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BLACK / AFRICAN AMERICAN POLITICIANS - PAST AND PRESENT

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  1. John Daniels...
    John Daniels former mayor of New Haven, Connecticut.

  2. John F. Street...
    City of Philadelphia Mayor.

  3. John Mercer Langston...
    One of the first blacks in the United States to be elected to public office when in 1855 he was elected as a town clerk in Ohio.

  4. John Parker...
    Candidate of the Workers World Party, a U.S. communist political party, for President of the United States in 2004.

  5. John R. Lynch...
    Was the first African American Speaker of the House in Mississippi.

  6. John S. Watson...
    New Jersey Assemblyman and the first African American to serve as the state's Chairman of the Assembly Appropriations Committee.

  7. John Willis Menard...
    John Willis Menard was an African American journalist, civil rights leader, editor, and poet.

  8. Jonathan Clarkson Gibbs...
    (1821 - 1874) was a Presbyterian minister and a prominent officeholder during Reconstruction.

  9. Joseph Rainey...
    The first African-American to serve in the U.S. House of Representatives 1870-1879.

  10. Josiah T. Walls...
    A Representative from Florida; born in Winchester, Frederick County, Va., December 30, 1842.

  11. Juanita Millender-McDonald...
    Late congresswoman. Representing California's 37th congressional district, which includes most of South Central Los Angeles and the city of Long Beach, California.

  12. Julian Bond...
    A state representative until 1974, he then served as a state senator (197587). Georgia.

  13. Julian C. Dixon...
    United States Representative, 32nd District of California.

  14. Julius Patrick...
    Was the black Democratic mayor of tiny Boyce.

  15. Kamala Harris...
    District Attorney of San Francisco.

  16. Katie Hall...
    A Representative from Indiana.

  17. Keith Maurice Ellison...
    An American lawyer and politician who became the first Muslim to be elected to the United States Congress. Minnesota.

  18. Ken Blackwell ...
    Former secretary of state for the U.S. state of Ohio who made an unsuccessful bid as the Republican nominee for Governor of Ohio in the 2006 election.

  19. Kendrick Meek...
    Congressman Kendrick Meek, 17th District of Florida.



  20. Kenneth Reeves...
    Cambridge, Massachusetts City Councillor. Also a former Vice Mayor and two-term Mayor of the City.

  21. K. Leroy Irvis...
    The first African American to serve as a speaker of the house in any state legislature in the United States.

  22. Kurt Schmoke...
    Former mayor of Baltimore, Maryland.

  23. Kwame Kilpatrick...
    Mayor of Detroit.

  24. Lamar Lemmons, Jr....
    An African-American politician from the State of Michigan.

  25. Larry Shaw ...
    Member of the North Carolina General Assembly.

  26. Lee P. Brown ...
    The first African-American mayor of Houston, Texas on December 6, 1997.

  27. Lenora Fulani...
    Political activist.

  28. Letitia James ...
    Member for New York City Council Brooklyn's 35th Council District.

  29. Linda W. Cropp...
    DC Council Chairman, Linda W. Cropp.

  30. Louis Pendleton...
    Dentist, businessman, and civic leader in Shreveport, Louisiana,

  31. Lou Nelle Sutton...
    Former state representative from San Antonio, Texas.

  32. Lucien Edward Blackwell...
    United States Congressman who represented West Philadelphia and parts of Delaware County, Pennsylvania from 1991 to 1995. He was a Democrat.

  33. Lurita Doan...
    The Administrator of the U.S. General Services Administration on May 31, 2006, the first woman to hold that position.

  34. Lynn Swann...
    Former professional football player, sports broadcaster and a Republican politician.

  35. Major Owens...
    A New York politician and a former Congressman, having represented the state's 11th Congressional district in the United States House of Representatives.

  36. Margaret Wright ...
    A Green Party politician in the United Kingdom.

  37. Marie Johns...
    Unsuccessful bid for the Democratic party nomination in the 2006 Washington, DC Mayoral Race.

  38. Marie Redd...
    Former West Virginia State Senator.

  39. Marion Barry...
    Mayor of the District of Columbia from 1979 to 1991, and again as the fourth mayor from 1995 to 1999.

  40. Mark L. Mallory...
    Served as assistant minority leader in the Ohio Senate, also elected Mayor of Cincinnati.

  41. Mark Ridley-Thomas...
    26th District California State Senate.

  42. Marvin Pratt...
    Mayor of Milwaukee.

  43. Marvin Scott...
    The Republican candidate for U.S. Senate in 2004.

  44. Maxine Waters...
    Congresswoman from California.

  45. Maya Keyes ...
    Political activist and daughter of United States Ambassador Alan Keyes.

  46. Mel King...
    An American educator, activist, and writer.

  47. Mel Reynolds...
    Member of the United States House of Representatives from the state of Illinois.

  48. Mel Watt...
    Representing NC's 12th District.

  49. Melvin B. Tolson...
    Was an American Modernist poet, educator, columnist, and politician.

  50. Melvin Herbert Evans...
    Was Governor of the United States Virgin Islands from 1969 to 1975.

  51. Melvin T. Mason...
    Ran as Socialist Workers Party candidate for United States President in the 1984 United States presidential election.

  52. Mel Watt ...
    Congressman from North Carolina.

  53. Mervyn M. Dymally...
    California State Assemblymember Mervyn M. Dymally.

  54. Michael B. Coleman...
    The City of Columbus Ohio Office of the Mayor's web site. Contains information from the Office of Mayor Michael B. Coleman.

  55. Michael L. Williams...
    Texas Railroad Commissioner Michael L. Williams.

  56. Michael R. White...
    Longest-serving mayor of Cleveland, Ohio encompassing 3 four-year terms, from 1990 to 2001.

  57. Michael S. Steele...
    The first African American elected to statewide office in Maryland as Lt. Governor.

  58. Mickey Leland...
    Congressman from the Texas 18th District.

  59. Mike Davis ...
    Mike Davis was elected to represent California's 48th Assembly District in November of 2006.

  60. Mike Espy...
    Mike Espy served in the U.S. House of Representatives from Mississippi. He served as the Secretary of Agriculture from 1993 to 1994.

  61. Milton Street...
    Former politician from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

  62. Mindell Penn...
    A city council member in the city of Richmond, California between 1999 and 2005.

  63. Monica Moorehead...
    A political activist since high school. A frequent candidate of the Workers World Party, a U.S. left-wing party.

  64. Nat Glover...
    A political Democrat and a long-time police officer, who ran for Mayor of Jacksonville.

  65. Nia H. Gill...
    New Jersey 34th Legislative District. Senator.

  66. Noel C. Taylor...
    Was the mayor of Roanoke, Virginia from 1975 to 1992.

  67. Norm Rice...
    49th mayor of Seattle, Washington, serving two terms.

  68. Obi Sium...
    The Republican candidate for U.S. Congress in Minnesota's 4th congressional district.

  69. Oliver Hill...
    Civil rights attorney from Richmond, Virginia.

  70. Omali Yeshitela...
    An American civil rights activist who advocates self-determination for African people worldwide.

  71. Oscar Dunn...
    Wwas an American soldier and one of three African Americans who served as a Republican lieutenant governor of Louisiana during the era of Reconstruction.

  72. Oscar Stanton De Priest...
    Oscar Stanton De Priest was an American lawmaker and civil rights advocate.

  73. Otis Johnson...
    Democratic Mayor of Savannah, Georgia.

  74. Parren Mitchell...
    Retired U.S. Representative from Maryland's Seventh District.

  75. P. B. S. Pinchback...
    Pinchback won election to the House of Representatives in 1872 and to the U.S. Senate in 1873.

  76. Percy Sutton...
    Civil rights activist, lawyer and entrepreneur.



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