republican) Birth: May 28, 1944; Brooklyn, N.Y. Home city: New York Family: Wife Judith "Judi" Nathan (2003-present); formerly Donna Hanover (1984-2002, divorced) and Regina Peruggi (1968-1982, annulment); children: stepdaughter Whitney (1986); Caroline (1989); Andrew (1986) Religion: Roman Catholic Education: Manhattan College, A.B., 1965; New York University Law School, J.D., 1968 Campaign Web site: www.joinrudy2008.com Read all about him: “Leadership” (2002) Career: 1970: Joined the office of the U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York. 1981-1983: Named associate attorney general, the third highest position in the Department of Justice. 1983-1989: Appointed U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York. During this time, Giuliani gained national prominence for prosecuting, among others, Ivan Boesky, Michael Milken and various Mafia figures. 1989: Resigned as U.S. Attorney and made his first run for mayor of New York City. He lost to David Dinkins in a close race. 1993: Became first Republican mayor of New York in 24 years after defeating Dinkins in another close race. 1997: Re-elected by a wide margin, carrying four out of New York City's five boroughs. April 27, 2000: Disclosed that he is suffering from prostate cancer. May 19, 2000: Announced that he is dropping out of the race for the U.S. Senate. 2001: Received wide praise for his response to the September 11 attacks; named Time magazine's Person of the Year and honored as a Knight Commander of the British Empire by Queen Elizabeth II. 2002: Left the mayor's office and founded Giuliani Partners, a security consulting firm. March 2005: Joined the Texas law firm of Bracewell & Patterson as a partner. The firm is renamed Bracewell & Giuliani. Sources: CNN.com, Wikipedia.org, VoteSmart.org