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Matt Boehnke

Matt Boehnke is a Republican member of the Washington State House of Representatives. Boehnke, former Lieutenant Colonel of the U.S. army, was first elected to the state Legislature in 2018, is running against Democratic candidate Christopher Tra ...

Jeanne McNeill

Jeanne. McNeill is a Democratic member of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives. She was elected to replace her deceased husband, Rep. Daniel McNeill, who died while in office.

Robert Merski

Merski was born and grew up in Erie, Pennsylvania. He attended Cathedral Preparatory School and graduated from Mercyhurst University with a degree in education. He later received a masters degree from Wilkes University and worked as a social stud ...

Mike Dugan (politician)

Mike Dugan is an American politician who is currently serving in the Georgia State Senate, as the Republican Majority leader representing the 38th District.

Jon Morgan (New Hampshire politician)

Jon Morgan is an American politician from the state of New Hampshire. A Democrat, Morgan represents the 23rd district in the New Hampshire Senate, following his defeat of incumbent Republican Bill Gannon in 2018. His district covers nine towns in ...

John Reilly (Michigan politician)

John M. Reilly is a Republican member of the Michigan House of Representatives. Reilly is the owner of a log home handyman, home business services. As a state representative, Riley sponsored a bill that would eliminate state requirements for the ...

Doug A. Ringler

Doug A. Ringler is the Michigan Auditor General. Ringler was appointed to the Michigan legislature takes effect from 9 June 2014. Ringler has held leadership positions in state government for 26 years to 2019. The bell ringer was called the "inte ...

Iris Rudder

Iris Rudder is an American politician. She serves as a Republican member of the Tennessee House of Representatives the 39th District, which accompanies Moore County along with parts of Franklin and Marion Counties. She was last elected November 6 ...

Jason Sheppard

Jason M. Sheppard is an American politician from Michigan. Sheppard is a Republican member of the Michigan House of Representatives from District 56.

Reggie Smith (Texas politician)

Smith graduated from Austin College with a B.S. in Political Science in 1991, while attending the school he was a member of the Pi Gamma Mu Honor Society. Smith received a degree in law from South Texas College of Law, he then was admitted into t ...

William Sowerby (politician)

William J. Sowerby is an American politician from Michigan. Sowerby is a Democratic member of Michigan House of Representatives from District 31.

Jean Stanfield

Jean Stanfield is an American politician who was elected to the New Jersey General Assembly to represent the 8th Legislative District on November 5, 2019. Stanfield previously served as Sheriff of Burlington County from 2002 to 2019.

Wendi Thomas

Thomas previously served on the school board for the Council Rock School District. Thomas ran in a special election to replace outgoing State Representative Scott Petri, who resigned his seat to become the executive director of the Philadelphia P ...

Todd Huston (Indiana politician)

Todd Huston is a Republican member of the Indiana House of Representatives representing the 37th district where he has served since 2012. He previously served on the Hamilton Southeastern School Board from 2002 to 2005, the Indiana State Board of ...

Norman Tregenza

Norman Tregenza from Conway, New Hampshire is a Republican former member of the New Hampshire House of Representatives. He represented the Carroll 2nd district from 2010 to 2012. He is also an occasional substitute teacher for Kennett High School ...

Vincent Gray

Vincent Gray may refer to: Vincent R. Gray 1922–2018, New Zealand global warming skeptic. Vincent C. Gray born 1942, American politician and former mayor of Washington, D.C.

Freda Warfield

Freda Warfield is an American politician currently serving as a member of the Kansas House of Representatives, as the representative of the 58th District in Topeka, Kansas. She was selected by Democratic Party precinct committee members on Dec. 2 ...

David H. Watters

David H. Watters is an American politician from the state of New Hampshire. A Democrat, Watters has represented the 4th district in the New Hampshire Senate since 2012. Prior to his election to the Senate, he served two terms in the New Hampshire ...

Michael Webber (politician)

Michael J. Webber is a Republican member of the Michigan House of Representatives. Before being elected to the state Legislature, Webber was elected in November 2007 and served in the Rochester hills city Council for seven years. Webber held the ...

Wendell Walker

Walker is a prominent leader in the Republican party, and has held positions in local and state committees, including the chair of the Lynchburg Republican Committee.

Angela Witwer

Angela Kaye Witwer is a Democratic member of the Michigan House of Representatives. Before being elected to the Legislative Assembly, Witwer co-founder of edge partnerships, public relations, marketing and advocacy group.

Michael Zabel

Michael Zabel is a Democratic member of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives. He has represented the 163rd district since 2019. After graduating from preparatory school St Josephs in 1996, Zabel went on to earn a bachelors degree from Colleg ...

Constitution Party (United States) federal candidates in 2010

Bill Lussenheide: U.S. House of Representatives District 45. Don Grundmann: U.S. Senate. Jerry Denham: U.S. House of Representatives District 10. John Smith: U.S. House of Representatives District 39.

Third-party and independent candidates for the 1996 United States presidential election

This article contains lists of official and potential third party and independent candidates associated with the 1996 United States presidential election. "Third party" is a term commonly used in the United States in relation to political parties ...

Minor party and independent candidates for the 2020 United States presidential election

The following political parties, and independent candidates, currently have ballot access to less than 270 electoral votes. These parties and/or their nominees will need to conduct ballot access drives in order to have a theoretical chance of win ...

David Duke 1988 presidential campaign

The 1988 presidential campaign of David Duke, Grand Wizard in the Ku Klux Klan and notable perennial candidate, was formally launched on June 8, 1987 as Duke announced his intention to seek the Democratic Party nomination for the presidency of th ...

Maurice Mitchell (activist)

Maurice Mitchell is an American activist and musician, currently serving as the National Director of the Working Families Party, a progressive political party known for cross-endorsing candidates through fusion voting. Mitchell has served in the ...

List of Hawaii politicians

Below is a List of Hawaii politicians from the monarchical, republican, territorial, and statehood eras of history who have articles devoted to them on Wikipedia. Also listed are politicians who were born and raised in Hawaii but have assumed pol ...

Kyle Hall

Hall was born September 5, 1990, and raised in Stokes County, North Carolina. He was educated in North Carolinas state public school systems, beginning at Pinnacle Elementary, working his way through community college, and earning a Bachelor of A ...

Kiersten Todt

Keirsten Todt is the resident scholar at the University of Pittsburgh in Washington, DC with the Institute for Cyber Law, Policy, and Security and was appointed for this position on June 1, 2017. Before taking this position, she worked under Bara ...

Mark Cochran

Mark Cochran was elected to represent District 23 in the Tennessee House of Representatives as part of the 111 th general assembly in November of 2018. He was preceded by republican representative John W. Forgety after he had served in the 107 th ...

Appletons Pulpit

Appletons Pulpit is a historic landmark in Saugus, Massachusetts, United States. It is the location where Major Samuel Appleton is said to have made a speech denouncing the tyranny of Colonial Governor Sir Edmund Andros.

Gov. Samuel Ashe Grave

Gov. Samuel Ashe Grave is a historic grave site located near Rocky Point, Pender County, North Carolina. The grave is located in the Ashe family cemetery. It is the grave of Governor Samuel Ashe and is marked by an eight-foot by four-foot granite ...

Patrick Calhoun Family Cemetery

The Patrick Calhoun Family Cemetery, located in Abbeville County, South Carolina, contains the graves of Patrick Calhoun and members of his family, who settled in Abbeville County in the 1750s. While Patrick achieved some fame as an Indian fighte ...

Delano, Pennsylvania

Delano is located at 40°50′23″N 76°4′16″W 40.839633, -76.071032. According to the census Bureau United States, the CDP has a total area of 0.6 square miles 1.6 km 2, all of it land.

Chris Dodd 2008 presidential campaign

The 2008 presidential campaign of Chris Dodd was launched on January 11, 2007 and ended on January 3, 2008 after a sixth-place finish in the Iowa caucuses. Dodd, the Senior Senator from Connecticut, sought the nomination of the Democratic Party f ...

Drayton Island

Drayton Island is a privately owned heavily wooded island at the northern end of Lake George on the west side of the Saint Johns Rivers main channel in Putnam County, Florida, United States. Drayton island, during the steamboat on the river St. J ...

Duvall Farm

The Duvall Farm is a farm located in North Laurel, Howard County, Maryland, now the site of Coastal Sunbelt Produce. Duvall farm is a historic farm, a descendant of one of the first settlers in Marylands, Mareen Duvall 1625-1699. Farm-Duvall is l ...

Eyre family

The Eyre family refers to the descendants of George Eyre and Mary Smith Eyre who comprised a political and business dynasty prominent in the Northeastern United States from the colonial era to the early 20th century. During the American Revolutio ...

Clivedon Hall

Clivedon Hall was an estate located along the shore of the Potomac River in Charles County, Maryland. Today the site is situated about 3 miles north of the U.S. Route 301 bridge leading into Virginia. It stands along the outskirts of the resident ...

Fendall-Dent-Worthington family political line

The Fendall-Dent-Worthington family is a family of politicians from the United States. Below is a list of members: S. Hubert Dent, Jr. 1869–1938, Prosecuting Attorney of Montgomery County, Alabama 1902–1909, U.S. Representative from Alabama 1909– ...

Gilmanton, New Hampshire

Gilmanton is a town in Belknap County, New Hampshire, United States. The population was 3.777 at the 2010 census. Gilmanton includes the villages of Gilmanton Corners and Gilmanton Ironworks. The town became well known in the 1950s after it was r ...

Haywood, North Carolina

Haywood is an unincorporated community in southeastern Chatham County, North Carolina, United States. It is part of the Moncure census-designated place. Along with several other unincorporated communities, it lies along the panhandle of Chatham C ...

List of Hunt family members of Vermont

This list of Hunt family members of Vermont includes notable members of an American family that was involved in political and fine arts circles in the 18th, 19th, and 20th centuries. The family was primarily based in the town of Brattleboro, Vermont.