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  • Rashad Taylor

    Political consultant and former politician from Atlanta, Georgia. A Democrat, he served from 2009 to 2013 in the Georgia House of Representatives, representing the City of Atlanta from the 55th House District. Wikipedia

  • Marcus Brandon

    Politician from Greensboro, North Carolina who served in the North Carolina House of Representatives. A Democrat, he represented the 60th district from January 2011 through the end of 2014. Wikipedia

  • United States District Judge of the United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida and former Florida Circuit Court Judge. Gayles received a Bachelor of Arts degree in 1990 from Howard University. Wikipedia

  • CeCe McDonald

    African American, bisexual, trans woman, and LGBTQ activist. She came to national attention in June 2012 for accepting a plea bargain of 41 months for second-degree manslaughter of a man she stabbed after McDonald and her friends were assaulted in Minneapolis outside a bar near closing time. Wikipedia

  • Gordon Fox

    American attorney and politician from Providence, Rhode Island. He served formerly as the Speaker of the Rhode Island House of Representatives, before resigning in disgrace. Wikipedia

  • Althea Garrison

    Independent American politician from Boston, Massachusetts, who has served on the Boston City Council as an at-large councilor. Elected as a Republican to the Massachusetts House of Representatives in 1992 and served one term from 1993 to 1995. Wikipedia

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