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BLACK / AFRICAN AMERICAN POLITICIANS - PAST AND PRESENT

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  1. Ralph A. Campbell, Jr....
    Held for three terms the state auditor of North Carolina. A Democrat, Campbell is the first African-American to hold a state-wide elected office in North Carolina.

  2. Ralph Bunche...
    Was an American political scientist, diplomat and first African American who received the 1950 Nobel Peace Prize for his mediation in Palestine.

  3. Ralph Metcalfe...
    A Representative from Illinois.

  4. Randy Daniels...
    Former Secretary of State of New York.

  5. Ray Nagin...
    Ray Nagin - Mayor of New Orleans.

  6. Rhine McLin...
    Mayor of Dayton, Ohio.

  7. Richard Arrington Jr....
    The first African American mayor of the city of Birmingham, Alabama (USA), serving 20 years, from 1979 to 1999.

  8. Richard G. Hatcher...
    The first African-American mayor of Gary, Indiana.

  9. Richard Griffin...
    Former councilmember from the city of Richmond, California.

  10. Richard Harvey Cain...
    Was a United States Representative from 1873 to 1875 and 1877 to 1879.

  11. Rita Walters...
    Former member of the Los Angeles City Council representing the 9th district.

  12. Robert B. Jones...
    An African-American politician from the state of Michigan.

  13. Robert Brown Elliott...
    Was an African American member of the United States House of Representatives.

  14. Robert C. Farrell...
    A member of the Los Angeles City Council from 1974 - 1991.

  15. Robert Carlos De Large...
    Was a Republican member of the United States House of Representatives from South Carolina.Born in Aiken, S.C. on March 15, 1842.

  16. Robert C. Henry...
    Was the first African American to serve as mayor in the state of Ohio.

  17. Robert C. Scott...
    Congressman Robert C. "Bobby" Scott - Serving Virginia's 3rd Congressional District.

  18. Robert Dean...
    A politician from the state of Michigan. He is an African-American member of the Michigan House of Representatives. He is a Democrat.

  19. Robert N.C. Nix, Sr....
    Representative from Pennsylvania; born in Orangeburg, S.C., August 9, 1898.

  20. Robert Smalls...
    Robert Smalls - Official Website and Information Center.



  21. Rodney E. Slater...
    Former U.S. Secretary of Transportation.

  22. Rod Paige...
    Rod Paige Secretary of Education (2001-2005)

  23. Roger W. Ferguson, Jr....
    Chairman of Swiss Re America Holding Corporation and Head of Financial Services.

  24. Roland W. Burris ...
    Elected state comptroller for Illinois, 1978, re-elected twice; elected Illinois attorney general, 1990-94.

  25. Ronald Daniels...
    A third-party candidate (Peace and Freedom Party) for President of the United States in the 1992 U.S. presidential election in California.

  26. Ron Brown...
    From 1989 through 1992, Brown served as the highly visible deputy chairman of the Democratic National Committee (DNC).

  27. Ron Kirk...
    Was the first African American mayor of Dallas, Texas.

  28. Ron Oden...
    City of Palm Springs - Mayor Oden.

  29. Ron Sims...
    Ran unsuccessfully for higher office twice: United States Senator in 1994 and Governor of Washington in 2004.

  30. Sandra Bolden Cunningham...
    Former First Lady of Jersey City, New Jersey and the widow of former Mayor Glenn Cunningham.

  31. Sanford Bishop...
    Congressman Sanford Bishop, Georgia, 2nd District.

  32. Scipio Africanus Jones...
    Attorney & Judge, Civil Rights Activist & Businessman.

  33. Sharon McPhail...
    Served on the Detroit City Council since 2002.

  34. Sharon Pratt Kelly ...
    Mayor of Washington, D.C. from 1991 to 1994.

  35. Sharon Sayles Belton...
    City Council, 8th Ward, Minneapolis, 1984-93; president, City Council, Minneapolis, 1989-93; mayor of Minneapolis, 1994-.

  36. Sharpe James...
    The second African American Mayor of Newark, New Jersey.

  37. Sheila Dixon...
    Official website of Sheila Dixon for Baltimore Mayor.

  38. Sheila Jackson Lee...
    Congresswoman from Texas.

  39. Sheila Y. Oliver...
    New Jersey Legislature - Assemblywoman Sheila Y. Oliver (D)

  40. Sherman Nathaniel Copelin, Jr....
    Sherman Nathaniel Copelin, Jr. is a New Orleans based politician and businessman.

  41. Shirley Chisholm...
    Shirley Anita St. Hill Chisholm 1924–2005, U.S. congresswoman (1969–83), b. Brooklyn, N.Y.

  42. Stephanie Rawlings Blake...
    President of the Baltimore City Council.

  43. Stephanie Tubbs Jones ...
    Congresswoman from Ohio.

  44. Sherman Nathaniel Copelin, Jr....
    Sherman Nathaniel Copelin, Jr. is a New Orleans based politician and businessman.

  45. Theo Mitchell...
    Former Senator Mitchell represented District 7 of South Carolina in the State Senate.

  46. Thomas E. Miller...
    An African-American politician who was elected to the South Carolina congress.

  47. Thomas Van Renssalaer Gibbs...
    (1855-1898), the only son of Jonathan Clarkson Gibbs, and a member of the 1886 Florida Constitutional Convention.

  48. Thurgood Marshall...
    American jurist and the first African American to serve on the Supreme Court of the United States.

  49. Tom Bradley ...
    Tom Bradley was fully involved in Los Angeles elective politics, becoming the city's most prominent black leader and serving as a city council member (1963 – 73) and as mayor (1974 – 94).

  50. Tom Yarborough...
    The first black mayor in California.

  51. Vel Phillips...
    Secretary of State of Wisconsin.

  52. Vernon Robinson...
    A politician in the Winston-Salem, NC area.

  53. Vicki Miles-LaGrange...
    The first African American female elected to the Oklahoma Senate.

  54. Victor O. Frazer...
    A Delegate from Virgin Islands.

  55. Virginia Fields...
    The former Borough President of Manhattan, elected in 1997 and reelected in 2001.

  56. Walter R. Tucker, Jr....
    Walter R. Tucker, Jr. (August 27, 1924—October 1, 1990) was a dentist who served nine years as the Mayor of Compton, California.

  57. Walter R. Tucker III...
    A US Democratic politician from California.

  58. Walter Washington...
    First Home-Rule mayor of the District of Columbia.

  59. Wayne Keith Curry...
    Born January 6 1951 in Brooklyn, New York, was elected county executive for Prince George's County, Maryland in November 1994.

  60. Wellington Webb...
    The first African American Mayor of Denver, CO.

  61. Wentworth Cheswell...
    Wentworth Cheswell was a Black businessman and politician.

  62. W. Harry Davis, Sr....
    An American civil rights activist, amateur boxing coach, civic leader and businessman in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

  63. William C. Thompson, Jr....
    New York City Comptroller William C. Thompson, Jr.

  64. William Jefferson...
    Congressman William Jefferson, 2nd District of Louisana.

  65. William Lacy Clay...
    Congressman William Lacy Clay - Representing Missouri's First District.

  66. William Levi Dawson...
    An African American politician, lawyer and veteran of World War I. He was involved in local politics in Illinois representing that state for over 27 years in the U.S. House of Representatives.

  67. William R. Stewart...
    The second African American to be elected to the Ohio State Senate.

  68. Willie Brown...
    Served over 30 years in the California State Assembly, after which he became the first African-American mayor of San Francisco.

  69. Willie Logan...
    Former member of the Florida House of Representatives.

  70. Willie Wilson ...
    Ran for mayor of Washington against the incumbent Anthony Williams.

  71. Winsome Sears...
    A former Republican state delegate in the Commonwealth of Virginia.

  72. W. W. Herenton...
    Mayor of Memphis, Tennessee.

  73. Yaphett El-Amin...
    Yaphett El-Amin is an American politician who currently represents a portion of North St. Louis in the Missouri House of Representatives. She is a Democrat.

  74. Yvette Clarke...
    Member of the United States House of Representatives from New York's 11th congressional district.

  75. Yvonne B. Burke...
    Supervisor Yvonne B. Burke - County of Los Angeles.

  76. Yvonne R. Brown...
    Yvonne R. Brown is the Mayor of Tchula, Mississippi.

  77. Z. Alexander Looby...
    Elected to the Nashville, Tennessee City Council.



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