United States Congressman

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  • Morgan later served as a three-term postbellum United States Congressman from Ohio.
  • In 1958 he became an administrative assistant to a United States congressman.
  • He served as a United States Congressman from Tennessee, representing the tenth district.
  • The building served as a local theater in the 1970s while owned by former United States Congressman Jack Edwards.
  • Tillman's popularity suffered little, as two years later, he was elected to the first of five terms as a United States Congressman.
  • He served five terms as a Republican United States Congressman from the (now obsolete) First District.
  • The only daughter out of nine children, she was the sister of United States Congressman Lyle Boren.
  • He was an officer in the Union Army during the first part of the Civil War and a United States congressman during the latter half of the war.
  • Leggett was a nine-term United States congressman.
  • Bunning was elected as both a United States congressman and senator from Kentucky after retiring from baseball.
  • Early in Jackson's political career she served as press secretary for United States Congressman Mickey Leland.
  • A Democrat, he was the tenth Governor of Missouri and a one-term United States Congressman.
  • The building was named in honor and memory of Representative Leo J. Ryan, a United States congressman.
  • Among its early recruits was future United States Congressman John L. Vance, who would rise to the rank of lieutenant colonel.
  • For a number of years, he was engaged in business with his brother-in-law, William Clayton Anderson, a former United States Congressman.
  • In 1876 Cox returned to politics and was elected to and served one term as United States Congressman of Ohio.
  • The plantation was established by James Dellet, a prominent judge and United States Congressman, during the late 1810s.
  • Among those present were the Lieutenant Governor of Massachusetts, the Mayor of Quincy, and the United States Congressman from that district.
  • He served in the Maine State Senate and as a United States Congressman from the district which included his hometown of Bangor.
  • He was the state's first black Lieutenant Governor and later was a Republican United States Congressman from 1873 until 1875.
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