Edward Clark - Politicians

Politicians

  • Edward Clark (MP), Member of Parliament for Hythe
  • Ed Clark (born 1930), American politician, Libertarian presidential candidate in 1980
  • Edward Clark (Australian politician) (1854–1933), Australian politician
  • Edward Clark (governor) (1815–1880), American politician, Governor of Texas
  • Edward Clark (Canadian politician) (born 1932), Canadian politician
  • Edward Clark (diplomat) (1906–1992), United States Ambassador to Australia, 1965–1968
  • Edward Henry Clark (1870–1932), New Zealand politician

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