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  1. Governor of Indiana (1997-2003)
  2. Mayor of West Haven, CT (2013-17)
  3. Lieutenant Governor of Colorado (2007-2011)
  4. Mayor of Worcester Massachussettes
  5. Larry O'Brien  (3)
    One of the US Democratic Party's leading electoral strategists for more than two decades. He served as Postmaster General in the cabinet of President Lyndon Johnson
  6. Cabinet member
  7. Trumpgate/Trump's fourth National Security Advisor/Lawyer/Author
  8. Governor of Nevada (1971-79)
  9. Former Supreme Court Justice, First ever female on court
  10. New York State Assemblyman (2003-present)
  11. Rep Arizona District 1
  12. Secretary of Energy 1993-1997
  13. Mayor of Baltimore, Maryland (1999-2007); Governor of Maryland (2007-15)
  14. Fmr member of the United States Congress
  15. Mayor of Guaynabo, Puerto Rico
  16. Mayor of Long Beach, California (1994-2006)
  17. Former Bush Secretary of the Treasury (2001-2002)
  18. Judge - Sentenced Bill Cosby to Prison
  19. Speaker of the House of Representatives (1977-86)
  20. Former Governor of Connecticut (1981-1991)
  21. U.S. Representative from Texas (2013-19)
  22. U.S. Representative from Ohio (1977-1993)
  23. Hawaii State Senator
  24. Former President of the United States of America (2009-2017) Former U.S. Senator From Illinois (2005-2009), First ever black US president
  25. Former First Lady of the United States
  26. Mayor of Virginia Beach, Virginia (1988-2009)
  27. U.S. Representative from Minnesota
  28. U.S. Representative from Wisconsin
  29. On June 26, 2018, Ocasio-Cortez won the Democratic primary in New York's 14th congressional district, defeating the incumbent, DCC Chair Joseph Crowley, in what has been described as the biggest upset victory in the 2018 midterm election season
  30. Republican Candidate for U.S. Representative from MA
  31. Lieutenant Governor of Montana (2001-07)
  32. Attorney General of Georgia
  33. Representative From Massachusetts
  34. 2000 Libertarian nominee for Vice President
  35. Governor of North Dakota (1981-85)
  36. Deez Nuts in the Presidential Election
  37. Governor of Minnesota (1931-35)
  38. Part of the first generation of female military pilots, eventually accumulating nearly 4,000 hours of flying time/Iraq/Running for Congress in 2020/aviation leader, commander
  39. U.S. Representative from Texas
  40. Solicitor General of the United States (2001-04)
  41. U.S. Representative from Massachusetts
  42. US Representative (2019-present); Minnesota State Representative (2017-2019); first Muslim woman to serve in Congress
  43. Pennsylvania State Senator
  44. Member of the New Jersey Senate
  45. Politics
  46. Mayor of Cheyenne Wyoming
  47. Director of Congressional Budget Office (2007-08); Director of the Office of Management & Budget (2009-2010)
  48. U.S. Representative from Texas
  49. Retired Head FB Coach at Nebraska and Congressman 3rd District Nebraska
  50. Governor of Idaho (2007-), Former United States Representative
  51. Born Jan 27 1929,Member US House of represenatives from NY State 1965-71,1975-85, Democratic Party,Harvard Cornell and Georgetown Univ graduate
  52. Former Acting Director of the FBI (May 26 to November 2, 1987)
  53. Nebraska politicial insider
  54. Attorney & Democratic U.S. representative and U.S. senator from Louisiana. His committee memberships Appropriations, Manufactures, Commerce, & Irrigation & Reclamation.
  55. Lieutenant Governor of Washington (1997-present)
  56. 36th mayor of Vancouver, British Columbia from 1993 to 2002, making him one of Vancouver's longest serving mayors
  57. Former Governor of Colorado
  58. Bill Owens  (2)
    U.S. Representative from New York
  59. U.S. Representative from New York
  60. William Owens  (2)
  61. U.S. Representative from Ohio (1981-2007)