Who is Ben Quayle?
Ben Quayle is most known for his role as an American
politician as well a Republican U.S. Representative for the third congressional
district of Arizona.
Ben Quayle was born in Fort Wayne, Indiana on November 5,
1976 as the second son to his father, the former Vice President of the United
States. He was just born only three days after his father was elected into the
U.S. House of representatives. Ben Quayle often found himself visiting the
White House along with the rest of his family during the Regan presidency.
Ben Quayle attended Duke University and graduated with a
Bachelor of Arts in history in 1998 and then went on to receive his Juris
Doctor in 2002 from Vanderbilt University Law School.
After school, he worked as an associate in the Schulte Roth
and Zabel law firm and after the Snell & Wilmer law firm. He then became
the founder as well as the managing director of Tynwald Capital, which was a
law firm that specialized in acquiring and nurturing small businesses. He then became a APG-Southwest along with the
Managing Partner of the Arizona Branch of APG Security, which provided various
security services for businesses.
In the 2010 election, Ben Quayle ran for the seat of the 3rd
congressional district of Arizona, which he won by defeating Green Party
nominee Leonard Clark, Libertarian nominee Michael Shoen, and Democratic
nominee Jon Hulburd. He then succeeded 8-term Republican Representative John Shadegg
and took his place as a Representative.
As a representative, Ben Quayle currently sits on the
Committee on Science, Space & Technology
Subcommittee on Research & Science Education
Chairman of the Subcommittee on Technology &
Committee on the Judiciary
Vice Chair of the Subcommittee on Intellectual
Property, Competition, & the Internet
Subcommittee on Crime, Terrorism, & Homeland
Republican Study Committee
Committee on Homeland Security
Vice Chair Subcommittee on Border & Maritime
Subcommittee on Counterterrorism &
Some of Ben Quayle’s opinions on influential subjects
Opposition to the Patient Protection & Affordable
Care Act of 2010
Ben Quayle feels the act should be replaced with
medical tort reform.
Supports the second amendment which allows law abiding
citizens to possess and bear arms.
Suggests lowering taxes and revisiting
regulations that detriment job growth.
Promotes furthering education reform in order to
destroy bureaucratic roadblocks that prevent school teachers and administrators
from successfully doing their jobs.
Supports veteran’s benefits by providing quality
care for those who protect the country.