American Public Officials
- John P. Kennedy (1795–1870), politician, administrator, and novelist
- John Alexander Kennedy (1803–1873), law-enforcement administrator
- John J. Kennedy (Republic of Texas politician) (1814–1880), soldier and law-enforcement officer
- John L. Kennedy (1854–1946), politician and jurist
- John J. Kennedy (New York State Treasurer) (c. 1857–1914), politician
- John Francis Kennedy (1905–1994), politician
- John Kennedy (Pennsylvania politician) member of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives, 1981–1988
- John Neely Kennedy (born 1951), Louisiana politician
- John Kennedy (Utah politician) (1847–?), member of the Utah state legislature
- John Paul Kennedy, judge in Salt Lake County, Utah
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