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  1. US Secretary of Interior (2021-), US Representative (2019-present); first Native American woman to serve in Congress
  2. American diplomat
  3. Director of US Mint 1977-1981
  4. Pennsylvania 10th District Congressional Candidate
  5. Actor - The French Connection 1&2, Bonnie & Clyde, The Conversation, The Poseidon Adventure, Superman 1&2, No Way Out, Mississippi Burning, Unforgiven, The Birdcage, Hoosiers, Crimson Tide, The Firm, Get Shorty
  6. National Security Advisor (2005-2009)
  7. Former Ambassador to Ghana &Somalia
  8. U.S. Senator from North Carolina (2009-15)
  9. United States congressman from Minnesota
  10. Fmr United States Congressperson
  11. Former Republican U.S. Senator from Nebraska (1997-2009), 24th United States Secretary of Defense
  12. United States Senator from Tennessee
  13. White House Press Secretary for President Eisenhower (1953-1961)
  14. Deputy White House Chief of Staff (2001-2008)
  15. Candidate for Governor of Nebraska
  16. Former Mayor of Los Angeles, California (2001-05)
  17. Supreme Allied Commander Europe (1974-1979); Secretary of State (1981-1982)
  18. Political aide & businessman, White House Chief of Staff to President Richard Nixon & his consequent involvement in the Watergate scandal. His intimate role in the Watergate cover-up precipitated his resignation from government
  19. US Ambassador to the United Nations (2017-2018); Governor of South Carolina (2011-2017)
  20. AK State Senator
  21. Former Oklahoma governor
  22. 7 term congressman
  23. Mayor of Bakersfield, California (2001-17)
  24. John Hall  (2)
    United States Representative from New York, Former Pop Songwriter/Singer
  25. Governor of Jamaica (2006-2009)
  26. Fmr United States Congressman
  27. U.S. Representative from Texas
  28. Thomas Hall  (3)
    Fmr North Dakota Secretary of State
  29. Fmr Congressman
  30. U.S. Representative from Ohio (1979-2003)
  31. Maj.Gen. Patrick J. Halloran is deputy director for strategic command, control and communications systems, Command, Control and Communications Systems Directorate, Joint Staff, Organization of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Washington,D.C.
  32. Fmr United States Congressmen
  33. Lt. Governor of Arkansas (2007-2011); candidate for the U.S. Senate in 2010
  34. U.S. Representative from Illinois
  35. Former United States Representative from Indiana; member of Indiana HS Basketball Hall of Fame
  36. Former Mayor of San Jose (1991-98)
  37. Fmr Congressman, In 1974, a nationally Democratic year, he secured his fifth term by defeating the then 28-year-old future President Bill Clinton
  38. Fmr Governor of Iowa
  39. governor ak.
  40. South Carolina Secretary of State (2003-present)
  41. Politician from Michigan
  42. 2006 Candidate for United States Senate (Maryland)
  43. Representative Hawaii 1st District
  44. Missouri's First & Only Speaker of the House (2002-04); 2016 Republican candidate for Governor
  45. John Hancock  (6)
    US patriot, statesman, merchant (1737-97). 4th and 13th President of the Continental Congress, 1st and 3rd Gov. of Massachusetts
  46. Former U.S. Representative from Missouri
  47. Mayor of Denver, Colorado (2011-present)
  48. North Carolina State Representative and State Senator 1947-1959. Son of US Congressman Franklin Wills Hancock Jr
  49. Fmr United States Congressman
  50. Fmr United States Congressman
  51. Mayor of Honolulu, Hawai'i (2005-2010)
  52. Former Illinois State Attorney
  53. Former Governor of Wyoming (1963-1967); U.S. Senator from Wyoming (1967-1978)
  54. South Dakota Republican state legislature representative
  55. Australian politician who is the founder and leader of One Nation, a right-wing populist political party. She has been a Senator for Queensland since 2016
  56. Wife of FBI Agent Russian Spy Robert Hanssen, movie Breach
  57. Former Mayor of San Antonio, Texas (2005-09)/Captain in the United States Air Force and piloted the B-47 bomber. He was the executive secretary of the Peace Corps during the administration of U.S. President John F. Kennedy
  58. United States Congressman from California
  59. Secretary of Agriculture (1969-1971) Born: 10/09/1915
  60. U.S. Representative from Illinois
  61. Tennessee Secretary of State (2009-present)
  62. U.S. Senator from Iowa (1985-2015), 1992 Democratic Presidential candidate
  63. Supreme court justice
  64. U.S. Representative from California
  65. Former Mayor of St. Louis, MO
  66. U.S. Representative from Mississippi
  67. representative pennsylvania
  68. representative florida
  69. Andy Harris  (2)
    United States Congressman from Maryland
  70. representative missouri
  71. U.S. Senator from Oklahoma (1964-1973)
  72. Politics ex gov. ga. 1983-1991
  73. Vice - President of the United States (2021-); U.S. Senator from California (2017-21); California Attorney General (2011-17 )
  74. Member of the U.S. House of Representatives from the state of Florida, 2003-
  75. Cabinet Member from President Carter's Administration
  76. Lawyer, professor, and mayor from the U.S. state of Michigan
  77. 23rd President of the United States (1889-1893);
  78. President of California State University Northridge
  79. Fmr Congressmen
  80. Former U.S. Senator from Colorado (1975-1987)
  81. U.S. Representative from Pennsylvania (2001-2007)
  82. U.S. Senator from Indiana (1959-1977)
  83. U.S. Representative from Missouri
  84. Fmr United States Congressman
  85. Governor of Tennessee (2011-present)
  86. NFL - Owner of the Cleveland Browns (2012-present). CEO of the Pilot Flying J truck stop chain. Brother to Bill Haslam, the Governor of Tennessee
  87. American intelligence officer, serving as the acting director of the Central Intelligence Agency. She joined the CIA in 1985. February 2017 she was appointed by President Donald Trump as Deputy Director of the CIA, and March 2018 Director
  88. U.S. Senator from New Hampshire (2017-present); Governor of New Hampshire (2013-17)
  89. Former U.S. Speaker of the House (1999-2006)
  90. U.S. Representative from Florida
  91. U.S. Representative from Washington
  92. U.S. Senator from Utah (1977-2019); Former Republican Candidate for President (2000)
  93. Politician. Descendant of the Hatfields
  94. Former U.S. Senator from Oregon (1967-1997)
  95. Secretary of Interior for 1 month under Ford
  96. Former U.S. Senator from Maine (1973-1979)
  97. South Dakota Republican state legislature representative
  98. Lieutenant Governor of Saskatchewan (2000-2006)
  99. Mayor of Mesa, Arizona (1986-2008)
  100. American Politician
  101. Retired UPS driver from Syracuse NY, co founder of NY State Green Party and Green Party candidate for President of the United States in 2020
  102. Former U.S. Senator from Florida (1981-1987)
  103. United States Senator from Missouri, former Missouri Attorney General
  104. 2006 Candidate for U.S. Senator from Maine
  105. U.S. Representative from Arizona (1912-1927); U.S. Senator from Arizona (1927-1969)
  106. Governor of Kansas (1987-91)
  107. Former CIA Operative/Playboy February 1997
  108. National Security Agency Director (1999-2005); CIA Director (2006-2009) retired United States Air Force four - star general
  109. Jimmy Hayes  (2)
    Former U.S. Representative (Republican), Louisiana's 7th Congressional District, 1987 to 1997, current CEO, President & Managing member of Washington Matters - lobbyist and government relations consulting firm
  110. U.S. Representative from North Carolina
  111. 19th President of the United States. Served from 1877-1881. He was a General in the Civil War and was wounded five times
  112. Mayor of Boca Raton, Florida (2014-18)
  113. Mayor of Pensacola, FL (2011-)
  114. U.S. Representative from Arizona (1995-2007)
  115. U.S. Representative from New York
  116. American boxing referee and judge, New Jersey state athletic commission's chairman. Actor, 'Homeboys', 'Ali'
  117. Maryland State Delegate (1991-present)
  118. Lieutenant Governor of Massachusetts (2003-07)
  119. Massachusetts Attorney General
  120. Mayor of Jersey City, New Jersey
  121. Former Governor of Missouri (1965-1973)
  122. Mayor of Grand Rapids, Michigan (2004-16)
  123. Longest-serving member of the United States House of Representatives from the state of Louisiana
  124. Politician from WV. Former U.S. Representative.Born: 09/20/1914
  125. U.S. Senator From Nevada (1983-1989); U.S. Ambassador to The Bahamas (1989-1994)
  126. Representative Washington 12th District
  127. Representative from Nevada
  128. U.S. Representative from Massachusetts (1967-1983); Secretary of Health & Human Services (1983-1985); U.S. Ambassador to Ireland (1985-1989)
  129. U.S. Representative from Colorado (1987-2007)
  130. U.S. Senator from Alabama (1979-1997)
  131. Battle Zone Combat Rescue Pilot that fought for women's rights to fight in combat/Running for Senator for Texas
  132. 30th Governor of Wisconsin from 1939 to 1943
  133. Governor of Nebraska (2005-present)
  134. U.S. Representative from New Mexico (2009-2013); U.S. Senator from New Mexico (2013-present)
  135. U.S. Representative from Pennsylvania (1971-1977); U.S. Senator from Pennsylvania (1977-1991)
  136. U.S. Senator from North Dakota
  137. U.S. Senator from Nevada; Former U.S. Representative
  138. Former U.S. Senator from North Carolina (1973-2003)
  139. South Carolina Republican state legislature senator
  140. Ambassador to Bolivia 1963-68
  141. Former Head of the Food & Drug Administration (1998-2001)
  142. Labor activist. Former Ambassador to New Zealand
  143. Governor of Oaklahoma (D) 2003-2011 Born July 10, 1963
  144. Tom Henry  (2)
    Mayor, Fort Wayne Indiana (2008 - )
  145. U.S. Representative from Texas
  146. Governor of Utah (2009-??); Lt. Governor of Utah (2005-09)
  147. U.S. Ambassador to Singapore (2005-09)
  148. Mayor of Memphis, Tennessee (1992-2009), First African-American Mayor of Memphis, also longest serving Memphis Mayor; Candidate for U.S. Congress (2010)
  149. U.S. Representative from California
  150. Secretary of Labor 1997-2001
  151. United States Congressman from Oklahoma
  152. Mayor of Hialeah, Florida (2011-)
  153. Governor of Puerto Rico (1973-77 and 1985-93)
  154. Mayor of Attleboro, Massachusetts. He previously served as State Representative from the Second Bristol District, elected in 2012.
  155. New Mexico Secretary of State (2007-2011)
  156. United States Congresswoman from Washington, Voted for historic second impeachment of Donald Trump
  157. Secretary of Energy 1985-1989
  158. U.S. Representative from South Dakota (2004-2011)
  159. National Transportation Safety Board Chairman (2009-present)
  160. Political scientist, Presidential advisor (born 1933). Speechwriter on Eisenhower's White House Staff, later served and advised Nixon, Ford, and Carter
  161. United States Congressman from Georgia
  162. Sec. of the Interior. Nixon Adminstration. Born: 08/18/1919
  163. Mayor of Denver, Colorado (2003-2011); Governor of Colorado (2011-19)
  164. Former Communications Director for President Donald Trump
  165. U.S. Representative from New York
  166. St. Landry County Cajun Cop Candidate for US Congress
  167. Congressman from Indiana's 9th District (Democrat)
  168. Born: 1932. Ex Secret Service Agent in President Kennedy's motorcade during the assassination. Hill is the last surviving passenger of the presidential limousine which arrived at Parkland Hospital on November 22, 1963
  169. Trumpgate/Witness in Trump House impeachment hearing/Official at U.S. National Security Council Russian and European affairs
  170. Representative from Arkansas
  171. U.S. Representative from Alabama (1923-1938); U.S. Senator from Alabama (1938-1969)
  172. Former U.S. Representative, 2006 Candidate for U.S. Senate from Tennessee
  173. Secretary of Housing & Urban Development (1975-1977); United States Trade Representative (1989-1993)
  174. Secretary of Housing and Urban Development (1975-1977); U.S. Trade Representative (1989-1993)
  175. U.S. Representative from Connecticut
  176. U.S. Representative from New York
  177. U.S. Representative from Texas
  178. Lt. Governor of Hawai'i (1994-2002); U.S. Representative from Hawai'i(2007-2013); U.S. Senator from Hawai'i (2013-present)
  179. Maryland State Delegate (1976-present)
  180. U.S. Ambassador to Tajikistan (2003-06); U.S. Ambassador to Kazakhstan (2008-present)
  181. U.S. Representative from Ohio - 7th District (1991-2009)
  182. Secretary of Energy (1982-1985); Secretary of the Interior (1985-1989)
  183. U.S. Representative from New Hampshire
  184. U.S. Ambassador to Ecuador (2008-2011)
  185. Former Governor of South Carolina (1999-2003)
  186. Politician
  187. American politician, notable for being the titular defendant in the landmark civil rights case Obergefell v. Hodges, which he lost, resulting in the legalization of gay marriage everywhere in the United States.
  188. Former U.S. Senator From Arkansas (1977-1979)
  189. Secretary of Labor 1970-1973. Oldest living former cabinet member. Born: 12/03/1915
  190. Politics
  191. U.S. Representative from Michigan
  192. Governor of North Dakota (2000-2010); U.S. Senator from North Dakota (2011-present)
  193. Former Governor of Vermont (1963-1969)
  194. South Dakota Republican state legislature representative
  195. Former New York Governor and New York Mayor
  196. Governor of Maryland (2015-present)
  197. Mayor, Indianapolis IN. (2016 - )
  198. Former US Amabassador to the United Nations (1999-2001)
  199. Governor of Indiana (2017 - )
  200. Former Governor of Missouri (2001-2005)
  201. Mayor of Baton Rouge, Louisianna
  202. U.S. Representative from Pennsylvania
  203. U.S. Attorney General (2009-2015)
  204. Representative from NC
  205. Former Governor of FL and United States Senator
  206. Former U.S. Senator from South Carolina (1966-2003)
  207. U.S. Representative from Indiana (2017-)
  208. Mayor
  209. Former Governor Of North Carolina (1973-1977)
  210. Director of the United States Mint (2001-2005)
  211. David Holt  (5)
    Mayor, Oklahoma City (2018 - )
  212. U.S. Congresswoman who represented Maryland's 4th congressional district from January 3, 1973 to January 3, 1987
  213. U.S. Representative from New Jersey
  214. 61st Governor of Virginia 1970-1974 and Father-in-Law of Virginia Senator Tim Kaine
  215. Watergate/Representative NY/former member of the Judiciary Committee that voted to impeach President Richard Nixon in 1974
  216. U.S. Representative from California
  217. Mayor of Marana, Arizona, USA
  218. Fmr Florida Secretary of State
  219. Jim Hood  (2)
    Mississippi State Attorney General (2004-present)
  220. U.S. Representative from Oregon (1997-2009)
  221. New York State Assemblywoman (1988-present)
  222. US President, 1929 - 1933, his policies caused the great depression
  223. Granddaughter of Pres. Herbert Hoover
  224. Political Commentator. Political Strategist. Frequent contributor to Fox News's O'Reilly Factor. Great-granddaughter of former President Herbert Hoover
  225. Grandson of Herbert Hoover
  226. Mayor of Salina, KS
  227. U.S. Representative from Missouri (1991-93)
  228. United States Congresswoman from Oklahoma
  229. Arizona Attorney General (2011 - )
  230. 28th Governor of Illinois
  231. United States Congressman from Nevada
  232. Fmr United States Congressman
  233. California State Assemblywoman (2000-2009)
  234. Mississippi Secretary of State (2008-present)
  235. Presidential Candidate 1974 (Libertarian Party) Born 06/09/1918
  236. U.S. Representative from Indiana
  237. United States Congresswoman from Pennsylvania
  238. Mayor of Springfield, Illinois
  239. Lieutenant Governor of Georgia (1991-1999)
  240. 2020 Candidate for President
  241. South Dakota Republican state legislature representative
  242. retired Navy admiral/deputy assistant of National Security Affairs under President George Bush Sr., PhD, NATO commander, author
  243. U.S. Congressman, House Majority Leader
  244. Former U.S. Ambassador to India (1988-1989); President of the University of Southern California (1970-1980)
  245. Governor of MN 1882 - 1887
  246. Mayor of Little Rock, Arkansas (1979-1981); United States Associate Attorney General (1993-1994). Imprisoned for embezzlement
  247. Wife of Presidential Candidate, Governor Mike Huckabee
  248. Governor of Arkansas (1996-2007), former GOP Presidential Candidate for 2008 and 2016
  249. American political aide, White House Press Secretary. She is the daughter of former governor of Arkansas and presidential candidate Mike Huckabee, and former Arkansas first lady Janet Huckabee
  250. Former US Representative from Alabama
  251. Former U.S. Senator From Kentucky (1972-1984)
  252. Georgia State Senator (2002 - 2010), Georgia Insurance Commissioner (2011 - )
  253. Mayor of Indianapolis from 1976 to 1992. A Republican, his four terms made him the city's longest serving mayor. He previously represented the Indianapolis area in Congress from 1973 to 1975 but was defeated in his race for a second term
  254. United States Congressman from North Carolina
  255. U.S. Ambassador to New Zealand & Samoa (2009-present)
  256. Texas Oilman. Former Ambassador to Austria
  257. Representative from California
  258. Secretary of Education 1977-1981
  259. Former Governor of Iowa (1963-1969); U.S. Senator from Iowa (1969-1975)
  260. Former Governor of Maryland (1979-1987)
  261. Assistant to the President (2001-2002 and 2004-2005); Undersecretary of State for Public Diplomacy (2005-2007)
  262. Governor
  263. Georgia State Representative
  264. United States Congressman from Michigan
  265. Mayor of Charlottesville, VA
  266. Former Governor of Arizona (1997-2003)
  267. U.S. Ambassador to Sierra Leone (2004-07)
  268. U.S. Representative from Missouri - 9th District (1997-2009)
  269. Major General, Army Reserves; Represented United States as a former International President of the Confederation Interallie des Officers de Reserve (COIR) (NATO Nations);awarded 1994 U.S. Secretary of Defense Medal for Distinguished Service
  270. Former U.S. Senator from New Hampshire (1979-1990)
  271. Former MN Senator, Vice President and Presidential Candidate
  272. South Dakota Republican state senator
  273. 2006 Republican Candidate for Governor of Wyoming
  274. Former Governor of Alabama (1987-1993)
  275. Former Governor of North Carolina (1977-1985, 1993-2001)
  276. Lieutenant Governor of Nevada (1999-2007)
  277. U.S. Representative from California
  278. U.S. Representative from California (2009-??); Replaced his father in the House
  279. Robert Hunter  (4)
    Politics, US Department Of State
  280. Ambassador to China (2009-2011); Former Governor of Utah (2005-2009)
  281. Governor-General of Australia since 2019
  282. Representative from Virginia
  283. Ohio Secretary of State (2011-2019), Lt Governor of the state of Ohio (2019-)
  284. Current Governor of Arkansas U.S. Representative from Arkansas - 3rd District (1997-2001); Former Under - Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security (2002-2005)
  285. Texas U.S. Senator
  286. Former U.S. Senator from Arkansas (1997-2003)
  287. U.S. Senator from Texas (1993-2013), current US Ambassador to NATO
  288. Senator from Florida
  289. Former Congressman from Florida
  290. Author
  291. Fmr Governor of Missouri and Secretary of Agriculture under President Herbert Hoover
  292. Representative From Illinois
  293. Trumpgate/Possible hired by either Rudy or Trump though Rudy to surveil Yovnovitch. This from documents provided by Les Parnas. Hyde is now running for U.S. House seat in Connecticut
  294. U.S. Senator from Mississippi (2018-??)