Sen. Ron Johnson, R-Wis., announced he would be celebrating his 68th birthday on Jan. 6, 2018, and he has put together a photo album of his photos from the campaign trail.
The Hill obtained the album, which is titled ‘A Day at the Races,’ for free from Johnson’s campaign website.
Johnson announced his retirement in August and has spent his time traveling the country with his wife, Jocelyn, who is also running for president.
The former U.S. attorney from New Hampshire was one of the most vocal opponents of the Affordable Care Act, which became law in March 2010.
He has called the healthcare law a disaster.
In a Facebook post in July, Johnson said he was “proud to retire” and that he wanted to thank all of his supporters for their support.
Johnson was first elected to Congress in 1968.
In 2009, he was elected to the House of Representatives, which he held for 12 years.
In 2018, he became the first member of Congress to receive a Purple Heart, and in 2017, he received the Medal of Freedom.
Johnson said his favorite picture was a photo of him with a man on a golf cart during a visit to the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
The senator also took a photo with his children and their dogs.