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BLACK / AFRICAN AMERICAN POLITICIANS - PAST AND PRESENT

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  1. Charles Rangel...
    Congressman Charles B. Rangel 15th Congressional District.

  2. Charles T. Epps Jr....
    An American Democratic Party politician, who was elected to the New Jersey General Assembly.

  3. Charlotta A. Bass ...
    Candidate for vice president of the United States on the Progressive Party ticket in 1952.

  4. Cheryl Glenn...
    Member of the Maryland House of Delegates representing Maryland's 45rd legislative district which is situated in northeast Baltimore.

  5. Chris Owens...
    A community and political activist in Brooklyn, New York.

  6. C. J. Prentiss...
    Minority leader in the Ohio State Senate.

  7. Clarence Harmon...
    Mayor of St. Louis.

  8. Clarence Norman, Jr....
    Assistant Majority Leader of the New York State Assembly.

  9. Clifton DeBerry...
    Was an American Communist and two-time candidate for President of the United States of the Socialist Workers Party.

  10. Clinton LeSueur...
    Ran as the Republican Party nominee for U.S. Congress in Mississippi's 2nd congressional district.

  11. Coleman Young ...
    Mayor of Detroit, 1974-1993.

  12. Coleman Young II...
    Member of the Michigan State House of Representatives.

  13. Colin Powell...
    Secretary of State Colin L. Powell.

  14. Condoleezza Rice...
    Dr. Condoleezza Rice became Secretary of State on January 26, 2005.

  15. Corrine Brown ...
    Congresswoman from Florida.

  16. Cory Booker...
    Born April 27, 1969 is the mayor of Newark, New Jersey.

  17. Craig Anthony Washington...
    Former congressman in the United States House of Representatives from Texas.

  18. Cynthia D. Brown...
    A former Durham, North Carolina City Councilwoman.



  19. Cynthia McKinney...
    A former member of the U.S. House of Representatives representing Georgia's fourth congressional district.

  20. Danny K. Davis...
    A Democratic member of the United States House of Representatives since 1997, representing Illinois's 7th congressional district.

  21. David Dinkins...
    New York's first black mayor.

  22. David Scott...
    Member of the United States House of Representatives since 2003, representing the 13th District of Georgia.

  23. DeForest Soaries...
    Former chairman of the United States Election Assistance Commission.

  24. Dennis L. Serrette...
    Was the New Alliance Party candidate for United States President in the 1984 presidential election.

  25. Denise Majette...
    A Representative from Georgia.

  26. Dennis Archer...
    Former Detroit Mayor.

  27. Deval Patrick...
    Deval Patrick, Official Website of the Governor of Massachusetts.

  28. Diane Watson...
    Congresswoman Diane Watson : Serving California's 33rd Congressional District.

  29. Donald M. Payne...
    Congressman Donald M. Payne, 10th District New Jersey.

  30. Doris A. Davis...
    A former mayor of Compton, California, who earned a place in history as the first African-American woman mayor of a metropolitan city in the United States.

  31. Douglas Dollarhide...
    The first African American mayor of a metropolitan city in California.

  32. Douglas Wilder...
    US; Governor of Virginia 1990 94 Wilder was the first black Governor of Virginia and indeed of any state.

  33. Doug Palmer ...
    Trenton New Jersey's first black mayor.

  34. Earl F. Hilliard...
    United States Representative, Seventh District of Alabama, member of the Democratic Party.

  35. Ebenezer Don Carlos Bassett...
    Was an African American appointed US Minister to Haiti in 1869, making him the first black American diplomat.

  36. Eddie Bernice Johnson ...
    Congresswoman Eddie Bernice Johnson :: Representing the 30th District of Texas.

  37. Eddie Jordan...
    The sitting Democratic district attorney for Orleans Parish, Louisiana, the first African American to hold the elected position.

  38. Ed Towns...
    Congressman Edolphus Towns - New York 10th Congressional District.

  39. Edward P. McCabe...
    Born in Troy, New York, October 10, 1850; died in Chicago, Illinois, 1923 was an African-American politician in Kansas.

  40. Eleanor Holmes Norton ...
    Congresswoman from District of Columbia.

  41. Elga L. Jefferies...
    Illinois General Assembly - Representative.

  42. Elijah E. Cummings...
    Representative Elijah E. Cummings, Serving the People of the 7th District of Maryland.

  43. Emanuel Cleaver, II...
    Congressman Emanuel Cleaver, II, Missouri.

  44. Emil Jones...
    Senator Emil Jones Jr. (D) 14th District, President of the Senate.

  45. Eric J. Perrodin...
    Mayor of Compton, California.

  46. Ernest Nathan Morial...
    The first black mayor of New Orleans.

  47. Ernie Chambers...
    A Nebraska state legislator from Omaha, representing legislative District 11 in North Omaha.

  48. Eugene Sawyer...
    Former Mayor of Chicago, Illinois (1987-1989)

  49. Eva M. Clayton...
    A Representative from North Carolina.

  50. Ezola B. Foster ...
    An conservative political activist.

  51. Floyd H. Flake...
    Bio, photo and writing for Floyd H. Flake, Senior Fellow, Center for Civic Innovation at the Manhattan Institute.

  52. Frank Ballance...
    Longtime state senator and now Congressman Frank Ballance, North Carolina.

  53. Frank G. Jackson...
    a member of the Democratic Party elected the 57th mayor of Cleveland, Ohio.

  54. Frank Melton...
    Mayor of Jackson, Mississippi.

  55. Frederick Madison Roberts...
    The first African American to be elected to public office on the West Coast of the United States.

  56. Freeman Bosley, Jr. ...
    Elected mayor of St. Louis, Missouri, and sworn in early in 1993.

  57. Freman Hendrix...
    2005 mayoral candidate in Detroit.

  58. Garnet Coleman...
    Texas House of Representatives: Member Garnet Coleman.

  59. Gary Franks...
    A Representative from Connecticut.

  60. Gary Siplin...
    State Senator for District 19.



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