Barbara Levy Boxer born 11 November 1940 junior U.S. senator from California and a member of the Democratic Party. She holds the record for the most popular votes in a disputed election in the state of California, which has received 6,955,728 votes in his 2004 re-election over former Republican Secretary of State Bill Jones.
Boxer worked as a stockbroker for the next three years, while her husband went to law school. Later the couple moved to Greenbrae, Marin County, California, and had two children, Doug and Nicole. Her daughter Nicole married Tony Rodham, brother of then-First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton, in a ceremony at the White House.The couple had a son, Zachary, and divorced in 2000.
Boxer was elected to U.S. House of Representatives in 1982 by defeating Dennis McQuaid. Her slogan was "Barbara Boxer Gives a Damn." In the hall, she represented California District 6 for five terms. Senator Boxer's predecessor, Democrat Alan Cranston, retired in 1992. She won the open seat contest in the U.S. Senate election that year.