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BLACK / AFRICAN AMERICAN POLITICIANS - PAST AND PRESENT

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  1. George L. Forbes ...
    Former member of the Cleveland City Council.

  2. George Henry White...
    A member of the Republican Party was elected to the House of Representatives in 1880.

  3. George W. Collins...
    Was a Democratic member of the U.S. House of Representatives from Illinois.

  4. George William Crockett Jr....
    Former attorney, jurist, and politician from the U.S. state of Michigan.

  5. George W. Murray...
    A Representative from South Carolina.

  6. Gilbert W. Lindsay...
    City Councilman Gilbert W. Lindsay - Los Angeles.

  7. Gil Hill...
    Former President of the City Council of Detroit, Michigan.

  8. G J Sutton...
    The first black official elected from San Antonio, Texas, United States.

  9. G. K. Butterfield...
    Web site of United States Representative G. K. Butterfield, First District of North Carolina.

  10. Glenn Cunningham ...
    Former Democratic Party politician, who was the first African American mayor of Jersey City, and also served in the New Jersey Senate.

  11. Gordon M. Johnson...
    Served in the New Jersey General Assembly since 2002.

  12. Gregory W. Meeks...
    Representative of New York's Sixth Congressional District.

  13. Gus Savage...
    A Representative from Illinois; born in Detroit, Mich., October 30, 1925.

  14. Gwendolyn Faison ...
    Mayor of Camden, New Jersey, United States.

  15. Gwendolyn T. Britt...
    A member of the Maryland State Senate, first elected in 2003, to represent District 47, in Prince George's County, MD.

  16. Hank Johnson...
    Congressman Hank Johnson -- Representing Georgia's Fourth Congressional District.

  17. Harold Ford ...
    Congressman from Tennessee.

  18. Harold Ford Jr....
    Congressman Harold Ford from Tennessee.

  19. Harold Ford, Sr....
    1970-74; U.S. House of Representatives, representative from Tennessee's 9th Congressional district, 1975-96.



  20. Harold Washington...
    The first African American Mayor of Chicago.

  21. Harvey B. Gantt...
    An architect and politician. In 1963, he was the first black American to be admitted to Clemson University in South Carolina

  22. Hazel R. O'Leary...
    Was the seventh United States Secretary of Energy from 1993 to 1997.

  23. Helen Halyard...
    Was a third-party candidate for President of the United States in the United States presidential election, 1992.

  24. Henry Plummer Cheatham...
    Former Republican member of the United States House of Representatives from 1889 to 1893.

  25. Herb Wesson...
    City of Los Angeles Council District 10, Herb J. Wesson, Jr.

  26. Herman L. Taylor Jr....
    Herman L. Taylor Jr., Maryland State Delegate.

  27. Hiram Rhodes Revels...
    A Senator from Mississippi; born in Fayetteville, Cumberland County, N.C., on September 27, 1827.

  28. Howard Clement, III...
    Howard Clement, III is a member of the town council of Durham, North Carolina.

  29. Howard Nathaniel Lee...
    Former mayor of Chapel Hill, North Carolina, and later elected to the North Carolina Senate.

  30. Irma Anderson ...
    The first African American woman elected mayor of a major California city, serving Richmond, California between 2001 and 2006.

  31. Isabell Masters...
    Was a third-party candidate (Looking Back Party) in the 1984 United States presidential election.

  32. Jack B. Johnson...
    County executive of Prince George's County, Maryland, serving since 2002.

  33. Jake Ford ...
    was an Independent candidate in the 2006 race for the US House of Representatives for Tennessee's 9th congressional district.

  34. James E. Clyburn...
    United States Congressman James E. Clyburn (D-SC)

  35. James E. O'Hara...
    Former politican, representing North Carolinas forty-eighth and forty-ninth congresses.

  36. James Garner...
    A U.S. politician from the Republican party who was mayor of the Village of Hempstead, New York from 1984 to 2005, and was the first African-American to be elected a mayor on Long Island.

  37. James Harris...
    An African American communist politician.

  38. James L. Walls, Jr....
    The youngest person ever in the History of the City of District Heights, MD to serve on the City Council, Vice Mayor and Mayor.

  39. James L. Usry...
    First African American mayor of Atlantic City, NJ, 1984-90.

  40. James "Mac" Warren...
    Ran as the Socialist Workers Party candidate for United States President in 1988 and 1992.

  41. James McClinton...
    James McClinton - Former Mayor of Topeka Kansas.

  42. James T. Rapier...
    A Representative from Alabama.

  43. James W. Ford ...
    Ford was the first African American to appear on a presidential ticket in the 20th century.

  44. Jan Perry...
    Los Angeles Councilwoman Jan Perry, represents the Ninth District communities of Los Angeles.

  45. Jay Williams ...
    Mayor of Youngstown, Ohio.

  46. J.C. Watts...
    A black Republican, the first elected from a southern state in over 120 years.

  47. Jefferson F. Long...
    A past Representative from Georgia.

  48. Jendayi E. Frazer...
    Assistant Secretary, Bureau of African Affairs.

  49. Jeremiah Haralson...
    A Representative from Alabama; born on a plantation near Columbus, Muscogee County, Ga., April 1, 1846.

  50. Jerome Conley...
    Served as mayor of Oxford, Ohio. He is an interim Assistant Dean and coordinating head of special libraries at Miami University of Ohio.

  51. Jesse Jackson...
    An American politician, professional civil rights activist.

  52. Jesse Jackson, Jr....
    Congressman from the 2nd congressional district of Illinois.

  53. Jessie M. Rattley...
    The first African American elected to the Newport News City Council.

  54. Jill P. Carter...
    Jill P. Carter, Maryland State Delegate.

  55. Jim Clyburn ...
    Congressman from South Carolina.

  56. Joan Jett Blakk...
    Joan is the drag persona of performer Terence Smith. Smith is an African-American actor, writer and political candidate.

  57. John Adams Hyman ...
    John Adams Hyman (23 July 184014 September 1891) was a U.S. Congressman from North Carolina from 1875 to 1877.

  58. John Conyers...
    Congressman John Conyers, Jr. Representing Michigan's 14th District.



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