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Senator Barrett

Senator Barrett may refer to: Elisha T. Barrett 1902–1966, New York State Senate Debby Barrett fl. 2000s–2010s, Montana State Senate Dan Barrett politician fl. 2000s–2010s, North Carolina State Senate John Barrett Missouri politician 1915–2000, M ...

                                               

Michigans 27th Senate district

Michigans 27th Senate district is one of 38 districts in the Michigan Senate. It has been represented by Democrat Jim Ananich, the current Senate Minority Leader, since 2013.

                                               

Michigans 33rd Senate district

Michigans 33rd Senate district is one of 38 districts in the Michigan Senate. It has been represented by Republican Rick Outman since 2019, succeeding fellow Republican Judy Emmons.

                                               

Senator Hansen

Senator Hansen may refer to: Bill Hansen born 1931, Wyoming State Senate Matt Hansen born 1988, Idaho State Senate Tom Hansen Nebraska politician born 1946, Nebraska State Senate William C. Hansen 1891–1983, Wisconsin State Senate Ira Hansen born ...

                                               

Senator Norton

Senator Norton may refer to: Eugene L. Norton 1825–1880, Massachusetts State Senate Daniel M. Norton 1840s–1918, Virginia State Senate William Harrison Norton, Missouri State Senate Daniel Sheldon Norton 1829–1870, Minnesota State Senate and U.S. ...

                                               

Senator Day

Senator Day may refer to: Clint Day fl. 1990s, Georgia State Senate Ann Day 1938–2016, Arizona State Senate Dick Day born 1937, Minnesota State Senate Rita Heard Days born 1950, Missouri State Senate Albert R. Day 1861–?, Maine State Senate Frank ...

                                               

John Hines

John Hines may refer to: John L. Hines 1868–1968, Chief of Staff of the US Army John L. Hines Jr. 1905–1986, his son, officer in the United States Army John Hines NASCAR owner, former NASCAR race car owner John Hines Wyoming politician born 1936, ...

                                               

Senator Bates

Senator Bates may refer to: Patricia Bates born 1939, California State Senate Sanford Bates 1884–1982, Massachusetts State Senate Gail H. Bates born 1945, Maryland State Senate Henry C. Bates 1843–1909, Vermont State Senate David Bates politician ...

                                               

Jean A. Turnage

Jean A. Turnage was the Chief Justice of the Montana Supreme Court from 1985 until 2000. He was born in St. Ignatius, Montana. He served in the United States Army Air Corps after high school. He studied on the G.I. Bill at Montana State Universit ...

                                               

Senator Ericson

Senator Ericson or Erickson may refer to: LeRoy Erickson 1926–1997, North Dakota State Senate Edward Charles Ericson 1856–1910, South Dakota State Senate E. W. Ericson 1858–1951, South Dakota State Senate Oscar E. Erickson 1884–1945, North Dakota ...

                                               

Senator Farley

Senator Farley may refer to: Steve Farley born 1962, Arizona State Senate Frances Farley 1923–2004, Utah State Senate James T. Farley 1829–1886, U.S. Senator from California E. Wilder Farley 1817–1880, Maine State Senate Frank S. Farley 1901–1977 ...

                                               

Harriet Ruiz

Ruiz was appointed to the New Mexico House of Representatives in 2004 to fill the seat left vacant by her husband. to represent the 16th district, which includes the West Mesa area of Albuquerque, New Mexico. Ruiz served until 2006, and was succe ...

                                               

Dorothy Rosenman

Rosenman was born Dorothy Ruben in New York City. She graduated from the Montessori Training School in 1918, while also attending Columbia University.

                                               

Henry Cardozo

Cardozos mother was African American and Native American, a former slave. His father was Sephardic jewish. He had two sisters, Lydia and Eslander. His brothers Thomas W. Cardozo and Francis Lewis Cardozo, were educators and became politicians dur ...

                                               

Senator Owen

Senator Owen may refer to: William E. Owen 1888–1976, Wisconsin State Senate Walter C. Owen 1868–1934, Wisconsin State Senate John J. Owen 1859–1933, Virginia State Senate Robert Latham Owen 1856–1947, U.S. Senator from Oklahoma from 1907 to 1925 ...

                                               

The Lords my Shepherd

"The Lords my Shepherd" is a Christian hymn. It is a metrical psalm commonly attributed to the English Puritan Francis Rous and based on the text of Psalm 23 in the Bible. The hymn first appeared in the Scottish Psalter in 1650. It is commonly su ...

                                               

Senator Cole (disambiguation)

Cornelius Cole was a U.S. Senator from California from 1867 to 1873. Senator Cole may also refer to: Bill Cole politician born 1956, West Virginia State Senate Tom Cole born 1949, Oklahoma State Senate Samuel Cole politician 1856–1935, Massachuse ...

                                               

William Beverly Nash

William Beverly Nash was a state senator in South Carolina during the Reconstruction Era. The Smithsonian has a pinback button featuring his visage. He also appears in a composite image composed of albumen silver print photographs of 63 South Car ...

                                               

Senator OConnor

Senator OConnor may refer to: Senator OConnor College School, named for Frank Patrick OConnor Edmund OConnor 1848–1898, New York State Senate Frank D. OConnor 1909–1992, New York State Senate Edward T. OConnor Jr. born 1942, New Jersey State Sena ...

                                               

Dave Gregson

Dave Gregson, is a disability rights and anti-bullying campaigner. He is best known for winning a tribunal case against his former employer, United Response, who state on their website that they are "a top 100 charity committed to making life bet ...

                                               

Seema Rizvi

Seema Rizvi was an Indian politician. She was a leader of the Bharatiya Janata Party from Uttar Pradesh. She was a member of Uttar Pradesh Legislative Council. Rizvi served as a Minister of State with Independent charge for Electronics and Inform ...

                                               

Krishnadev Prasad Gaud

Krishnadev Prasad Gaud also known as Bedhab Banarasi was an Indian Bhojpuri poet and professor. He was the principal of DAV College Varanasi and the member of State Legislative Council of Uttar Pradesh.

                                               

Benjamin Rush Floyd

Benjamin Rush Floyd was an American lawyer and politician. Floyd was born in Montgomery County, Virginia, His brother was John B. Floyd, Governor of Virginia. Floyd went to Georgetown University in Washington, D.C. and practiced law in Wytheville ...

                                               

Washingtons 9th legislative district

Washingtons 9th Legislative District is one of forty-nine districts in Washington state for representation in the state legislature. The sprawling rural district includes all of Adams, Asotin, Franklin, Garfield, and Whitman counties as well as p ...

                                               

1997–98 Wisconsin Badgers mens basketball team

The 1997–98 Wisconsin Badgers mens basketball team represented the University of Wisconsin–Madison as a member of the Big Ten Conference during the 1997-98 NCAA Division I mens basketball season. Head coach Dick Bennett completed his third season ...

                                               

Senator Jenkins

Senator Jenkins may refer to: Scott K. Jenkins born 1950, Utah State Senate Clark Jenkins born 1948, North Carolina State Senate Bruce Sterling Jenkins born 1927, Utah State Senate Lynn Jenkins born 1963, Kansas State Senate John Jenkins American ...

                                               

Floor leaders of the House of Representatives of the Philippines

The House of Representatives Majority and Minority Leaders are the two members of the House of Representatives of the Philippines who are elected by their respective parties or coalitions as their official leaders. They serve as the chief spokesm ...

                                               

SFC Richard Stayskal Military Medical Accountability Act of 2019

The SFC Richard Stayskal Military Medical Accountability Act of 2019, allows active duty members in the Armed Forces to file medical malpractice claims against the Department of Defense for injuries and deaths caused by medical malpractice at DOD ...

                                               

Dail vote for Taoiseach

The Taoiseach is the head of the Government of Ireland. Under Article 13 of the Constitution of Ireland, the Taoiseach is appointed by the President of Ireland on the nomination of Dail Eireann, the lower house of the Oireachtas. The Taoiseach mu ...

                                               

Sean Hayes (disambiguation)

Sean Hayes is an American actor best known for his role as Jack McFarland in the sitcom Will & Grace. Sean Hayes may also refer to: Sean Hayes Tipperary politician 1890–1968, Fianna Fail TD for Tipperary, later a senator Sean Hayes Gaelic footbal ...

                                               

Thiruvalla (State Assembly constituency)

Thiruvalla State assembly constituency is one of the 140 state legislative assembly constituencies at the state Kerala in southern India. It is also one of the 7 state legislative assembly constituencies included in the Pathanamthitta Lok Sabha c ...

                                               

Piravom (State Assembly constituency)

Piravom State assembly constituency is one of the 140 state legislative assembly constituencies in Kerala state in southern India. It is also one of the 7 state legislative assembly constituencies included in the Kottayam Lok Sabha constituency. ...

                                               

Esther Fadul

Esther Mercedes Fadul de Sobrino was an Argentine politician. She was elected to the Chamber of Deputies in 1951 as one of the first group of female parliamentarians in Argentina.

                                               

Elena Aida Fernicola

Elena Aida Fernicola was an Argentine politician. She was elected to the Chamber of Deputies in 1951 as one of the first group of female parliamentarians in Argentina.

                                               

Otilia Villa Maciel

Otilia Villa Maciel de Como was an Argentine politician. She was elected to the Chamber of Deputies in 1951 as one of the first group of female parliamentarians in Argentina.

                                               

Isabel Torterola

Isabel Antonia Torterola de Roselli was an Argentine politician. She was elected to the Chamber of Deputies in 1951 as one of the first group of female parliamentarians in Argentina.

                                               

Angelica Esperanza Dacunda

Angelica Esperanza Dacunda was an Argentine politician. She was elected to the Chamber of Deputies in 1951 as one of the first group of female parliamentarians in Argentina.

                                               

Maria Urbelina Tejada

Maria Urbelina Tejada was an Argentine politician. She was elected to the Chamber of Deputies in 1951 as one of the first group of female parliamentarians in Argentina.

                                               

Carmen Salaber

Carmen Salaber de Montesinos was an Argentine politician. She was elected to the Chamber of Deputies in 1951 as one of the first group of female parliamentarians in Argentina.

                                               

Ana Carmen Macri

Ana Carmen Macri is an Argentine former politician. She was elected to the Chamber of Deputies in 1951 as one of the first group of female parliamentarians in Argentina.

                                               

Paulina Escardo

Paulina Escardo de Colombo Berra was an Argentine politician. She was elected to the Chamber of Deputies in 1951 as one of the first group of female parliamentarians in Argentina.

                                               

Francisca Ana Flores

Francisca Ana Flores was an Argentine politician. She was elected to the Chamber of Deputies in 1951 as one of the first group of female parliamentarians in Argentina.

                                               

Juana Alicia Espejo

Juana Alicia Espejo de Ramos was an Argentine politician. She was elected to the Chamber of Deputies in 1951 as one of the first group of female parliamentarians in Argentina.

                                               

Matilde Gaeta

Dora Matilde Gaeta de Iturbe was an Argentine politician. She was elected to the Chamber of Deputies in 1951 as one of the first group of female parliamentarians in Argentina.

                                               

2021 President of the Chamber of Deputies of Brazil election

An election for the President of the Chamber of Deputies of Brazil will take place on 1 February 2021, during the opening day of the 3rd Session of the 56th Legislature of the National Congress. Incumbent President Rodrigo Maia cant run for re-el ...

                                               

Laurence Arribage

Laurence Arribage is a French politician and communications advisor. She is a member of the Union for a Popular Movement party. She served as member of parliament from 2014 to 2017. She is deputy mayor of Toulouse since 2014. She was also elected ...

                                               

Philippine House Committee on Ethics and Privileges

The Philippine House Committee on Ethics and Privileges, or House Ethics and Privileges Committee is a standing committee of the Philippine House of Representatives.

                                               

Philippine House Committee on Agrarian Reform

The Philippine House Committee on Agrarian Reform, or House Agrarian Reform Committee is a standing committee of the Philippine House of Representatives.

                                               

Philippine House Committee on Dangerous Drugs

The Philippine House Committee on Dangerous Drugs, or House Dangerous Drugs Committee is a standing committee of the Philippine House of Representatives.

                                               

Carlito Marquez

Carlito Marquez born July 21, 1942 is a Filipino politician. In 2016, Lito was Elected as Representative of the Lone District of Aklan. During his term as Legislator, one local law was passed entitled Republic Act 11077; An Act Reapportioning the ...