See Some of Congress's Most Famous Faces — Back in Their Yearbook Days!
Back in the day, Sanders was just a teenager in Brooklyn — although we bet he was feeling the Bern even then. Now, of course, he's leading a political revolution and has supporters all over the country.
The Massachusetts law professor who's now a YouTube sensation in the Senate was a standout in high school, too: In her yearbook photo, she was pictured in the National Forensic League as one of the school's top public speakers.
As a student at the United States Naval Academy, McCain was known as the Navy's "John Wayne," according to the school's yearbook. He went on to be the 2008 Republican nominee for President, as well as a U.S. Senator from Arizona.
The longtime California senator in a longtime Californian, too! She attended high school in San Francisco and graduated in 1951. Feinstein has been serving in the U.S. Senate since 1992.
Before he teamed up with Hillary Clinton, he was a cheerleader at a Kansas City high school. Now, of course, we all know the Virginia Senator after his vice presidential run this year.
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This freshman senator from Nevada, is taking over for now-retired Senate minority leader Harry Reid. She will become the first-ever Latina to serve in the U.S. Senate.
In high school, McConnell was a member of the school's Key Club, a service organization. Today, he serves as the Senate Majority leader, representing the state of Kentucky.
Even as a high school student, Paul was no stranger to public life: At the time, his father, Ron Paul, was serving in the U.S. House of Representatives.