- Adam M. Brown (1826–1901), mayor of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania in 1901
- Benjamin Gratz Brown (1826–1885), governor of Missouri
- Charlie Brown (California politician) (born 1949), candidate for Congress in northern California
- Edward and Elaine Brown, New Hampshire tax protesters
- Elon R. Brown (1857–1922), President pro tem of the New York State Senate 1915-1918
- Eric Brown (judge), Chief Justice of the Ohio Supreme Court
- several people named George Brown, including:
- George Brown, Jr. (1920–1999), U.S. congressman from California
- George Houston Brown (1810–1865), represented New Jersey 's 4th congressional district from 1853 to 1855
- Harold Brown (Secretary of Defense) (born 1927), American physicist
- Henry Billings Brown (1836–1914), U.S. Supreme Court justice
- Henry E. Brown, Jr. (born 1935), U.S. congressman from South Carolina
- James Brown (Louisiana) (1766–1835), U.S. senator from Louisiana
- James S. Brown (1824–1878), mayor of Milwaukee, Wisconsin and U.S. Representative from Wisconsin
- J. E. "Buster" Brown (born 1940), Texas state senator
- Jerry Brown (born 1938), governor of California from 1975–1983
- John Brown (Kentucky) (1757–1837), member of Continental Congress from Virginia
- John Brown (Maryland) (c.1760-1815), United States congressman from Maryland
- John Brown (North Carolina) (1737–1812), pioneer and statesman from North Carolina
- John Brown (Pennsylvania) (1772–1845), United States congressman from Pennsylvania
- John Brown (Rhode Island) (1736–1803), United States congressman from Rhode Island
- John Brewer Brown (1836–1898), United States congressman from Maryland
- John C. Brown (1827–1889), Tennessee governor
- John Robert Brown (judge) (1909–1993), a member of the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit
- John W. Brown (New York politician) (1796–1875), United States congressman from New York
- John William Brown (1913–1993), governor of Ohio for eleven days in 1957
- John Y. Brown, Sr. (1900–1985), United States congressman from Kentucky
- John Y. Brown, Jr. (born 1933), Democratic governor of Kentucky from 1979 to 1983
- Joseph E. Brown (1821–1894), governor of American state of Georgia
- Joseph O. Brown (1848–1903), mayor of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania from 1901–1903
- Melissa Brown (politician), ophthalmologist and several-time candidate from Pennsylvania for the United States House of Representatives
- Pat Brown (1905–1996), governor of California from 1959–1967
- Raleigh Brown (1921–2009), Texas House of Representatives and state judge
- Scott Brown, U.S. senator from Massachusetts
- Sherrod Brown (born 1952), U.S. senator from Ohio
- Thomas Brown (Florida politician) (1785–1867), American politician
- W. K. Brown (ca. 1923-2011), Louisiana state representative
- Willie Brown (politician) (born 1934), American mayor of San Francisco
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Famous quotes related to united states:
“In the United States theres a Puritan ethic and a mythology of success. He who is successful is good. In Latin countries, in Catholic countries, a successful person is a sinner.”
—Umberto Eco (b. 1932)
“What the United States does best is to understand itself. What it does worst is understand others.”
—Carlos Fuentes (b. 1928)
“... while one-half of the people of the United States are robbed of their inherent right of personal representation in this freest country on the face of the globe, it is idle for us to expect that the men who thus rob women will not rob each other as individuals, corporations and Government.”
—Susan B. Anthony (18201906)
“Steal away and stay away.
Dont join too many gangs. Join few if any.
Join the United States and join the family
But not much in between unless a college.”
—Robert Frost (18741963)