List of United States Political Families (C)

List Of United States Political Families (C)

The following is an alphabetical list of political families in the United States whose last name begins with C.

Read more about List Of United States Political Families (C):  The Cabaniss and McRaes, The Cabells, The Cables, The Cabots, The Cadwaladers, The Cadys, The Caffertas and Vucanoviches, The Cafferys, The Calabrese Family of Cleveland, Ohio, The Calhoons and McWillies, The Calhouns and Pickens, The Calls and Collins, The Calverts, The Camachos, The Camerons, The Camdens, The Campbells, The Campbells of South Carolina, The Campbells of South Carolina (II), The Campbells of Virginia, The Candlers, The Candlers of Georgia, The Cannons, The Cannons of Delaware, The Cantwells, The Capertons, The Cappers and Crawfords, The Cardins, The Cardozos, The Carews and Magners, The Careys, The Carlisles and Goodsons, The Carltons, The Carmichaels, The Carmichaels of Maryland, The Carnahans, The Carrs, The Carringtons and Prestons, The Carrolls, The Carrolls of Tennessee, The Carsons, The Carters of Georgia, The Carters of Kentucky, The Carters, Graysons, Monroes, Orrs, and Smallwoods, The Carterets, The Cases, The Cases and Holts, The Caseys, The Casses and Ballengers, The Castors, The Catrons, The Catts, The Celebrezzes, The Chafees, The Chaffees and Grants, The Chalmers, The Chambers, The Chambers and Coxes, The Chamberlains, The Chandlers, The Chandlers of Maine, The Chandlers of Tennessee, The Chandlers and Hales, The Chanlers, The Chapmans, The Chases and Spragues, The Chavezes and Tristanis, The Cheathams, The Cheathams and Whites, The Cheneys, The Chesnuts and Millers, The Childs and Hawleys, The Chiles and Hagans, The Chiles and Trumans, The Chiltons, The Chiltons of West Virginia, The Chinns and Withers, The Chiperfields, The Chipmans, The Choates, The Churches and Clarks, The Cilleys, The Clagetts and Pettengills, The Claibornes and Dallases, The Clancys, The Clardys, The Clarks, The Clarks of Georgia and Texas, The Clarks of Kentucky, Missouri, and Virginia, The Clarks of Missouri, The Clarks, Collins, Cooks, and Higgins, The Clarks and Coopers, The Clarks and Pidcocks, The Clarks and Ruckers, The Clarks and Williams, The Clarkes, The Clasons, The Claussens and Giffords, The Clays, The Clays of Missouri, The Clays and Stiles, The Claypools and Petersons, The Claytons, The Clements, The Clements of Georgia, The Clevelands, The Cliffords, The Cliffords of Maine, The Clintons, The Clintons and Rodhams, The Cloughs and Hartleys, The Clyburns and Murrays, The Cobbs, The Coburns, The Cochrans and Dobbins, The Cochranes and Van Schaicks, The Cocks and Hicks, The Cockes, The Cockrans and Ides, The Coddingtons, The Coggs, The Cohens of Philadelphia, The Cokes, The Colbys, The Coles, The Coles of Virginia, The Coles, Rutherfoords, and Stevensons, The Colemans, The Colfaxes, Holmeses, and Wades, The Colliers and Halls, The Collins and Hardmans, The Colons and Mayorals, The Colquitts and Lanes, The Colvins, The Comegys and Ridgelys, The Comers, Blounts, and Lathrops, The Comptons and Keys, The Comstocks and Russells, The Condicts and Cutlers, The Condits, The Congers, The Conklings, The Connells, The Connerys, The Conrads and Schafers, The Contees, Hansons, Kents, Pratts, and Worthingtons, The Conways and Seviers, The Conys, The Cooks and Edwards, The Cooks, and Thometzes, The Cookerlys, Hughes, and McLeans, The Coolidges, The Coolidges of Massachusetts, The Coombs, The Coopers, The Coopers of Delaware, The Coopers of Kentucky, The Coopers of Tennessee, The Coopers, Bryces, Hewitts, and Tiemanns, The Coopers and Nisbets, The Coopers and Wileys, The Copelands, The Córdovas of Puerto Rico, The Cornells, The Cornings, The Corrigans, The Corwins, The Couderts, Rands, and Tracys, The Coughlins, The Couzens, The Cowgills, The Cowles and Holdens, The Coxes, The Cramtons, The Cranes, The Cranes of New Jersey and Ohio, The Cranstons, The Cranstons of Rhode Island, The Cravens, The Cravens of Indiana, The Crawfords, The Cresaps, The Crisfields and Pages, The Crisps, The Crittendens, The Crocherons, The Crocketts, The Crocketts of Michigan, The Crofts, The Crofts of Alaska, The Crows, The Crowninshields, The Crumpackers, The Cuellars, The Culbersons, The Culloms, The Culvers, The Cummings, The Cuomos, The Curleys, The Currys, The Curtins, Greggs, and McLanahans, The Cushings and Wildes, The Cuthberts, The Cuylers and Lows

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