Erin Morrow Hawley Wiki – Erin Morrow Hawley Biography
Erin Morrow Hawley is a senior legal fellow at Independent Women’s Law Center also the wife of Sen Josh Hawley, 40, an American lawyer and politician serving as the junior U.S. Senator from Missouri under the Republican party. Senator Hawley released a statement on Wednesday, December 30th claiming that he will object to President-elect Joe Biden’s electoral college win during a joint Congress session in January.
Erin and Josh Hawley reside in Columbia, Missouri but own a home in northern Virginia and purchased it when Hawley was elected to the US Senate.
Morrow Hawley is a senior legal fellow at Independent Women’s Law Center. She previously served as an Associate Professor of Law at the University of Missouri where she taught constitutional litigation, federal income tax, tax policy, and agricultural law.
Additionally, she practiced appellate law at King & Spalding LLP and Kirkland & Ellis LLP, both in Washington, DC.
Morrow Hawley also worked at the Department of Justice as counsel to Attorney General Michael Mukasey and served as a former clerk to Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr. of the Supreme Court.
Erin Morrow Hawley Age
Erin Morrow Hawley’s age is unknown.
Erin Morrow Hawley & Sen Josh Hawley – Children
The Hawley’s married in 2010 and have three children: Elijah, Blaise, and their newborn Abigail Hawley.
Morrow Hawley gave birth to their daughter Abigail the week of November 13, with her husband sharing the news on Facebook.
The US senator wrote: “Erin and I were blessed by the arrival of our daughter – Abigail – our third child and first girl! Momma and baby are both doing great.” He also shared a few pictures of their newborn writing: “bringing my girls home, baby and Momma.”
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Josh Hawley on 2020 Presidential Election
Senator Hawley released a statement on Wednesday, December 30th, claiming that he will object to President-elect Joe Biden’s electoral college win during a joint Congress session in January. He alleges that some states failed to follow their election laws and those tech companies interfered to favor Biden.
Senator Hawley will be the first senator to object to the certification, joining a group of House Republicans who agree on Trump’s baseless claims about widespread fraud.
In his statement, Hawley claims that “Congress failed to act” to prevent alleged voter fraud and that they should further investigate, writing: “Congress should investigate allegations of voter fraud and adopt measures to secure the integrity of our elections.”