Paul Johnson (politician) - Politics

Politics

  • Paul Johnson (Canadian politician) (born 1952), former MPP
  • Paul Johnson (American politician) (born 1959), former mayor of Phoenix, Arizona
  • Paul B. Johnson, Sr. (1880–1943), American politician, governor of Mississippi 1940–1943
  • Paul B. Johnson, Jr. (1916–1985), American politician, governor of Mississippi 1964–1968

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