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  1. Chairman Joint Chiefs of Staff
  2. Former U.S. Senator from Oregon (1969-1995)
  3. U.S. Senator from California since 2021, former Secretary of State of California
  4. Is a senior FBI lawyer who was also working on Robert Mueller's team
  5. Chairman of the Federal Communications Commission, appointed by President Donald Trump, best known for repealing net neutrality
  6. U.S. Secretary of Education (2001-2005)
  7. United States Congressman from Mississippi
  8. Governor of Alaska (2006-2009); 2008 Republican Candidate for Vice-President
  9. Husband of former Alaskan Governor Sarah Palin. On Sarah Palin's Alaska. Former First Man of Alaska
  10. U.S. Representative from New Jersey
  11. Candidate for Congress in New Jersey's 5th District
  12. Representative from Alabama
  13. Representative California, District 20
  14. Former White House Chief of Staff (1994-1997); Secretary of Defense (2011-)Director of the Central Intelligence Agency from 2009 to 2011
  15. Shadow Representative for Washington, DC (2007-??)
  16. Mayor of Annapolis, MD (2013-17); Eagle Scout
  17. Former mayor of Providence, Rhode Island and US Ambassador to Malta
  18. United States Congressman from New Hampshire
  19. Mayor of Houston, Texas (2010-16)
  20. Canadian politician born 1929, Commissioner of the Northwest Territories from 1979 - 1989, also former mayor of Yellowknife
  21. 2006 Democratic Candidate for Governor of Vermont
  22. West Virginia House of Delegates 1955-60 & 69-70
  23. Lieutenant Governor of Kansas (2007-2009); Governor of Kansas (2009-2011)
  24. Governor of Alaska (2009-present)
  25. Agent that protected President Reagan on the day of his assassination attempt
  26. Mike Parson  (2)
    Lt. Governor of Missouri (2017-18); Assumed Governor of Missouri Upon Resignation of Eric Greitens (2018-??)
  27. U.S. Representative from New Jersey
  28. U.S. Representative from Arizona
  29. Governor of New York (1995-2007)
  30. 2020 American Solidarity Party nominee for US Vice President
  31. New York politician father of governor David Paterson
  32. Lieutenant Governor of New York (2006-2008); Governor of New York (2008-2011); first African-American Governor of New York and the first legally blind governor in the US
  33. Governor of Massachusetts (2007-15)
  34. Former First Lady of Massachusetts (wife of former Governor Deval Patrick)
  35. U.S. Ambassador to Pakistan (2007-2010)
  36. Former Governor of Alabama (1959-1963)
  37. Former First Lady of Kentucky
  38. Former Governor of Kentucky (1995-2003)
  39. Former member and chairman of the Texas Workforce Commission. Former long-term resident of Dallas, who now resides in the resort community of Port Aransas in Nueces County on the Texas Gulf Coast. businessman, lawyer, and author of 2 books
  40. U.S. Senator from Kentucky (2011-present)
  41. Representative From Texas
  42. Acting Director of FEMA (2005 - 2009)
  43. U.S. Representative from Minnesota
  44. Former United States Treasury Secretary (2006-09)
  45. Governor of Minnesota (2003-2011)
  46. U.S. Representative from New Jersey
  47. Former Governor of Maine (1949-1952); U.S. Senator from Maine (1953-1959)
  48. United States Congressman from New Jersey
  49. Governor of Massachusetts (1963-65); all-American football player
  50. U.S. Representative from New Mexico
  51. Governor of the British Virgin Islands (2006-2010)
  52. U.S. Senator from Kansas (1962-78)
  53. 2006 Democratic Candidate for Senator From Arizona
  54. Mayor of Pittsburgh, PA
  55. South Carolina Republican state legislature senator
  56. Former U.S. Senator from Rhode Island (1961-1997)
  57. First Woman Speaker of the House (2007-2011, 2019-??)
  58. Secretary of Transportation (1993-1997); Secretary of Energy (1997-1998)
  59. United States Congressman from Indiana
  60. Second Lady of the United States 2017. Wife of Vice President Mike Pence. Former First Lady of Indiana
  61. Former 48th Vice President Of The United States of America (2017-2021), and Former Governor of Indiana
  62. Lieutenant Governor of Kentucky (2003-07)
  63. Former U.S. Shadow Senator for Washington, DC (1991-2007)
  64. Mayor of dalton, georgia, maybe run for governor for georgia
  65. Capt.Texas Rangers/Worked cases involving Billie Sol Estes, Maceo broth gambling syndicate in Galveston, La Grange Chicken Ranch/Appointed Special Texas Ranger by Governor Miriam 'Ma' Ferguson to police state's 4 horse racing tracks
  66. American Representative and Senator
  67. Secretary of State of New York (2011 - )
  68. Former U.S. Senator from Illinois (1967-1985)Born: 09/27/1919
  69. Governor of North Carolina (2009-2012)
  70. U.S. Senator from Georgia (2015-21)
  71. United States Secretary of Agriculture, Governor of Georgia (2003-2011)
  72. Chairman of the Democratic National Committee; Former U.S. Secretary of Labor (2013-17)
  73. WWII Veteran who was just (in 2017) elected as mayor of Tinton Falls, NJ
  74. White House Press Secretary for George W. Bush (2007-2009). Political Commentator for Fox News. Co-Host - The Five
  75. Fmr Congressmen
  76. Former US Ambassador to the United Nations (1992-93)
  77. U.S. Representative from Colorado
  78. former third party presidental candidate
  79. Governnor of MN 76 - 79; 83 - 91
  80. U.S. Representative from Virginia
  81. Former First Lady, wife of Governor of Texas (2000-15) Rick Perry
  82. United States Secretary of Energy (2017-present), Governor of Texas (2000-15), Presidential candidate 2012, 2016
  83. Scott Perry  (3)
    Representative from Pennsylvania
  84. Secretary of Defense (1994-1997), born 1927
  85. Gary Peters  (2)
    U.S. Senator from Michigan
  86. Libertarian Candidate for Congress in California's 37th District
  87. U.S. Secretary of Transportation (2006-2009)
  88. Scott Peters  (2)
    U.S. Representative from California
  89. Governor of Minnesota (1936-37)
  90. Anna Peterson  (2)
    Mayor of Salem, Oregon
  91. Mayor of Indianapolis, Indiana (2000-08)
  92. U.S. Representative from Minnesota
  93. U.S. Representative from Pennsylvania
  94. Secretary of Commerce 1972-1973
  95. Former Governor of Delaware (1969-1973)
  96. Former Governor of New Hampshire (1969-1973)
  97. U.S. Representative from Wisconsin
  98. Mayor of Jacksonville, Florida (2003 - 2011)
  99. Mayor of Hodgenville, KY
  100. United States Congressman from Minnesota
  101. Wyoming State Attorney General (2011 - )
  102. Alaska State Senator
  103. Mayor of Jacksonville, NC, USA
  104. Politician. First African American Female Secretary of State of Wisconsin
  105. 2021 Constitution Party nominee for Governor of Virginia
  106. Acting Director of the FBI (June 25 to September 4, 2001)
  107. U.S. Representative from Mississippi
  108. US Ambassador to the United Nations (1989-1992)
  109. Pennsylvania State Representative
  110. US lawyer and politician (1804-69), 15th US President (53-57)
  111. Secretary of Housing
  112. Mayor of Eugene, Oregon, USA
  113. Puerto Rican governor, (2021-), U.S. Representative from Puerto Rico (2009-17)
  114. U.S. Congressman (D-NY, 1961 to 1979)
  115. Governor of MN 1876 - 82, founder of Pillsbury Flower Mills
  116. U.S. Representative from Maine
  117. Portugese army officer and politician, Military Governor of the Azores from 1974 - 1976
  118. Author: Ike's Final Battle/Biographer & Historian/Served President George W. Bush 5 years. 1999, wrote speeches for Bush Campaign. 2001-03 wrote speeches for Bush White House/Speech Writer for Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger
  119. American lawyer and entrepreneur/Won huge Civil Rights Case/In 2009 Pires co-wrote, produced and directed the film Mayor Cupcake with Lea Thompson
  120. Weschester County, NY D.A.; 2006 U.S. Senate Candidate
  121. Former Chairman of the Securities & Exchanges Commission (2001-2003)
  122. U.S. Representative from Pennsylvania (1997-2017)
  123. U.S. Delegate to Congress from U.S. Virgin Islands
  124. U.S. Representative from Pennsylvania
  125. Fmr commissioner of the IRS and former Civil War General
  126. Former Campaign Manager for President Obama; Political Commentator for MSNBC
  127. Mayor of Akron, Ohio
  128. Representative Wisconsin District 2
  129. White House Chief Of Staff To President Clinton (1998-2001)
  130. U.S. Representative from Texas
  131. Former National Security Advisor (1985-1986)
  132. Virginia Secretary of the Commonwealth (2010-14)
  133. Governor of Colorado (2019-present); US Representative (2009-2019); first openly gay governor in the United States
  134. Lawyer, born 1928. Served as Supreme Court law clerk to Chief Justices Vinson and Warren. Wrote the final draft of the iconic Brown v. Board of Education case decision that the justices then unanimously voted for. Later, an attorney in the U.S. Department
  135. U.S. Ambassador to Estonia (2009-present)
  136. U.S. Representative from California (1993-2007)
  137. U.S. Representative from North Dakota (1993-2011)
  138. Director of the CIA, US House Representaive for Kansas, US Army (retired), Tea Party activist
  139. Former Secret Service agent
  140. Dan Pope  (2)
    Mayor, Lubbock Texas, (2016 - )
  141. Former US Mint Director 1981-1991
  142. Was sworn in as Principal Deputy Spokesperson at the U.S. Department of State on January 20, 2021
  143. U.S. Representative from Nevada (2003-09)
  144. Democrat/American law professor, attorney and politician serving as the U.S. Representative for California's 45th congressional district since 2019. The district covers much of south-central Orange County
  145. Director, Office of Management & the Budget (2006-2007); U.S. Trade Representative (2005-2006); US Senator Representing Ohio (2011 - Present)
  146. U.S. Representative from Florida
  147. U.S. Postmaster General (2001-2010)
  148. Mayor of Portland, Oregon (2005-09)
  149. Virginia State Senator, Candidate for Governor
  150. U.S. Secretary of State 2001-2005, Chairman Joint Chief of Staff 1989-1993, Author
  151. Former American investment banker, who is the current Chair of the Federal Reserve
  152. White House Press Secretary for President Carter (1977-1981)
  153. Former Chairman of the Federal Commuications Commission (2001-2005)
  154. Congressman
  155. U.S. Ambassador to Micronesia (2009-present)
  156. 2020 Candidate for US President
  157. Former U.S. Senator from South Dakota (1979-1997)
  158. United States Congresswoman from Massachusetts
  159. Secretary of Housing & Urban Development (2008-09)
  160. Governor of MN 1921 - 25
  161. Mayor of Fort Worth, Texas (2011 - )
  162. U.S. Representative from North Carolina
  163. Secretary of Health and Human Services (2017), U.S. Representative (2005-2017)
  164. Chairman of the Republican National Committee
  165. Masschusetts state congressman from 1939-45
  166. 30th Treasurer of the United States (In office28 January 1953 - 29 January 1961)
  167. Secretary of Veterans Affairs (1998-2001)
  168. Mayor of Anaheim, California (2002-2010)
  169. Former West Virginia State Delegate and Senator, candidate for Governor twice, currently president of Better Balance, a West Virginia-based educational and wellness consulting firm
  170. Governor of Illinois
  171. U.S. Secretary of Commerce (2013-17)
  172. U.S. Senator from Wisconsin (1957-1989)
  173. Attorney General of Oklahoma (2011 - )
  174. U.S. Representative from Ohio - 15th District (1993-2009)
  175. Governor of Arkansas (1975-79); U.S. Senator from Arkansas (1979-1997)
  176. U.S. Senator from Arkansas (2003-15)
  177. US State Department Spokesperson
  178. Mayor, Baltimore Maryland. (2016 - )
  179. Mayor of Santa Ana, California (1994-present)
  180. Mayor of Nashville, Tennessee (1999-2007)
  181. Former Director-General of the International Organization for Migration (1994)
  182. 56th Mayor of Wilmington Delaware
  183. U.S. Representative from Florida (2001-2011); Florida Commissioner of Agriculture (2011-present)
  184. CEO of CKE Restaurants (2000-2017); failed nominee to be Secretary of Labor, 2017