Some articles on united states, united states senator, senators, state:
... Office and jurisdiction Year Notes Thomas Jefferson President of the United States 1796 Won in 1800, 1804 Martin Van Buren President of the United States 1848 Ran ... Breckinridge President of the United States 1860 Ran as Southern Democrat 1860 Thomas A ... Elected 1872 Adlai Stevenson Governor of Illinois 1908 Garret Hobart United States Senator from New Jersey 1883 At the time Senators were chosen by the state legislature ...
... The speakers included Madeleine Albright, former United States Secretary of State Tom Allen, candidate for United States Senate from Maine Evan Bayh, United States ... Clyburn, United States House of Representatives Majority Whip Elijah Cummings, United States Representative from Maryland Richard M ... Daley, Mayor of Chicago Tom Daschle, former United States Senator from South Dakota Artur Davis, United States Representative from Alabama Rosa DeLauro ...
... Dale Alford, United States Representative from Arkansas (Democrat) Clarence C ... Parey Branton, Louisiana state legislator (Democrat) ... Robert Byrd, United States Senator, West Virginia (Democrat) ...
... Year Notes Thomas Jefferson President of the United States 1796 Won in 1800, 1804 Andrew Jackson President of the United States 1824 Won in 1828, 1832 Martin Van Buren ... Polk President of the United States 1848 Lost to Zachary Taylor ... William Henry Harrison Governor of Ohio 1820 Lost to Ethan Allen Brown United States Representative 1822 Lost to James W ...
... Governor of Georgia, 1943-1947 Doug Barnard - United States Representative, Georgia's 10th Congressional district, 1977-1993 Brad Bryant - Superintendent of the Georgia public schools ... Candler - Governor of Georgia, 1898–1902 United States Representative, Georgia's 9th Congressional district, 1883–1891 namesake of Candler County, Georgia Cathy Cox - Georgia Secretary of State, 1999–2007 ... Cox - United States Representative, Georgia's 2nd Congressional district, 1925-1952 Martin J ...
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