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State of the Union address
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Hillary Clinton vs. Jeb Bush On the Issues
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CNN GOP Nevada debate
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Syrian Refugee crisis
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Marco Rubio vs. Jeb Bush On the Issues
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Hillary Clinton vs. Rand Paul On the Issues
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Rand Paul vs. Jeb Bush On the Issues
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Jeb vs. Hillary On the Issues
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Rand vs. Ron Paul On the Issues
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Hillary vs. Bill Clinton On the Issues
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Jeb vs. George Bush On the Issues
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3rd Romney-Obama debate (Lynn U., Oct. 22)

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Political Leaders:

Presidential contenders for 2020:
CEO Donald Trump (R,NY)
Mike Pence (V.P. and Former Governor)
Joe Biden (Democratic V.P. and Senator)
Kamala Harris (Democratic California Senator & V.P. nominee)
CA Sen.
Don Blankenship (former WV Senate nominee)
Rocky De La Fuente
De La Fuente
New York Green Party contender
Jo Jorgensen (Libertarian nominee)
Gloria La Riva
La Riva
Kanye West (Birthday Party)
Democratic Veepstakes contenders for 2020:
Stacey Abrams (Democratic state Rep.)
GA Rep.
Tammy Baldwin (WI Sen.)
WI Sen.
Tammy Baldwin
Rep. Karen Bass (CA-37)
CA Rep.
Karen Bass
Keisha Lance Bottoms (Atlanta, GA)
Atlanta Mayor
Keisha Bottoms
Val Demings (FL Rep.)
FL Rep.
Val Demings
Tammy Duckworth (IL Sen.)
IL Sen.Tammy
Kirsten Gillibrand (Democratic New York Senator)
NY Sen.
Sen. Maggie Hassan (NH)
NH Sen.Maggie
Amy Klobuchar (Democratic Minnesota Senator)
MN Sen.
Gov. Michelle Lujan-Grisham (NM)
NM Gov.
Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto (NV)
NV Sen.
Catherine Masto
Gina Raimondo (RI Gov)
RI Gov.
Gina Raimondo
Ambassador Susan Rice (ME)
Susan Rice
Sen. Jeanne Shaheen (NH)
NH Sen.
Elizabeth Warren (Democratic Massachusetts Senator)
MA Sen.
Gov. Gretchen Whitmer (MI)
MI Gov.
Attorney General Sally Yates (GA)
Sally Yates
Withdrawn Republican and Independent contenders for 2020:
Justin_Amash (Republican seeking Libertarian Party nomination)
MI Rep.
Former Rhode Island Governor and Senator
RI Gov.
Jeff Flake (Republican Arizona Senator)
AZ Sen.
Mitt Romney (Republican Utah Senator and former Massachusetts Governor)
UT Sen.
South Carolina Governor Mark Sanford
SC Gov.
Howard Schultz (Independent CEO)
Schultz (I)
Minnesota Governor; Green Party contender
Former Illinois Rep. (and radio host)
IL Rep.
Former Massachusetts Governor (Libertarian V.P. nominee 2016)
MA Gov.
Withdrawn Democratic contenders for 2020:
CO Sen. Michael Bennet
CO Sen.
Mike Bloomberg (Independent NYC mayor)
NYC Mayor
Cory Booker (New Jersey Democratic Senator)
NJ Sen.
Steve Bullock (Democratic Governor)
MT Gov.
Pete Buttigieg (Democratic South Bend IN Mayor)
IN Mayor
Julian Castro (Democratic Mayor and HUD Cabinet Secretary)
Bob Corker (Republican Tennessee Senator)
TN Sen.
 Bill de Blasio (NYC Mayor, D-NY)
NY Mayor
de Blasio
John Delaney (Former House Member, D-MD)
MD Rep.
Tulsi Gabbard (House Member, D-HI)
HI Rep.
Mike Gravel (Democratic Alaska Senator)
AK Sen.
John Hickenlooper (Democratic Colorado Governor)
CO Gov.
Jay Inslee (Democratic Washington Governor)
WA Gov.
Former Republican Governor John Kasich (Ohio)
OH Gov.
Terry McAuliffe (Democratic Governor)
VA Gov.
Wayne Messam (Democratic Florida Mayor)
FL Mayor
Seth Moulton (Democratic Massachusetts Rep.)
MA Rep.
Beto O`Rourke (Democratic Texas Congressman)
TX Rep.
Deval Patrick (Dem. Massachusetts Governor)
MA Gov.
OH-13 Rep. Tim Ryan
OH Rep.
Joe Sestak (Navy Admiral)
PA Rep.
Tom Steyer
>CA-15 Rep. Eric Swalwell
CA Rep.
Bernie Sanders (Independent Vermont Senator)
VT Sen.
Marianne Williamson (Democrat)
Andrew Yang (CEO of VFA)
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Bill Clinton
Democrat, 1992-2000
George Bush, Sr.
Republican, 1988-1992
Ronald Reagan
Republican, 1980-1988
Jimmy Carter
Democrat, 1976-1980
Gerald Ford
Republican, 1974-1976
Richard Nixon
Republican, 1968-1974
Lyndon Johnson
Democrat, 1963-1968
John F. Kennedy
Democrat, 1961-1963

Al Gore
Democratic V.P. 1992-2000
Bob Dole
Republican nominee 1996
Dan Quayle
Republican V.P. 1988-1992
Al Gore
Democratic nominee
Ralph Nader
Green Party nominee
Pat Buchanan
Reform Party nominee
Harry Browne
Libertarian nominee
John Hagelin
Natural Law nominee
Howard Phillips
Constitution nominee
David McReynolds
Socialist nominee

Joe Lieberman
Democratic V.P. nominee
Winona LaDuke
Green V.P. nominee
Ezola Foster
Reform V.P. nominee

Noam Chomsky
(Liberal Activist)
Newt Gingrich
(Speaker of the House, 1994-1998)
Jesse Jackson
(Democratic Spokesman)
Rush Limbaugh
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Ross Perot
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Donald Trump
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Alan Keyes
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Bill Bradley
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2016 Presidential Race:

2016 Presidential General Election major-party candidates:
CEO Donald Trump (R,NY) Indiana Governor Mike Pence (R,IN, V.P. nominee) Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton (D) Governor Tim Kaine (Ddemocratic V.P. nominee)
2016 Presidential General Election third-party candidates:
Former New Mexico Governor (Libertarian N.M.) Former Massachusetts Governor (Libertarian V.P.) Jill Stein (Green,MA) Ajamu Baraka (Green V.P. nominee) Evan McMullin (Independent presidential challenger)
2016 Republican Presidential Primary candidates:
Former Florida Governor Jeb Bush (R,FL) Tea Party favorite Ben Carson, M.D. (R,MD) New Jersey Governor Chris Christie (R,NJ) Senator Ted Cruz (R,TX) CEO Carly Fiorina (R,CA) Former Virginia Governor Jim Gilmore (R,VA) Sen. Lindsey Graham (R,SC) Gov. Mike Huckabee (R,AR) Gov. Bobby_Jindal (R,LA)
Former Governor John Kasich (R,OH) Former Governor Sarah Palin (R,AK) Former Governor George Pataki (R,NY) Senator Rand Paul (R,KY) Governor Rick Perry (R,TX) Senator Marco Rubio (R,FL) Former Senator Rick Santorum (R,PA) CEO Donald Trump (R,NY) Governor Scott Walker (R,WI)
2016 Democratic Presidential Primary candidates:
Vice President Joe Biden (D,DE) Mayor Mike Bloomberg (I,NYC) Governor Lincoln Chafee (I,RI) Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton (D) Governor Martin O`Malley (D,MD) Senator Bernie Sanders (I,VT) Senator Elizabeth Warren (D,MA) Former Senator Jim Webb (D,VA)

2012 Presidential Race:

Major party candidates:
Former Governor of Massachusetts Romney
Republican nominee    
Mitt Romney
Wisconsin Representative Paul Ryan
Republican V.P. nominee    
Paul Ryan
President Barack Obama
Democratic nominee    
Barack Obama
Vice President Joe Biden
Democratic V.P. nominee    
Joe Biden

Third party candidates:
Justice Party candidate Rocky Anderson
Justice Party nominee    
Rocky Anderson
Reform candidate Andre Barnett
Reform nominee    
Andre Barnett
Peace and Freedom Party candidate Roseanne Barr
Peace and Freedom     
Party nominee    
Roseanne Barr
Former Rep. and Constitution Party Nominee Virgil Goode
Constitution Party nominee    
Virgil Goode
Libertarian candidate; Former Governor of New Mexico Johnson
Libertarian nominee    
Gary Johnson
Green Party candidate Jill Stein
Green Party nominee    
Jill Stein

2008 Presidential Race:

  Major Party Race  

  Withdrawn Republicans  

  Withdrawn Democrats  


2004 Republicans  2004 Democrats  2004 3rd Parties  Presidential 2000  
George W. Bush   Sen. John Kerry Ralph Nader Al Gore
Dick Cheney Sen. John Edwards Peter Camejo Sen. Joe Lieberman
Colin Powell Sen. Hillary Clinton Michael Badnarik Bill Clinton
John Ashcroft  Gov. Howard Dean David Cobb Sen.John McCain  
Alan Keyes Barack Obama Michael Peroutka Pat Buchanan

Elected Officials:
Members of Congress, Senators, Senate candidates, Governors, and opinion leaders:

Neil AbercrombieDemocrat Representative (HI-1)
Spencer AbrahamCabinet Member & Former Republican Senator (MI)
Anibal Acevedo-VilaRepresentative (PR-Delegate)
Gary AckermanDem./Ind./Lib./Working-Fam. Representative (NY-5)
Robert AderholtRepublican Representative (AL-4)
Daniel AkakaDemocrat Jr Senator (HI)
Todd AkinRepublican Representative (MO-2)
Lamar AlexanderRepublican Candidate (TN)
Rodney AlexanderUS Representative (Louisiana-5)
Wayne AllardRepublican Jr Senator (CO)
George AllenRepublican Jr Senator (VA)
Tom AllenDemocrat Representative (ME-1)
Lincoln AlmondRepublican Governor (RI)
Rob AndrewsDemocrat Representative (NJ-1)
Frank AnnunziataIndependence (New York)
Robert AntonioniDemocratic Massachusetts State Senator (Worcester & Middlesex)
Bill ArcherRepublican Representative (TX-7)
Dick ArmeyRepublican Representative (TX-26)
John AshcroftCabinet Member Former Republican Senator (MO)
Joe BacaDemocrat Representative (CA-42)
Spencer BachusRepublican Representative (AL-6)
Jan Backus2000 Democrat Challenger for Senate (VT)
Michael BadnarikLibertarian presidential nominee 2004
Steven BaddourDemocratic Massachusetts State Senator (First Essex)
Scotty BaeslerFormer Democrat Representative (KY-6), ran for Senate (1998); re-ran for House (2000)
Brian BairdDemocrat Representative (WA-3)
Bill BakerFormer Republican Representative (CA-10)
Richard Hugh BakerRepublican Representative (LA-6)
John BaldacciDemocrat Representative (ME-2)
Tammy BaldwinDemocrat Representative (WI-2)
Frank BallanceUS Representative (North Carolina-1)
Ben Ballenger2000 Republican Challenger for Senate (GA)
Cass BallengerRepublican Representative (NC-10)
James BarciaDemocrat Representative (MI-5)
Roy BarnesDemocrat Governor (GA)
Bob BarrRepublican Representative (GA-7)
Bill BarrettRepublican Representative (NE-3)
Gresham BarrettUS Representative (South Carolina-3)
Tom BarrettDemocrat Representative (WI-5)
Jarrett BarriosDemocratic Massachusetts State Senator (Middlesex, Suffolk & Essex)
Roscoe BartlettRepublican Representative (MD-6)
Joe Linus BartonRepublican Representative (TX-6)
Chuck BassRepublican Representative (NH-2)
Herb BatemanRepublican Representative (VA-1)
Max BaucusDemocrat Sr Senator (MT)
Gary Bauer2000 Republican Primary Candidate for President
Evan BayhDemocrat Jr Senator (IN)
Bob BeauprezUS Representative (Colorado-7)
Xavier BecerraDemocrat Representative (CA-30)
Chris BellUS Representative (Texas-25)
Medea Benjamin2000 Green Challenger for Senate (CA)
Robert BennettRepublican Jr Senator (UT)
Ken BentsenDemocrat Representative (TX-25)
Doug BereuterRepublican Representative (NE-1)
Shelley BerkleyDemocrat Representative (NV-1)
Howard BermanDemocrat Representative (CA-26)
Ed BernsteinDemocrat (Nevada)
Frederick BerryDemocratic Massachusetts State Senator (Second Essex)
Marion BerryDemocrat Representative (AR-1)
Joe BidenDemocrat Jr Senator (DE)
Judy BiggertRepublican Representative (IL-13)
Brian BilbrayRepublican Representative (CA-49)
Michael BilirakisRepublican Representative (FL-9)
Jeff BingamanDemocrat Jr Senator (NM)
Tom BirminghamDemocratic Gubernatorial Challenger (MA)
Rob BishopUS Representative (Utah-1)
Sanford BishopDemocrat Representative (GA-2)
Tim BishopUS Representative (New York-1)
Marsha BlackburnUS Representative (Tennessee-7)
Rod BlagojevichDemocratic Governor; former Representative (IL-5)
Tom BlileyRepublican Representative (VA-7)
Alan BlinkenDemocrat Challenger (ID)
Earl BlumenauerDemocrat Representative (OR-3)
Roy BluntRepublican Representative (MO-7)
Peter BluteFormer Republican Representative (MA-3)
Sherry BoehlertRepublican/Independence Representative (NY-23)
John BoehnerRepublican Representative (OH-8)
Kit BondRepublican Sr Senator (MO)
Henry BonillaRepublican Representative (TX-23)
David BoniorDemocrat Representative (MI-10)
Jo BonnerUS Representative (Alabama-1)
Mary BonoRepublican Representative (CA-44)
Sonny BonoFormer Republican Representative (CA-44)
Robert BorskiDemocrat Representative (PA-3)
Leonard BoswellDemocrat Representative (IA-3)
Rick BoucherDemocrat Representative (VA-9)
Carlton BowenIndependent American (Utah)
Erskine BowlesDemocratic Candidate (NC)
Barbara BoxerDemocrat Jr Senator (CA)
Allen BoydDemocrat Representative (FL-2)
Bill BradburyDemocrat Challenger (OR)
Bill Bradley2000 Democratic Primary Challenger for President
Jeb BradleyUS Representative (New Hampshire-1)
Kevin BradyRepublican Representative (TX-8)
Robert BradyDemocrat Representative (PA-1)
John BreauxDemocrat Sr Senator (LA)
Phil BredesenDemocratic Governor (TN)
Stephen BrewerDemocratic Massachusetts State Senator (Worcester, Hampden, Hampshire & Franklin)
Stephen BreyerSupreme Court Justice
Susan BrooksFormer Republican Representative (CA-36)
Corrine BrownDemocrat Representative (FL-3)
George BrownFormer Democrat Representative (CA-42, 1965-1999)
Hank BrownFormer Republican Senator (CO)
Henry BrownRepublican Representative (SC-1)
Sherrod BrownDemocrat Representative (OH-13)
Troy Brown2000 Democrat Challenger for Senate (MS)
Sam BrownbackRepublican Sr Senator (KS)
Harry Browne2000 Libertarian Nominee for President
Ginny Brown-WaiteUS Representative (Florida-5)
Richard BryanDemocrat Jr Senator (NV)
Ed BryantRepublican Representative (TN-7)
Pat Buchanan2000 Reform Candidate for President
Dale BumpersFormer Democrat Senator (AR)
Jim BunningRepublican Jr Senator (KY)
Michael BurgessUS Representative (Texas-26)
Conrad BurnsRepublican Jr Senator (MT)
Max BurnsUS Representative (Georgia-12)
Richard BurrRepublican Representative (NC-5)
Tom Burrell2000 Independent Challenger for Senate (TN)
Dan BurtonRepublican Representative (IN-6)
George Bush Sr.President of the U.S., 1988-1992
George W. BushPresident of the United States
Jeb BushRepublican Governor (FL)
Steve BuyerRepublican Representative (IN-5)
Robert ByrdDemocrat Sr Senator (WV)
Sila CalderonPuerto Rico Governor (PR)
Sonny CallahanRepublican Representative (AL-1)
Ken CalvertRepublican Representative (CA-43)
Jose Camahort2000 Reform Challenger for Senate (CA)
Dave CampRepublican Representative (MI-4)
Ben Nighthorse CampbellRepublican Sr Senator (CO)
Tom CampbellRepublican Representative (CA-15) & 2000 Senate Challenger
Charles CanadyRepublican Representative (FL-12)
Chris CannonRepublican Representative (UT-3)
Eric CantorRepublican Representative (VA-7)
Maria CantwellDemocrat Jr Senator (WA)
Shelley Moore CapitoRepublican Representative (WV-2)
Lois CappsDemocrat Representative (CA-22)
Michael CapuanoDemocrat Representative (MA-8)
Benjamin CardinDemocrat Representative (MD-3)
Dennis CardozaUS Representative (California-18)
Jean CarnahanDemocrat Jr Senator (MO)
Mel CarnahanGovernor & 2000 Democrat Challenger for Senate (MO)-Deceased 2000
Tom CarperDemocrat Jr Senator (DE)
Brad CarsonDemocrat Representative (OK-2)
Julia CarsonDemocrat Representative (IN-10)
Jimmy CarterPresident of the U.S., 1976-1980
John CarterUS Representative (Texas-31)
Ed CaseUS Representative (Hawaii-2)
Michael CastleRepublican Representative (DE-AL)
Ben CayetanoDemocrat Governor (HI)
Ted Celeste2000 Democrat Challenger for Senate (OH)
Paul CelucciFormer Republican Governor (MA)
Steve ChabotRepublican Representative (OH-1)
John ChafeeFormer Republican Senator (RI)-Deceased 1999
Lincoln ChafeeRepublican Jr Senator (RI)
Saxby ChamblissRepublican Jr Senator (GA); Former Rep (GA-8)
Harriette ChandlerDemocratic Massachusetts State Senator (First Worcester)
Hazel Chandler2000 Natural Law Party Challenger for Senate (TX)
Elaine ChaoCabinet Member
Dick CheneyVice President of the United States
Helen ChenowethRepublican Representative (ID-1)
Chris ChocolaUS Representative (Indiana-2)
Noam ChomskyPolitical Activist
Donna ChristensenRepresentative (VI-Delegate)
Jon ChristensenFormer Republican Representative (NE-2)
Dick ChryslerFormer Republican Representative (MI-3)
Jeff Clark2000 Democrat Challenger for Senate (TN)
Wesley ClarkDemocrat for President
Ray ClatworthyRepublican Challenger (DE)
William Lacy ClayDemocrat Representative (MO-1)
Eva ClaytonDemocrat Representative (NC-1)
Max ClelandDemocrat Sr Senator (GA)
Bob ClementDemocrat Representative (TN-5)
Bill ClingerFormer Republican Representative (PA-5)
Bill ClintonPresident of the U.S., 1992-2000
Hillary ClintonDemocrat Jr Senator (NY)
James ClyburnDemocrat Representative (SC-6)
Daniel CoatsFormer Republican Senator (IN)
John Howard CobleRepublican Representative (NC-6)
Tom CoburnRepublican Representative (OK-2)
Thad CochranRepublican Sr Senator (MS)
Burt CohenDemocrat Challenger (NH)
William CohenFormer Republican Senator (ME)
Tom ColeUS Representative (Oklahoma-4)
Norm ColemanRepublican Challenger (MN)
Mac CollinsRepublican Representative (GA-3)
Susan CollinsRepublican Jr Senator (ME)
Larry CombestRepublican Representative (TX-19)
Gary ConditDemocrat Representative (CA-18)
Kent ConradDemocrat Sr Senator (ND)
John ConyersDemocrat Representative (MI-14)
Merrill CookRepublican Representative (UT-2)
John CookseyRepublican Representative (LA-5)
Wes CooleyFormer Republican Representative (OR-2)
Jim CooperUS Representative (Tennessee-5)
Joyce Jansa CorcoranDemocrat Challenger (WY)
John CornynRepublican Challenger (TX)
Jon CorzineDemocrat Jr Senator (NJ)
Jerry CostelloDemocrat Representative (IL-12)
Paul CoverdellFormer Republican Senator (GA)
Christopher CoxRepublican Representative (CA-47)
William CoyneDemocrat Representative (PA-14)
Larry CraigRepublican Sr Senator (ID)
Bud CramerDemocrat Representative (AL-5)
Philip CraneRepublican Representative (IL-8)
Michael CrapoRepublican Jr Senator (ID)
Robert CreedonDemocratic Massachusetts State Senator (Second Plymouth & Bristol)
Cynthia CreemDemocratic Massachusetts State Senator (First Middlesex & Norfolk)
Frank CremeansFormer Republican Representative (OH-6)
Ander CrenshawRepublican Representative (FL-4)
Joseph CrowleyDemocrat Representative (NY-7)
Barbara CubinRepublican Representative (WY-AL)
John CulbersonRepublican Representative (TX-7)
Elijah CummingsDemocrat Representative (MD-7)
Duke CunninghamRepublican Representative (CA-51)
Andrew CuomoDemocratic Challenger Governor (NY)
Mario CuomoFormer Governor of New York
Al D'AmatoRepublican Jr Senator (NY)
Pat DannerDemocrat Representative (MO-6)
Tom DaschleDemocrat Sr Senator (SD)
Artur DavisUS Representative (Alabama-7)
Danny DavisDemocrat Representative (IL-7)
Gray DavisDemocrat Governor (CA)
Jim DavisDemocrat Representative (FL-11)
Jo Ann DavisRepublican Representative (VA-1)
Lincoln DavisUS Representative (Tennessee-4)
Susan DavisDemocrat Representative (CA-49)
Tom DavisRepublican Representative (VA-11)
Mark DaytonDemocrat Jr Senator (MN)
Nathan DealRepublican Representative (GA-9)
Howard DeanFormer Democrat Governor (VT)
Peter DefazioDemocrat Representative (OR-4)
Diana DeGetteDemocrat Representative (CO-1)
Bill DelahuntDemocrat Representative (MA-10)
Rosa DeLauroDemocrat Representative (CT-3)
Tom DeLayRepublican Representative (TX-22)
Jim DeMintRepublican Representative (SC-4)
Peter DeutschDemocrat Representative (FL-20)
Mike DeWineRepublican Sr Senator (OH)
Jim Dexter2000 Libertarian Challenger for Senate (UT)
Lincoln Diaz-BalartRepublican Representative (FL-21)
Mario Diaz-BalartUS Representative (Florida-25)
Jay DickeyRepublican Representative (AR-4)
Norm DicksDemocrat Representative (WA-6)
Donny DiFrancescoRepublican Governor (NJ)
John DingellDemocrat Representative (MI-16)
Julian DixonDemocrat Representative (CA-32)
Princella Dixon2000 Republican Challenger for Senate (GA)
Chris DoddDemocrat Sr Senator (CT)
Lloyd DoggettDemocrat Representative (TX-10)
Bob DoleFormer Republican Senator (KS)
Elizabeth Dole2000 Republican Primary Candidate for President; 2002 NC Senator
Pete DomeniciRepublican Sr Senator (NM)
Cal DooleyDemocrat Representative (CA-20)
John DoolittleRepublican Representative (CA-4)
Byron DorganDemocrat Jr Senator (ND)
Bob DornanFormer Republican Representative (CA-46)
Jim DouglasRepublican Governor (VT)
Eugene Douglass2000 Republican Challenger for Senate (HI)
Mike DoyleDemocrat Representative (PA-18)
David DreierRepublican Representative (CA-28)
Jimmy DuncanRepublican Representative (TN-2)
Jennifer DunnRepublican Representative (WA-8)
Richard DurbinDemocrat Sr Senator (IL)
James DurkinRepublican Challenger (IL)
Mark EarleyRepublican Candidate Governor (VA)
Mike EasleyDemocrat Governor (NC)
John Eastman2000 Natural Law Challenger for Senate (OH)
Chet EdwardsDemocrat Representative (TX-11)
John EdwardsDemocrat Jr Senator (NC)
Vernon EhlersRepublican Representative (MI-3)
Robert EhrlichFormer Republican Representative (MD-2); currently Governor
Rahm EmanuelUS Representative (Illinois-5)
Bill EmersonFormer Republican Representative (MO-8)
Jo Ann EmersonRepublican Representative (MO-8)
Eliot EngelDemocrat/Liberal Representative (NY-17)
John EnglerRepublican Governor (MI)
Phil EnglishRepublican Representative (PA-21)
John EnsignRepublican Jr Senator (NV)
Michael EnziRepublican Jr Senator (WY)
Anna EshooDemocrat Representative (CA-14)
Bob EtheridgeDemocrat Representative (NC-2)
Donald EvansCabinet Member
Lane EvansDemocrat Representative (IL-17)
Larry Evans2000 Natural Law Challenger for Senate (IN)
Terry EverettRepublican Representative (AL-2)
Thomas EwingRepublican Representative (IL-15)
Jim ExonFormer Democrat Senator (NE)
Lauch FairclothFormer Republican Senator (NC)
Eni FaleomavaegaDemocratic Delegate to Congress from Samoa
Susan FargoDemocratic Massachusetts State Senator (Third Middlesex)
Sam FarrDemocrat Representative (CA-17)
Chaka FattahDemocrat Representative (PA-2)
Harris FawellFormer Republican Representative (IL-13)
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John Featherman2000 Libertarian Challenger for Senate (PA)
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Ed Flanagan2000 Democrat Challenger for Senate (VT)
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Milton FriedmanLibertarian Economist
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David Gallaher2000 Republican Challenger for Senate (WV)
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Jim Giles2000 Independent Challenger for Senate (MS)
John Gillespie2000 Republican Challenger for Senate (WI)
Paul GillmorRepublican Representative (OH-5)
Benjamin GilmanRepublican Representative (NY-20)
Jim GilmoreRepublican Governor (VA)
Phil GingreyUS Representative (Georgia-11)
Newt GingrichFormer Speaker of the House of Representatives (R, GA-6)
Ruth Bader GinsburgSupreme Court Justice
Philip Giordano2000 Republican Challenger for Senate (CT)
Rudy GiulianiMayor of New York City; Republican Candidate for 2000 Senate (NY)
Parris GlendeningDemocrat Governor (MD)
John GlennFormer Democrat Senator (OH)
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Nat GoldhaberNatural Law (Vice President)
Charlie GonzalezDemocrat Representative (TX-20)
Virgil GoodeIndependent Representative (VA-5)
Bob GoodlatteRepublican Representative (VA-6)
Bill GoodlingRepublican Representative (PA-19)
Bart GordonDemocrat Representative (TN-6)
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Slade GortonFormer Republican Senator (WA)
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Steve Hopkins2000 Constitution Challenger for Senate (TX)
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John HostettlerRepublican Representative (IN-8)
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Carla HowellLibertarian Challenger Governor (MA) & 2000 Challenger for Senate
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Henry HydeRepublican Representative (IL-6)
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Jay InsleeDemocrat Representative (WA-1)
Johnny IsaksonRepublican Representative (GA-6)
Steve IsraelDemocrat Representative (NY-2)
Darrell IssaRepublican Representative (CA-48)
Ernest IstookRepublican Representative (OK-5)
Jesse Louis JacksonDemocrat Representative (IL-2)
Rev. Jesse JacksonCivil Rights Activist
Cheryl JacquesDemocratic Massachusetts State Senator (Norfolk, Bristol & Middlesex)
Bill JanklowRepublican Governor (SD)
Jeff Jared2000 Libertarian Challenger for Senate (WA)
William JeffersonDemocrat Representative (LA-2)
Jim JeffordsRepublican Jr Senator (VT)
Bill JenkinsRepublican Representative (TN-1)
Mike JohannsRepublican Governor (NE)
Chris JohnDemocrat Representative (LA-7)
Charles Johnson2000 Independent Challenger for Senate (TN)
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Gary JohnsonRepublican Governor (NM)
Nancy Lee JohnsonRepublican Representative (CT-6)
Sam JohnsonRepublican Representative (TX-3)
Tim JohnsonDemocrat Jr Senator (SD)
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Bennett JohnstonFormer Democrat Senator (LA)
Stephanie Tubbs JonesDemocrat Representative (OH-11)
Walter Beaman JonesRepublican Representative (NC-3)
Brian JoyceDemocratic Massachusetts State Senator (Norfolk, Bristol & Plymouth)
Paul KanjorskiDemocrat Representative (PA-11)
Marcy KapturDemocrat Representative (OH-9)
John KasichRepublican Representative (OH-12)
Nancy KassebaumFormer Republican Senator (KS)
Frank KeatingRepublican Governor (OK)
Ric KellerRepublican Representative (FL-8)
Gene Kelley2000 Democrat Challenger for Senate (TX)
Sue KellyRepublican/Conservative Representative (NY-19)
Dirk KempthorneRepublican Governor (ID) & Senator
Anthony KennedySupreme Court Justice
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Joe KnollenbergRepublican Representative (MI-11)
Tony KnowlesDemocrat Governor (AK)
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Frank LautenbergDemocrat Sr Senator (NJ)
Philip Lawler2000 Constitution Challenger for Senate (MA)
Mark Lawrence2000 Democrat Challenger for Senate (ME)
Rick LazioRepublican/Cons. Representative (NY-2); candidate for Senate 2000
Jim LeachRepublican Representative (IA-1)
Patrick LeahyDemocrat Sr Senator (VT)
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Barbara LeeDemocrat Representative (CA-9)
Sheila Jackson LeeDemocrat Representative (TX-18)
Brian LeesRepublican Massachusetts State Senator (First Hampden & Hampshire)
Carl LevinFormer Democrat Senator (MI)
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Al LewisGreen Party (New York)
Jerry LewisRepublican Representative (CA-40)
John LewisDemocrat Representative (GA-5)
Ron LewisRepublican Representative (KY-2)
Joseph LiebermanDemocrat Jr Senator, ran for V.P. 2000, ran for president 2004 (CT)
Gail Lightfoot2000 Libertarian Challenger for Senate (CA)
Jim LightfootFormer Republican Representative (IA-3)
Rush LimbaughConservative Talk-show Host
Blanche Lambert LincolnDemocrat Jr Senator (AR)
John LinderRepublican Representative (GA-11)
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Bob LivingstonFormer Republican Representative (LA-1)
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Gary LockeDemocrat Governor (WA)
Zoe LofgrenDemocrat Representative (CA-16)
Mel Logan2000 Democrat Challenger for Senate (WY)
Willie Logan2000 Independent Challenger for Senate (FL)
Jim LongleyFormer Republican Representative (ME-1)
Trent LottRepublican Jr Senator (MS)
Nita LoweyDemocrat Representative (NY-18)
Frank Dean LucasRepublican Representative (OK-6)
Ken LucasDemocrat Representative (KY-4)
Richard LugarRepublican Sr Senator (IN)
Bill LutherDemocrat/Farmer/Labor Representative (MN-6)
Steve LynchDemocrat Representative (MA-9)
Paul MacGregor2000 Libertarian Challenger for Senate (GA)
Connie MackRepublican Jr Senator (FL)
David MagnaniDemocratic Massachusetts State Senator (Second Middlesex & Norfolk)
Denise MajetteUS Representative (Georgia-4)
Carolyn MaloneyDemocrat/Liberal Representative (NY-14)
Jim MaloneyDemocrat Representative (CT-5)
Donald ManzulloRepublican Representative (IL-16)
Ed MarkeyDemocrat Representative (MA-7)
Jim MarshallUS Representative (Georgia-3)
Tom MartinDemocratic Challenger for House (PA-5)
Marty MartinezRepublican Representative (CA-31)
Mel MartinezCabinet Member
Judy MartzRepublican Governor (MT)
Frank MascaraDemocrat Representative (PA-20)
Jim MathesonDemocrat Representative (UT-2)
Robert MatsuiDemocrat Representative (CA-5)
Mack Mattingly2000 Republican Challenger for Senate (GA)
Charlie MatulkaDemocrat Challenger (NE)
John McAlister2000 Libertarian Challenger for Senate (OH)
John McCainRepublican Sr Senator (AZ)
Scott McCallumRepublican Governor (WI)
Carolyn McCarthyDem./Ind./Working-Families Representative (NY-4)
Karen McCarthyDemocrat Representative (MO-5)
Betty McCollumDemocrat Representative (MN-4)
Bill McCollumRepublican Representative (FL-8)
Mitch McConnellRepublican Sr Senator (KY)
Thad McCotterUS Representative (Michigan-11)
Jim McCreryRepublican Representative (LA-4)
Joe McDadeFormer Republican Representative (PA-10)
Jim McDermottDemocrat Representative (WA-7)
Thomas McGeeDemocratic Massachusetts State Senator (Third Essex & Middlesex)
Jim McGovernDemocrat Representative (MA-3)
Jim McGreeveyDemocrat Candidate Governor (NJ)
John McHughRepublican/Conservative Representative (NY-24)
Scott McInnisRepublican Representative (CO-3)
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Mike McIntyreDemocrat Representative (NC-7)
Kevin McKeigue2000 Independent Challenger for Senate (WA)
Buck McKeonRepublican Representative (CA-25)
Cynthia McKinneyDemocrat Representative (GA-4)
Michael McNultyDemocratic/Ind./Cons. Representative (NY-21)
Marty MeehanDemocrat Representative (MA-5)
Carrie MeekDemocrat Representative (FL-17)
Kendrick MeekUS Representative (Florida-17)
Gregory MeeksDem./Working-Families Representative (NY-6)
Linda MelconianDemocratic Massachusetts State Senator (Hampden)
Joan MenardDemocratic Massachusetts State Senator (First Bristol & Plymouth)
Robert MenendezDemocrat Representative (NJ-13)
Jack MetcalfRepublican Representative (WA-2)
Jan MeyersFormer Republican Representative (KS-3)
John MicaRepublican Representative (FL-7)
Michael MichaudUS Representative (Maine-2)
Barbara MikulskiDemocrat Jr Senator (MD)
Juanita Millender-McDonaldDemocrat Representative (CA-37)
Brad MillerUS Representative (North Carolina-13)
Candice MillerUS Representative (Michigan-10)
Dan MillerRepublican Representative (FL-13)
Gary MillerRepublican Representative (CA-41)
George MillerDemocrat Representative (CA-7)
Jeff MillerRepublican Representative (FL-1)
Zell MillerDemocrat Jr Senator, retiring 2004 (GA)
Norman MinetaCabinet Member
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Ruth Ann MinnerDemocrat Governor (DE)
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Alan MollohanDemocrat Representative (WV-1)
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Mark MontignyDemocratic Massachusetts State Senator (Second Bristol & Plymouth)
Dennis MooreDemocrat Representative (KS-3)
Richard MooreDemocratic Massachusetts State Senator (Worcester & Norfolk)
Carlos MoorheadFormer Republican Representative (CA-27)
James MoranDemocrat Representative (VA-8)
Jerry MoranRepublican Representative (KS-1)
Connie MorellaRepublican Representative (MD-8)
Michael MorrisseyDemocratic Massachusetts State Senator (Norfolk & Plymouth)
Carol Moseley-BraunFormer Democrat Senator (IL)
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Frank MurkowskiRepublican Jr Senator (AK)
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Tim MurphyUS Representative (Pennsylvania-18)
Patty MurrayDemocrat Jr Senator (WA)
Therese MurrayDemocratic Massachusetts State Senator (Plymouth & Barnstable)
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Marilyn MusgraveUS Representative (Colorado-4)
Ronnie MusgroveDemocrat Governor (MS)
John MyersFormer Republican Representative (IN-7)
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Ralph Nader2000 Green Candidate for President
Jerrold NadlerDem./Lib./Working-Families Representative (NY-8)
Grace NapolitanoDemocrat Representative (CA-34)
Lewis Napper2000 Libertarian Challenger for Senate (MS)
Richard NealDemocrat Representative (MA-2)
Ben NelsonDemocrat Jr Senator (NE)
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George NethercuttRepublican Representative (WA-5)
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Mark NeumannFormer Republican Representative (WI-1)
Bob NeyRepublican Representative (OH-18)
Don NicklesRepublican Sr Senator (OK)
Richard NixonPresident of the U.S., 1968-1974
Anne Meagher NorthupRepublican Representative (KY-3)
Eleanor Holmes NortonDemocrat Representative (DC-Delegate)
Gale NortonCabinet Member
Charlie NorwoodRepublican Representative (GA-10)
Andrea NuciforoDemocratic Massachusetts State Senator (Berkshire, Hampshire & Franklin)
Devin NunesUS Representative (California-21)
Sam NunnFormer Democrat Senator (GA)
Jim NussleRepublican Representative (IA-2)
Frank O'BannonDemocrat Governor (IN)
James OberstarDemocrat/Farmer/Labor Representative (MN-8)
David ObeyDemocrat Representative (WI-7)
Shannon O'BrienDemocratic Gubernatorial Challenger (MA)
Sandra Day O'ConnorSupreme Court Justice
Shawn OHara2000 Reform Challenger for Senate (MS)
Robert O`LearyDemocratic Massachusetts State Senator (Cape & Islands)
John OlverDemocrat Representative (MA-1)
Paul O'NeillCabinet Member
Solomon OrtizDemocrat Representative (TX-27)
Tom OsborneRepublican Representative (NE-3)
Doug OseRepublican Representative (CA-3)
Butch OtterRepublican Representative (ID-1)
Bill OwensRepublican Governor (CO)
Major OwensDemocrat/Working-Families Representative (NY-11)
David Ownby2000 Independent Challenger for Senate (TN)
Michael OxleyRepublican Representative (OH-4)
Marc PachecoDemocratic Massachusetts State Senator (First Plymouth & Bristol)
Ron PackardRepublican Representative (CA-48)
Rod PaigeCabinet Member
Frank PalloneDemocrat Representative (NJ-6)
Steven PanagiotakosDemocratic Massachusetts State Senator (First Middlesex)
Susan ParkerDemocrat Challenger (AL)
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George PatakiRepublican Governor (NY)
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Ron PaulRepublican Representative (TX-14)
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Tim Peterson2000 Libertarian Challenger for Senate (WI)
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Mark PryorDemocrat Challenger (AR)
Adam PutnamRepublican Representative (FL-12)
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James QuillenFormer Republican Representative (TN-1)
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Nick RahallDemocrat Representative (WV-3)
Jim RamstadRepublican Representative (MN-3)
Charles RangelDem./Lib./Working-Families Representative (NY-15)
Sam Rankin2000 Reform Challenger for Senate (MT)
Paul Rappaport2000 Republican Challenger for Senate (MD)
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William Redmond2000 Republican Challenger for Senate (NM)
Jack ReedDemocrat Sr Senator (RI)
Brian Rees2000 Natural Law Challenger for Senate (CA)
Ralph RegulaRepublican Representative (OH-16)
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Robert ReichFormer Labor Secretary & Democratic Gubernatorial Challenger (MA)
Harry ReidDemocrat Sr Senator (NV)
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Rick RenziUS Representative (Arizona-1)
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Bill RichardsonDemocratic Governor (NM)
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Frank RiggsFormer Republican Representative (CA-1)
Bob RileyRepublican Representative (AL-3)
Robert RileyRepublican Governor (AL)
Lynn Nancy RiversDemocrat Representative (MI-13)
Charles RobbFormer Democrat Senator (VA)
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Jack Robinson2000 Republican Challenger for Senate (MA)
John RockefellerFormer Democrat Senator (WV)
Ciro RodriguezDemocrat Representative (TX-28)
Tim RoemerDemocrat Representative (IN-3)
James RoganRepublican Representative (CA-27)
Hal RogersRepublican Representative (KY-5)
Mike RogersRepublican Representative (MI-8)
Dana RohrabacherRepublican Representative (CA-45)
Stanley RosenbergDemocratic Massachusetts State Senator (Hampshire & Franklin)
Ileana Ros-LehtinenRepublican Representative (FL-18)
Mike RossDemocrat Representative (AR-4)
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Ed RoyceRepublican Representative (CA-39)
Peter Ruane2000 Democrat Challenger for Senate (NY)
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Mary Ruwart2000 Libertarian Challenger for Senate (TX)
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Jim RyunRepublican Representative (KS-2)
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Matt SalmonRepublican Representative (AZ-1)
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Loretta SanchezDemocrat Representative (CA-46)
Duane Sand2000 Republican Challenger for Senate (ND)
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Alex SandersDemocratic Candidate (SC)
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Max SandlinDemocrat Representative (TX-1)
Mark SanfordRepublican Governor (SC); formerly Representative (SC-1)
Rick SantorumRepublican Jr Senator (PA)
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Tom SawyerDemocrat Representative (OH-14)
Jim SaxtonRepublican Representative (NJ-3)
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Joe ScarboroughRepublican Representative (FL-1)
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Andrea SeastrandFormer Republican Representative (CA-22)
James SensenbrennerRepublican Representative (WI-9)
Jose SerranoDemocrat/Liberal Representative (NY-16)
Jeff SessionsFormer Republican Senator (AL)
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John ShadeggRepublican Representative (AZ-4)
Jeanne ShaheenDemocrat Governor (NH); candidate for Senate 2002
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Al SharptonCivil Rights Activist
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