Jan C Ting

  Male      American      Politician

  Born : Dec 17, 1948  

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Jan Ching-an Ting (born December 17, 1948) is a Professor of Law at Temple University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He was the Republican candidate for U.S. Senator from Delaware in the 2006 U.S. Senate election, but two years later Ting left the Republican Party in a dispute over his endorsement of Democratic presidential nominee Barack Obama.

Ting was born in Ann Arbor, Michigan, son of Dr. Sik Woo Ting, a Chinese immigrant who came to the United States in 1938 with his wife, to continue their studies after the Japanese invasion of China. His father received his medical degree from the University of Michigan in 1943, and joined the U.S. Army as a medical officer during World War II and saw action at the Battle of the Bulge and the Battle for Germany. Dr. Sik Woo Ting received his U.S. citizenship while on active duty with the U.S. Army in France in 1945.

Ting was appointed by Governor Michael N. Castle as Chairman of the Delaware State Personnel Commission. In 2006 he was endorsed by the Delaware Republican convention as the party’s candidate in the 2006 U.S. Senate election. Ting narrowly defeated primary opponent Michael D. Protack for the nomination, and was himself defeated by incumbent U.S. Senator Thomas R. Carper in the November 2006 election. Ting has also been a regional GOP chair and three-time representative to the Republican national convention...

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