Here's a look at the life of Bob Graham, former United States senator and governor of Florida (Democratic Party).
Personal: Birth date: November 9, 1936
Birthplace: Coral Gables, Florida
Birth name: Daniel Robert Graham
Father: Ernest "Cap" Graham, a Florida state senator, dairy farmer and cattle rancher
Mother: Hilda (Simmons) Graham, teacher
Marriage: Adele (Khoury) Graham (1959-present)
Children: Kendall, 1969; Suzanne, 1967; Cissy 1964; Gwendolyn, 1963
Education: University of Florida, B.A., 1959; Harvard Law School, LL.B., 1962
Other Facts: Graham's family operates dairy, beef cattle and pecan farms in Florida and Georgia.
Was the primary writer of portions of the Patriotic Act that deal with improving intelligence and intelligence sharing.
Co-chaired the congressional investigation into the September 11 attacks.
Voted against going to war with Iraq.
Timeline: 1966-1970 - Member of the Florida House of Representatives.
1970-1978 - Member of the Florida state Senate.
1979-1987 - Governor of Florida.
1987-2005 - U.S. Senator representing Florida.
February 2003 - Has heart surgery to fix a valve.
February 27, 2003 - Files papers to form a presidential campaign committee.
May 6, 2003 - Formally launches his presidential campaign.
October 6, 2003 - Announces he's dropping out of the presidential race.
November 3, 2003 - Announces that he will not seek re-election to the senate.
September 2004 - Graham's book "Intelligence Matters" is released.
2005-2006 - Senior Research Fellow, Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs at Harvard University.
2007 - Opens the Bob Graham Center for Public Service at the University of Florida.