Former U.S. senator and Democratic presidential candidate Bob Graham will be among the visiting fellows at Harvard University's Institute of Politics this fall, the school said Tuesday.
Graham, a Florida Democrat and former head of the Senate Intelligence Committee, retired last year after pursuing his party's presidential nomination, which was won by Sen. John Kerry. Graham served 17 years in the Senate.
He joins Benjamin Ginsberg, a campaign lawyer for President Bush in 2000 and 2004; Cheryl Jacques, former executive director of the Human Rights Campaign and a longtime Massachusetts state senator; Adam Nagourney, chief political correspondent for The New York Times; former U.S. Rep. Martin Frost, D-Texas; Lisa Davis, top communications counsel for the Clinton-Gore 1996 re-election campaign; and veteran Republican strategist Joe Gaylord.
Fellows lead weekly, not-for-credit study groups on a variety of political topics. The institute is located at the John F. Kennedy School of Government.