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  1. Former U.S. Senator From New York (1981-1999)Holds the second longest filibuster was conducted by U.S. Sen. Alfonse D'Amato of New York, who spoke for 23 hours and 30 minutes to stall debate on an important military bill in 1986
  2. US Congressman from New Hampshire
  3. Republican. Presidential Elector for California, 1956.
  4. Former Congressman from CT 1959-71
  5. Fmr United States Congressman
  6. U.S. Representative from Pennsylvania
  7. Under Secretary of State
  8. John Dailey  (2)
    Mayor of Tallahassee, Florida
  9. U.S. Senator from Montana (2015-??)
  10. Mayor of Chicago, Illinois (1989-2011)
  11. Secretary of Commerce (1997-2000); White House Chief of Staff (2011-12)
  12. White House Chief of Staff
  13. U.S. Representative from Pennsylvania
  14. Canadian General and Senator
  15. Governor of North Dakota (2010-); Lt. Governor of North Dakota (2000-10)
  16. Mayor of Napier, New Zealand
  17. Governor of VA
  18. Fmr Governor of Virginia
  19. Lt. Governor of North Carolina (2009-present)
  20. Mayor of Christchurch, New Zealand
  21. 2006 Candidate for Governor of New Mexico
  22. Actress/Singer/Dancer (b: 1924) - Gypsy (as Miss Mazeppa in the original 1959 Broadway production & the 1962 film). Trumpeter. Painter. Former swimmer. She is frequently a candidate for mayor of Washington DC
  23. Former U.S. Senator from Missouri (1977-1995)
  24. Fmr United States Congressperson
  25. Arkansas Secretary of State (2002-2010)
  26. Mayor, Gilbert Arizona (2016 - )
  27. Governor of Indiana (2005-present); Former White House Director of Management & Budget (2001-2003)
  28. New York Secretary of State (2001-05)
  29. California Congressman 1979-1993
  30. Mayor of Winter Haven, Florida (2016, 2018)
  31. State Senator
  32. Former U.S. Representative from Georgia's 5th Congressional District, 1983 to 1995. Born November 22, 1943, current partner at Pope McGlamry law firm
  33. Louisiana Secretary of State (2006-2010); Lieutenant Governor of Louisiana (2010-present)
  34. Wisconsin State Senator
  35. Director of the Office of Management & Budget (1989-1993)
  36. Tennessee Secretary of State (1993-2009)
  37. Lieutenant Governor of Arkansas (2011-present)
  38. Former U.S. Senator from South Dakota (1987-2005)
  39. Former Congressman from Nebraska (1981-89)
  40. Governor of South Dakota (2011-19); Lieutenant Governor of South Dakota (2003-11)
  41. United States Congresswoman from Kansas
  42. Colorado Secretary of State (1999-2007)
  43. Co-Chairman, Republican National Committee
  44. United States Congressman from Ohio
  45. U.S. Representative from Alabama (2003-2011)
  46. Carey Davis  (2)
    Mayor, San Bernardino, California (2014 - )
  47. Former Governor (1874 - 76) and Senator (1887 - 1900) of Minnesota
  48. U.S. Representative from Illinois
  49. U.S. Representative from Tennessee
  50. U.S. Representative from Kentucky (2005-present)
  51. Former Governor of California (1999-2003)
  52. Greg Davis  (2)
    Mayor of Southaven, Mississippi (1997-present)
  53. Born March 27th 1918, served in the US Navy during World War 2, survived attack on Pearl Harbor. Later became an attorney, and then a State Senator for Louisiana from 1956-1980
  54. West Virginia State Senator 1973-85
  55. Jim Davis  (2)
    U.S. Representative from Florida
  56. Better known as Jimmie Davis, was a noted singer of both sacred and popular songs who served two nonconsecutive terms as a Democratic governor of Louisiana. Wrote, 'You are my Sunshine'!
  57. U.S. Representative from Virginia
  58. Lieutenant Governor of Indiana (2003-05)
  59. Kim Davis  (3)
    Rowan County Clerk Who Refuses To Issue Same Sex Marriage Licenses
  60. Fmr White House Counsel
  61. U.S. Representative from Tennessee
  62. U.S Ambassador
  63. U.S. Congressman from Illinois
  64. U.S. Representative from California
  65. Representative From Virginia; In officeJanuary 3, 1995 - November 24, 2008
  66. Tom Davis  (2)
    U.S. Representative from Virginia
  67. Wendy Davis  (2)
    Texas State Senator District 10/Made National News over marathon filibuster of an abortion bill that placed her in the national spotlight/talk of her being the Democratic pick to run for Governor of Texas in next election
  68. Boston Police Commissioner (December 5, 2006- )
  69. Post master general under jfk. introduced the zipcode
  70. Mayor of Jonesboro, GA
  71. Governor of Minnesota (2011-19); U.S. Senator From Minnesota (2001-07)
  72. Current Mayor of NYC. 2014-present. First Democratic Mayor of New York City since 1993
  73. American politician, businessman, Presidential candidate
  74. Mayor of Topeka Kansas
  75. Vice Mayor of the City of Chesapeake
  76. Fmr United States Congressman
  77. Governor of Georgia (2011-19); U.S. Representative from Georgia (1993-2010)
  78. Governor of Vermont (1991-2003); former 2004 presidential candidate; Chairman of the Democratic National Committee (2005-09)
  79. Former WH Counsel to President Richard M. Nixon, Served time in prison over the Watergate scandal, author of the books 'Blind Ambition', 'Worse than Watergate', 'Conservatives Without Conscience', and 'Broken Government'
  80. Mayor of Nashville, TN (2007-15)
  81. United States Congresswoman from Pennsylvania
  82. Independent Vice Presidential Candidate in 2004
  83. Mayor of Waco, Texas
  84. Former Deputy Chief of Staff to President Reagan
  85. Former U.S. Senator from Arizona (1977-1995)
  86. Mayor of New Iberia, LA
  87. Virginia State Senator (2001-present); former candidate for governor
  88. U.S. Representative from Oregon
  89. representative colorado
  90. Governor of the Virgin Islands (2007-15)
  91. Police officer shot by John Hinckley Jr. during the attempted assassination of US President Ronald Reagan on March 30, 1981
  92. U.S. Representative from Massachusetts (1997-2011)
  93. John Delaney  (3)
    Representative from the state of Maryland. First to announce he is a candidate for the office of the President in 2020
  94. New Hampshire Attorney General (2009 - )
  95. U.S. Representative from Connecticut
  96. Former House Majority Leader (2003-06), U.S. Representative from Texas (1984-2006)
  97. Rep. Washington District 1
  98. Deputy Secretary of Defense (2000-2001)
  99. United States Congressman from New York
  100. U.S. Ambassador to Nepal (2010-present)
  101. U.S. Ambassador to Kosovo (2009-present)
  102. Granddaughter of President Grover Cleveland
  103. Mayor of Oakland, California (2007-2011)
  104. New York State Assemblywoman (2001-2010)
  105. Mayor of Savannah, Georgia (2016-)
  106. Mayor of Beverly Hills, California (2007-08 and 2010-11); first Iranian-American to hold public office
  107. Rep. Florida District 10
  108. U.S. Representative from South Carolina (1999-2005); U.S. Senator from South Carolina (2005-2013)
  109. Representative from California
  110. Lieutenant Governor of New Mexico (2003-2011)
  111. Lt. Governor of Delaware (2009-present)
  112. U.S. Representative from Pennsylvania
  113. Pennsylvanian Congressman
  114. Secretary of Commerce (1973-1975); United States Trade Representative (1975-1977)
  115. Secretary of Commerce (1973-1975); U.S. Trade Representative (1975-1977)
  116. U.S. Representative from South Carolina (1975-1995)
  117. U.S. Ambassador to Lithuania (2009-present)
  118. former Secretary of Veterans' Affairs - George H.W. Bush Administration (1989-91)
  119. Governor of Florida (2019-present); US Representative (2013-2018)
  120. Representative from Calif
  121. United States Congressman from Tennessee
  122. Mayor of New Haven, Connecticut (1994-2014)
  123. Myro of Elk Grove, California
  124. Former Governor of California (1983-1991)
  125. CIA Director (1995-1996)
  126. Actress 'Mayor Cupcake' Musician 'Maddie and the Bad Hats'/Daughter of Lea Thompson and Howard Deutch
  127. U.S. Representative from Florida
  128. Award-winning, 32-yr vet of the CIA. Former head of the Afghan Task Force, the largest covert action campaign of the Cold War. Author of Good Hunting! An American Spymaster?s Story. Appears as an expert in intelligence matters on radio/tv
  129. 2006 Republican Candidate for Governor of Michigan
  130. American billionaire, businesswoman, philanthropist, & education activist from Michigan. Secretary of Education in Donald Trump's Administration
  131. Governor of New York (1943-1954); famously lost 1948 election to Harry S Truman
  132. Lieutenant Governor of Texas (2003-present)
  133. Governor of Ohio (2019-present); Attorney General of Ohio (2011-2019); U.S. Senator (1995-2007); Lieutenant Governor of Ohio (1991-1994); U.S. Representative (1983-1991)
  134. Senator Elect Washington District 45
  135. U.S.Circuit Judge
  136. Mayor of Miami, Florida (2001-09)
  137. U.S. Ambassador to the Vatican (2009-present)
  138. New York State Senator (2003-present)
  139. U.S. Reprsentative from Florida
  140. United States Representative from Florida
  141. U.S. Representative from Washington State
  142. Governor of New Jersey (2001-02)
  143. Secretary of treasury JFK John F. Kennedy & LBJ
  144. New York State Assemblyman (1987-2007); New York State Comptroller (2007-present)
  145. Representative Michigan District 12
  146. American politician (1926-2019), U.S. Representative from Michigan. One of the last few survivors (as a Congressional page) to witness FDR's 'Day of Infamy' speech in 1941
  147. Mayor of New York City, New York (1990-93)
  148. American Diplomat born 1916
  149. Former Governor of Rhode Island (1985-1991)
  150. U.S. Representative from Illinois (1933-1949); U.S. Senator from Illinois (1951-1969)
  151. Georgia State Representative
  152. Former U.S. Senator from Illinois (1981-1993)
  153. Mayor of Baltimore, Maryland (2007-10)
  154. U.S. Representative from Hawaii (2010-2011)
  155. United States Ambassador to the European Union (1991?93), as Assistant Secretary of State for European Affairs (2001), and as Special Representative for Afghanistan and Pakistan (May 2013-July 2014)
  156. Mayor Of Jackson Michigan
  157. Florida State Senator
  158. Senator
  159. U.S. Representative from Connecticut (1975-1981); U.S. Senator from Connecticut (1981-2011)
  160. U.S. Representative from Texas
  161. Tom Dolan  (3)
    Mayor of Sandy City, Utah, USA
  162. Former U.S. Senator from Kansas (1969-1996); unsuccessful Republican Presidential Candidate (1988, 1996)
  163. Former Secretary of Transportation (1983-1987); Secretary of Labor (1989-1990); U.S. Senator from North Carolina (2003-2009)
  164. U.S. Senator from New Mexico (1973-2009)
  165. New York State Senator 1959-1970
  166. U.S. Senator from Colorado (1963-1975)
  167. US Postmaster General (2010 - )
  168. 56th Mayor Nashua New Hampshire
  169. U.S. Representative from Indiana (2007-2013); U.S. Senator from Indiana (2013-present)
  170. Secretary of Labor (1981-1985)
  171. Secretary of Housing & Urban Development (2009-17)
  172. Republican Congressman from NY's 11th Congressional District
  173. (Born May 5, 1913) was an American politician who was the 77th Lieutenant Governor of Connecticut from 1966 to 1967. Also World War 2 veteran
  174. U.S. Representative from California
  175. U.S. Representative from North Dakota (1981-1992); U.S. Senator from North Dakota (1992-2011)
  176. U.S. Representative from California (1977-1983 and 1985-1997)
  177. U.S. Ambassador to Burkina Faso (2010-present)
  178. Governor of Vermont (2003-2011)
  179. Paul Douglas  (2)
    Fmr United States Senator
  180. Supreme court justice
  181. Actor (PT 109, Galaxy Being in first 'Outer Limits' episode), son of Supreme Court Justice William O. Douglas
  182. New Jersey Attorney General (2010 - )
  183. Fmr United States Congressman
  184. Governor of Wisconsin (2003-2011)
  185. Mike Doyle  (2)
    U.S. Representative from Pennsylvania
  186. U.S. Representative from Virgina
  187. Chief White House Photographer (2001-2009)
  188. Alfred Dregger (December 10, 1920 - June 29, 2002) was a German politician of the Cdu. He was mayor of Fulda from 1956 to 1970 and chairman of the CDU/CSU parliamentary group from 1982 to 1991
  189. U.S. Representative from California (1981-present)
  190. Former Governor of Wisconsin (1979-1983)
  191. U.S. Representative from Ohio
  192. Mayor of Salem, Massachussetts
  193. North Dakota State Representative
  194. White House Chief of Staff to President Reagan (1988-1989)
  195. Lieutenant Governor of Vermont (2003-2011)
  196. 23rd Governor of Arizona. 32nd State Treasurer of Arizona. Former CEO of Cold Stone Creamery
  197. California State Senator
  198. U.S. Senator from Illinois (2017-present); U.S. Representative from Illinois (2013-17); Director of Illinois Department of Veterans Affairs (2006-2009); Assistant Secretary of Veterans Affairs (2009-present). Disabled Iraq War Vet
  199. Mayor, Detroit. (2014 - )
  200. Governor of Massachusetts (1975-79 and 1983-91); 1988 Presidential Candidate
  201. former Grand Wizard of the Ku Klux Klan, former Presidential candidate, former Louisiana legislator, author and lecturer
  202. Delaware Secretary of State 1961
  203. Fmr New Jersey State Librarian
  204. Mayor of Baton Rouge, Louisiana (1964-80)
  205. Commissioner of the NYC Department of Welfare 1959-65
  206. U.S. Secretary of Education (2009-present)
  207. Secretary of Energy (1979-1981)
  208. Jeff Duncan  (3)
    U.S. Representative from South Carolina (2011-??)
  209. Mike Duncan  (2)
    Chairman of the Republican National Committee
  210. U.S. Representative from Tennessee
  211. Chairman of the U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff
  212. Maine Secretary of State (2005-2010)
  213. Governor of Alaska 2018-current
  214. sec. of labor ford
  215. Former Governor of Tennessee (1971-1975)
  216. Former Governor of Delaware (1977-1985)
  217. New Mexico Secretary of State (2011 - )
  218. Candidate for US Representative from Michigan in 1950 and 1952
  219. U.S. Senator from Illinois (1997-present)
  220. Former U.S. Senator from Minnesota (1978-1995)
  221. Mayor of Bangor, Maine (2015)
  222. Fmr United States Congressman
  223. Mayor, Seattle WA. (2017 - )
  224. Mayor of Seattle, WA
  225. Former U.S. Senator from New Hampshire (1975-1980)
  226. Mayor of Irving, Texas
  227. Fmr United States Senator
  228. Mayor of Orlando, Florida (2003-present)
  229. Mayor of Plano, TX (2009-13)
  230. California State Assemblyman (1963-1966 and 2002-2008); California State Senator (1967-1975); Lieutenant Governor of California (1975-1979); U.S. Representative from California (1981-1993)