Congressional Candidate

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Gil Cedillo - Career - Politics - Congressional Candidate
... Cedillo officially announced his candidacy for the 32nd Congressional District seat on January 8, 2009, which was vacated by Congresswoman Hilda Solis ... of other major endorsements, including eight members of California's Congressional Delegation, LA Sheriff Lee Baca, Los Angeles Police Chief Bill Bratton ... Cedillo served as chairman of California's Latino Congressional Caucus ...
African-American Republicans - S
... South Carolina (Appointed 2013) and former Representative, South Carolina's 1st Congressional District Marvin Scott ... Congressional Candidate Winsome Sears ... Former member of the Virginia House of Delegates, 2004 Congressional Candidate Robert Smalls, South Carolina Joshua I ...
Speaker Of The Indiana House Of Representatives - List of Speakers (Since Statehood, 1816-)
... of the House after Statehood State Supreme Court Justice (1817–53) Candidate for Governor U.S ... Later Supreme Court Justice (1831–36) 1846 Gubernatorial Candidate Robert Morgan Evans Adams Supporter Princeton, Gibson County December 5, 1825 January 21, 1826 (1783–1844) 1833 ... serve three terms (non-consecutive) Attorney-General (1822) 1828 Gubernatorial Candidate 1833 Congressional Candidate Isaac Howk Adams Supporter Clark County ...
Andrew Horne - Congressional Candidate
... In 2006, Horne was a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Kentucky's 3rd congressional district seat ... Iraq War veteran and former United States Senate candidate Paul Hackett ... He would then go on to receive endorsements from former congressional district 3 seat holder Mike Ward and General Wesley Clark ...

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