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Following are short biographies on famous Democrats who have had a significant impact on the country either directly or indirectly. All of the information presented has been verified to be accurate. Notwithstanding, the biographies are short and do not fully represent the entire history of each individual. Many of the people whose biographies follow are also included in the Famous Quotes section of this website. Most people would agree that a person's own words are a reflection of that person and how they think.

Abzug, Bella

Bella Abzug (1920 - 1998) was an attorney and liberal Democratic member of the U.S. House of Representatives. She was also a social activist and one of the founders of the National Women's Political Caucus.

Alinsky, Saul

Saul Alinsky (1909 - 1972) was a writer, socialist, and radical community organizer who was an inspiration to Democratic President Barack Obama and Democratic Party candidate for President Hillary Clinton..

Alexander, Lee

Lee Alexander (1927 – 1996) was a Democrat who served as Mayor of Syracuse, New York for 16 years. Mayor Alexander was indicted in Federal District Court on 40 counts of extortion, racketeering, conspiracy, and income tax evasion. He pled guilty and was sentenced to 10 years in a federal prison.

Ayers, Bill

Bill Ayers (born 1944) is a Democrat and a founder of the Weather Underground, a self-described communist revolutionary group that has the goal of overthrowing the United States. The organization conducted a bombing campaign of public buildings including the Pentagon, the U.S. Capitol, and several police stations during the 1960s and 1970s in order to help communist North Vietnam. Bill Ayers is a retired professor, who received the title of Distinguished Professor of Education from the University of Chicago. He is married to Bernardine Dohrn, a felon who was once on the FBI’s 10 Most Wanted List, and a founder of the Weather Underground. Both Bill Ayers and Bernardine Dohrn assisted Democrat Barack Obama in his early political career.


Baldwin, Roger Nash

Roger Nash Baldwin (1884 – 1981) was a Democrat, a conscientious objector, and one of the founders of the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) which he headed until 1950. After spending several months in the Soviet Union in 1927, he returned to work for the ACLU and stated: “Communism, of course, is the goal.” Later, he renounced Communism becoming a Democrat and member of the Industrial Workers of the World.

Barry, Marion

Marion Barry (born 1936) is a Democratic politician who served as Mayor of Washington D.C. from 1979 to 1991 and from 1995 to 1999. In 1990, he was videotaped smoking crack cocaine and arrested by the FBI. He served 6 months in a federal prison before being re-elected to the D.C. City Council, and later to another term as Mayor of Washington D.C. In October of 2005, Barry pleaded guilty to charges that he failed to pay federal and local income taxes. He was sentenced in a D.C. court to probation. Subsequently, he has had numerous other problems with law enforcement agencies. Marion Barry has been a strong supporter of President Barak Obama and Hillary Clinton.

Beard, Charles

Charles A, Beard (1874-1948) was a Democrat, an author, a history professor at Columbia University in New York City and one of the most influential historians on college and university campuses in American history. His most influential history text book, An Economic Interpretation of the Constitution of the United States argues that the founding fathers were not patriots, but were motivated by their own selfish financial interests. He does not mention that the Founding Fathers were Christians who risked their lives, the lives of their families, and the loss of their property for independence and liberty.

Beck, Dave

Dave Beck (1894-1993) was a liberal Democrat and president of the International Brotherhood of Teamsters from 1952 to 1957. He was a union leader for most of his adult life until he went to prison. Dave Beck became famous in 1957 when he invoked his Fifth Amendment right against self-incrimination 117 times while testifying before the United States Senate Select Committee on Improper Activities in Labor about $322,000 missing from the union treasury. In 1959, Dave Beck was prosecuted for labor racketeering, embezzlement, and tax evasion and sentenced to three years in federal prison. His successor was James Hoffa who also went to prison.

Berry, Mary Frances

Mary Frances Berry (born 1983) is a liberal Democrat, a professor of history at the University of Pennsylvania, and the former Chairperson of the United States Commission on Civil Rights from 1993 to 2004. She was appointed to that position by Democratic President Bill Clinton. She claims that the civil rights laws were not created to protect white men and do not protect them.

Biaggi, Mario

Mario Biaggi (1917 – 2015) was a Democratic member of the United States House of Representatives from New York. Congressman Biaggi was convicted of accepting bribes and obstruction of justice, and sentenced to 2.5 years in federal prison. He was also fined $500,000.

Bilbo, Theodore G.

Theodore G. Bilbo (1877 - 1947) was a Democratic Governor of Mississippi and Democratic United States Senator from Mississippi. He was also a segregationist, white supremacist, and member of the Ku Klux Klan. He was a supporter of President Franklin D. Roosevelt and severely criticized President Herbert Hoover publicly for having once danced with a black woman.

Boxer, Barbara

Barbara Boxer (born 1940) is a liberal Democratic U.S. Senator from California. Prior to being elected to the Senate in 1993, she served in the U.S. House of Representatives from 1983 to 1993. She is a supporter of ObamaCare, strict gun control, free birth control, free college tuition, and partial birth abortion.

Bentel, John

John Bentel was the director of Information Resource Management in the United States State Department during the time Hillary Clinton was Secretary of State. When called upon to testify about the thousands of Hillary Clinton emails that had been destroyed, John Bentel invoked his Fifth Amendment rights and refused to answer more than 90 questions in a deposition being taken by Judicial Watch. Mr. Bentel, on the advice of Obama Justice Department legal counsel and personal legal counsel, refused to answer any questions about whether Hillary Clinton had offered him employment, was paying for his private legal counsel, or offered him any compensation or benefits. He was represented by three Obama Justice Department attorneys and two private attorneys.

Brennan, John O.

John Owen Brennan (born 1955) is a liberal Democrat and was Director of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) from 2013 to January 2017. He was appointed by President Barack Obama serving until the inauguration of President Trump. He is considered by most conservatives to be a Trump Hater. John Brennan has referred to President Trump as corrupt, vernal, a charlatan, a demagogue, and wanting to destroy America.

Bryant, C. Farris

Cecil Farris Bryant (1914 – 2002) was a Democrat, a segregationist, and the Governor of Florida from 1961 to 1965. Prior to being elected governor, he was a member of the Florida House of Representatives from 1942 to 1944 and from 1946 to 1956. After his term as governor, he served in the administration of Democratic President Lyndon Johnson.

Bustamante, Albert

Albert Bustamante (born 1935) was a Democratic member of the United States House of Representatives from Texas. Congressman Bustamante was convicted of accepting bribes and racketeering and was sentenced to 42 months in a federal prison.

Byrd, Robert

Robert Byrd (1917 - 2010) was a former member of the Ku Klux Klan and Democratic U.S. Senator from West Virginia from 1959 to 2010. Prior to that, he was a Democratic member of the U.S. House of Representatives from 1953 to 1959. He filibustered against the 1964 Civil Rights Act and advocated segregation of the races, but later moderated his views and denounced racial intolerance.


Calderon, Ron

Ron Calderon (born 1957) is a former Democratic California State Senator that was first elected in 2006. In 2013, the FBI raided his offices and in 2014, he agreed to surrender to federal authorities after being named in a federal grand jury indictment. In 2016, he agreed to plead guilty to mail fraud in connection with money laundering and accepting nearly $160,000 in bribes. He was sentenced to serve 42 months in a federal prison. His brother, Thomas Calderon, a former member of the California State Assembly, was sentenced to 10 months.

Carville, James

James Carville (born 1944) is a Democrat, liberal political commentator and consultant, who was the lead political strategist for Governor Bill Clinton in his successful campaign for the 1992 presidential nomination and the following presidential election. Prior to getting involved in Democratic politics he was a litigation attorney.

Chomsky, Noam

Noam Chomsky (born 1928) is an author, political activist, professor at Massachusetts Institute of Technology and a Democrat. He believes the Republican Party has become the most dangerous organization in world history, has expressed sympathy for Islamic terrorists, and is extremely critical of Israel.

Chu, Judy

Judy Chu (born 1953) is a Democrat and the first Chinese American woman to be elected to the United States House of Representatives. She represents California’s 27th Congressional District which covers Alhambra, Altadena, Arcadia, Bradbury, Claremont, Glendora, Monrovia, Monterey Park, Pasadena, Rosemead, San Gabriel, San Marino, Sierra Madre, South Pasadena, Temple City, and Upland. The district is one of the safest districts for Democrats in the nation. Judy Chu is a strong supporter of Planned Parenthood and unrestricted abortions. In 2011, she was formally reprimanded by the House Ethics Committee for interfering with their investigation of her office for ethics violations in connection with her election campaign. She supported Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton.

Claiborne, Harry E.

Harry E. Clairborn (1917 -2004) was a Democrat and a judge of the United States District Court for the District of Nevada from 1978 until his impeachment and removal from office in 1986. He was appointed by Democratic President Jimmy Carter and was only the fifth person in U.S. history to be removed from office through impeachment by the United States Congress. Prior to being appointed judge, he was a criminal defense attorney who had represented Frank “lefty” Rosenthal, Benny Binion, Bugsy Siegel, and Joe Conforte, the owner of the famous Mustang Ranch Nevada brothel. Harry Claiborne was convicted in 1984 of tax evasion and served 17 months of a two-year prison sentence. The State Bar of Nevada did not disbar him even though he was convicted of a felony and in 1987 Harry Claiborne began practicing law again in Nevada until his death in 2004.

Cooke, Janet

Janet Cooke (born 1954) is a Democrat and a former journalist for The Washington Post. She was forced to resign after it was learned that she had fabricated several stories that had been printed in the newspaper. It was also discovered that her application for employment contained fabricated information about her educational background and achievements. The Washington Post offered a public apology on behalf of the newspaper in order to mitigate damage to its reputation.


Davis, Jefferson

Jefferson Davis (1808 – 1889) was a Democratic member of the U.S. House of Representatives and U.S. Senator from Mississippi, and the Secretary of War under Democrat President Franklin Pierce before becoming President of the Confederate States of America. As President of the Confederacy, he defended the right to own slaves. The Confederacy was defeated by Union forces in 1865 led by President Abraham Lincoln.

Dean, Howard

Howard Dean (born November 1948) served six terms as Governor of Vermont and ran unsuccessfully for the Democratic nomination in the 2004 Presidential election. He also served in the Vermont House of Representatives and as Lieutenant Governor.

de Blasio, Bill

Bill de Blasio (born 1961) was elected Mayor of New York City in 2013. Prior to serving as mayor, he served on the New York City Council and as Public Advocate of New York City. A liberal Democrat, he supports sanctuary cities, partial birth abortion, free abortions, same sex marriage, and strict gun control. He has increased local taxes, turned New York into a sanctuary city, and has stopped the ability of the police to stop and frisk on reasonable suspicion of involvement in criminal activity, but short of probable cause to arrest. The New York City Police have literally turned their backs to the mayor as crime has increased and the police face greater danger.

Dershowitz, Alan

Alan Dershowitz (born 1938) is an attorney, author, and professor of law at Harvard Law School. He has made many media speaking appearances in support of liberal causes.

Douglas, Stephen

Stephen Douglas (1823 - 1861) was the Democratic nominee for President in the 1860 election against Republican Abraham Lincoln. At the time of the election, he was a United States Senator from Illinois. He favored the doctrine of popular sovereignty which allowed each state to decide whether it wanted to permit slavery and endorsed the Dred Scott decision. That decision held that "Negros are not citizens and therefore had no standing to sue in federal court" and that "The federal government has no power to regulate slavery in any territory acquired subsequent to the creation of the United States".

Douglas, William O.

William O. Douglas (1898 - 1980) served as an Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States for 36 years from 1939 to 1975. He was appointed by Democratic President Franklin D. Roosevelt and voted to uphold the internment of United States citizens of Japanese ancestry during World War II. He also granted a temporary stay of execution to Ethel and Julius Rosenberg who had been convicted of selling the plans for the atomic bomb to Russia. The stay was overturned by the full court. Douglas faced impeachment proceedings twice, but neither attempt was successful. Not one Republican U.S. Senator voted for his confirmation.

Du Bois, W. E. B.

W. E. B. Du Bois (1868 - 1927) was a Pan-Africanist, socialist, and one of the co-founders of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP). He was a graduate of Harvard University and the first black person to obtain a doctorate from Harvard. After obtaining his doctorate, he became a professor of history, economics, and sociology at Atlanta University. The Communist Party USA sponsored the formation of the W. E. B. Du Bois Clubs of America.

Dukakis, Michael

Michael Dukakis (born 1933) was the Democratic Governor for Massachusetts for two terms and the nominee of the Democratic Party for president in the 1988 election. He was a leading advocate for giving unsupervised weekend passes to convicted murderers who had been sentenced to life without parole and vetoed a bill requiring public school teachers to lead their students in the Pledge of Allegiance each day. He was also an advocate of permitting homosexuals to adopt children, and supported taxpayer paid unrestricted abortions.


Eagleton, Thomas

Thomas Eagleton (1929-2007) was a United States Senator representing Missouri from 1968 to 1987 and Lieutenant Governor of Missouri 1965 to 1968. He is remembered by the fact that as the Democratic vice presidential nominee under presidential nominee Senator George McGovern, he quit the 1972 race when he was forced to admit that he had been hospitalized three times for severe depression and had undergone electroconvulsive therapy twice under the care of a psychiatrist. Thomas Eagleton received a medical diagnosis of bipolar II disorder which is associated suicidal thoughts and behaviors. George McGovern went on to lose the election to Richard Nixon. Senator Eagleton donated his body to medical science.

Edwards, Edwin

Edwin Edwards (born 1927) is a Democrat and former state Senator, Congressman, and governor of Louisiana. He served two years in the state senate, four terms in congress and four terms as governor. In 2001, he was found guilty of racketeering and sentenced to ten years in a federal prison. He was released from prison in 2011.

Emanuel, Rahm

Rahm Emanuel (born 1959) has been the Mayor of Chicago since 2011. Prior to his election as mayor, he served as White House Chief of Staff to President Barack Obama, as a Member of the U.S. House of Representatives from 2003 to 2009, and as Senior Advisor to President Bill Clinton from 1993 to 1998. Rahm Emanuel is a liberal Democrat who supports partial birth abortion, free birth control, same sex marriage, and strict gun control.

Epstein, Jeffrey

Jeffrey Epstein (born 1953) is a super wealthy Democrat and major contributor to both the Democratic Party and to President Bill Clinton’s two presidential campaigns. After being convicted, he served 13 months and was required to register as a sex offender for soliciting a 14 year old girl for prostitution. The investigation leading to his arrest and later conviction revealed that former Democratic President Bill Clinton had made eleven trips with Jeffrey Epstein on his private jet, named the Lolita Express, to his private island in the Caribbean known as “Orgy Island” where Epstein kept under-age girls as sex slaves.

Ervin, Sam

Sam Ervin (1896 - 1985) was a Democratic U.S. Senator from North Carolina from 1954 to 1974. Prior to becoming a U.S. Senator, he was an Associate Justice of the North Carolina Supreme Court. As a Democrat, he was a staunch supporter of Jim Crow laws and racial segregation in the 1950's and 1960's. Senator Ervin served on the Senate Watergate Committee in 1973.

Eugene V. Debs Award

The Eugene V. Debs Award is an annual award given by the Eugene V. Debs Foundation to honor people who carry on the goals, ideals and traditions of Eugene V. Debs. Eugene V. Debs was a Democrat, a labor leader, and the candidate of the Socialist Party of America for President of the United States five times. He was convicted under the Sedition Act of 1918 and sentenced to ten years in prison. Recipients of the award include John L. Lewis, Norman Thomas, Walter Reuther, Arthur Schlesinger, Jr., Jesse Jackson, Ed Asner, Ralph Nader, John S. Sweeney, Howard Zinn, Julian Bond, Danny Glover, and Cindy Sheehan.


Fonda, Jane

Jane Fonda (born 1937) is an American born actress, writer, former model, and anti-American political activist. She supported Communist North Vietnam in the 1960's and 1970's, supports all liberal politicians, partial birth abortion, and the overthrow of the United States Government.

Frank, Barney

Barney Frank (born 1940) was a Democratic member of the United States House of Representatives from Massachusetts and Chairman of the House Financial Services Committee. Congressman Frank was reprimanded 408-18 by the House of Representatives due to his involvement in a scandal involving a hired male prostitute who was running an “escort service” out of the Congressman’s home. Congressman Frank used his position to fix 33 of the prostitute’s parking tickets and made numerous misrepresentations to Congress about his relationship with the male prostitute. He was also severely criticized for his part in the subprime mortgage crisis which was a major cause of the 2007-2009 financial crisis and recession.


Garamendi, John

John R. Garamendi (born 1945) is a liberal Democrat and a member of the United States House of Representatives from California since November 2009. Before being elected to Congress, he served as Lieutenant Governor of California, as Insurance Commissioner of California, as United States Deputy Secretary of the Interior under President Bill Clinton, as a member of the California State Senate, and as a member of the California State Assembly. He favors California’s status as a Sanctuary State, Obamacare, and taxpayer paid unrestricted abortions. He opposes voter identification laws, building a border wall, and reducing federal income taxes.

Gatter, Mary

Mary Gatter is a liberal Democrat and President of Planned Parenthood’s Medical Director’s Council, which is made up of abortionists and those that advocate for unrestricted abortion, including partial birth abortion. There is a YouTube video of Mary Gatter drinking a glass of wine while explaining how Planned Parenthood sells baby parts from aborted babies, maximizing their profit by not damaging the parts during the abortion process. She refers to the procedure as “less crunchy abortions” She also explains her motivation for selling baby parts at the highest possible price – She wants “a Lamborghini”.

Geftman–Gold, Hayley

Hayley Geftman–Gold is a liberal Democrat and former vice-president of CBS who responded to the mass shooting attack in Las Vegas in October 2017, in which 58 were killed and 489 wounded, by saying: “I’m actually not even sympathetic to the victims because country music fans are often Republican gun totters”. CBS terminated her employment.

Goldberg, Arthur

Arthur Goldberg (1908 - 1990), a liberal Democrat and attorney, served as Ambassador to the United Nations, U.S. Secretary of Labor, and Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States. He considered the death penalty to be "cruel and unusual punishment".

Goldman, Emma

Emma Goldman (1869 - 1940) was a Russian born atheist, feminist, anarchist, and writer who opposed capitalism. She was the founder of the magazine, Mother Earth, and was a strong supporter of Margaret Sanger and unlimited rights to government paid abortions..

Gosnell, Kermit

Kermit Gosnell (born 1941) is a Democrat, former licensed physician, and former abortion provider who was convicted of murdering three babies who were born alive during unsuccessful attempted abortion procedures. He was also convicted of the death of one adult who died during an abortion procedure. The babies born alive were killed by having their spinal cords severed with scissors. Kermit Gosnell was also convicted of 21 felony counts of illegal late-term abortions and 211 other violations in connection with performing abortions. He was sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole.

Griffith, D.W.

David W. Griffith, also so known as D.W. Griffith (1875-1948) was a Democrat, and a director, writer, and producer who is famous and remembered for the film The Birth of a Nation. The 1915 film depicted black people in a very negative way and glorified the Ku Klux Klan. The film was boycotted by the NAACP, most Republicans and many other groups.


Hanna, Richard T.

Richard T. Hanna (1914 – 2001) was a Democratic member of the United States House of Representatives representing a district in California. After receiving more than $200,000 in bribes from a Korean businessman, in what became known as Koreagate, he pled guilty and served one year in a federal prison.

Hiss, Alger

Alger Hiss (1904 – 1996) was a Democrat and a high-ranking United States State Department official during the administration of Democratic President Franklin D. Roosevelt. In 1945, as the Second World War was concluding, Alger Hiss traveled to Yalta with President Roosevelt where he participated in the decisions of how the allies, including the Soviet Union, would divide Europe into spheres of influence and occupation zones. In 1950, Hiss was convicted of perjury after denying involvement in Soviet espionage. He was sentenced to two concurrent five year sentences.

Hofstadter, Richard

Richard Hofstadter (1916-1970) was a liberal Democrat who had once been a member of the Young Communist League and the Communist Party of the USA. In addition, he was the author of several history books and a professor of American history at Columbia University in New York City for many years.

Holder, Eric

Eric Holder (born 1951) was appointed Attorney General of the United States by President Barack Obama in 2009 and served in that position until April 2015. He opposed requiring any form of identification before voting, favored laws permitting same sex marriage, and supported free birth control, unlimited abortion rights, and strict gun controls. He was held in contempt of Congress for refusing to provide information to Congress in connection with the "Operation Fast and Furious Scandal", making him the only United States Attorney General to be held in Contempt of Congress in the history of the United States. After being voted in contempt of Congress, President Barack Obama announced his support of Holder.

Hull, Cordell

Cordell Hull (1871-1955) was Secretary of State when Democrat Franklin D. Roosevelt served as President. Prior to serving as Secretary of State, he served as a Democratic member of the U.S. House of Representatives and as a United States Senator from Tennessee. When the SS St. Louis, a German ocean liner, carrying 937 Jews seeking asylum from Nazi Germany was turned away from Havana (at the last minute), and could find no nation that would accept the Jewish passengers, Cordell Hull recommended to President Roosevelt that the Jews be refused entry and the captain of the ship be directed to return to Germany. Roosevelt agreed. When the captain of the ship attempted to bring the ship near the shore of Miami, Florida so the passengers could jump and swim to shore, Cordell Hull sent Navy vessels out to stop the St. Louis. The ship ended up returning to Europe where many of the Jews were murdered in concentration camps. Captain Gustaw Schroder was honored with the title “Righteous Among the Nations” by the State of Israel for his extraordinary attempts to save the 937 Jewish refugees aboard his ship.


Israel, Steve

Steve Israel (born 1958) is a liberal Democratic member of the U.S. House of Representatives from New York. He supports strict gun control, free birth control, gay marriage rights, Obamacare, and government support of Planned Parenthood's abortion activities.


Jackson, Andrew

Andrew Jackson (1767 – 1845) was the seventh President of the United States and the founder of the Democratic Party. He served during the Revolutionary War, was elected to the U.S. House of Representatives and to the U.S. Senate. He owned hundreds of slaves, killed a man in a duel, and gained national fame during the War of 1812 when he defeated the British at the Battle of New Orleans. As President in 1830, he signed the infamous Indian Removal Act which forced the Chickasaw, Choctaw, Mascogee-Creek, Seminole, and Cherokee nations from their land. Thousands of Native Americans were killed or died in the process. Andrew Jackson and his political supporters personally enriched themselves by “purchasing” Indian land at pennies on the dollar while the U.S. Army moved the Indians off their land at gunpoint. Many Americans want his photograph removed from the twenty dollar bill.

Jackson, Jesse, Jr.

Jesse Jackson, Jr. (born 1965) was a Democratic member of the United States House of Representatives from Illinois and the son of the civil rights activist and former Democratic candidate for President Jesse Jackson Sr. Congressman Jackson resigned from Congress and pled guilty to charges of conspiracy, fraud, mail fraud, wire fraud, and using more than $750,000 of campaign money for personal use. Congressman Jackson was sentenced to 30 months in federal prison while his wife was sentenced to 12 months for filing fraudulent tax returns in an effort to hide the crimes.

Johnson, Andrew

Andrew Johnson (1808 – 1875) was a Democrat, from the Confederate State of Tennessee,  who served as Vice President during the second term of Republican President Abraham Lincoln. He became President upon the assassination of President Lincoln by the Confederate sympathizer, John Wilkes Booth. As president, Andrew Johnson was impeached by the Republican controlled House of Representatives but was acquitted in the U.S. Senate by one vote. As president, he favored the immediate and unconditional restoration of the Confederate states into the Union and refused to offer any legal protections to the former slaves.

Johnson, Hank

Hank Johnson (born 1954) is a liberal Democratic member of the U.S. House of Representatives from Georgia and a strong supporter of strict gun control, free birth control, Obamacare, and President Obama. He is a member of the Congressional Black Caucus.

Johnson, Lyndon Baines

Lyndon Baines Johnson (1908 - 1973) also referred to as LBJ served as a Democratic U.S. Representative, U.S. Senator, Vice President, and President. He became President when President John F. Kennedy was assassinated in 1963 and was elected president in 1964. Although more Republicans than Democrats voted for the Civil Rights Act of 1964, most historians consider the passage of the legislation to be his greatest accomplishment as he was a strong supporter and advocate. After President Kennedy sent the first 16,000 troops to Vietnam, President Johnson escalated American involvement by increasing the U.S. commitment to 550,000 troops.

Jones, Van

Van Jones (born 1968) is an attorney, author, and former Communist who served in the Obama Administration until overwhelming criticism forced his resignation. He is now an "environmental advocate" and supporter of liberal Democratic candidates for office.


Kennedy, Robert F.

Robert F. Kennedy (1925 - 1968) was a Democratic U.S. Senator from New York who was assassinated by a Palestinian Arab as he was campaigning for the 1968 nomination of his party for President of the United States. Robert F. Kennedy was the younger brother of President John F. Kennedy who had been assassinated in 1963. From 1961 to 1964, Robert Kennedy served as Attorney General in his brother's administration. In 1963, Senator Kennedy instructed the FBI to wiretap Martin Luther King, Jr. and the leaders of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference.

Kerner, Otto, Jr.

Otto Kerner, Jr. (1908 – 1976) was a Democrat, the 33rd Governor of Illinois, and Judge of the United States Court of Appeals, appointed by Democratic President Lyndon B. Johnson. Judge Kerner was convicted on 17 counts of mail fraud, perjury, conspiracy, and other related charges in connection with his indictment and trial for bribery. He was fined and sentenced to three years in federal prison.

Kilpatrick, Kwame

Kwame Kilpatrick (born 1970) is a former liberal Democratic State Representative and mayor of Detroit who was convicted in 2013 of 24 federal felony counts including mail fraud, wire fraud, and racketeering. He was sentenced to 28 years in prison. Kilpatrick had previously been convicted of perjury and obstruction of justice, and of subsequently violating his parole.

Kirk, Paul

Paul Kirk (born 1938) is an attorney who served as a Democratic U.S. Senator from Massachusetts from 2009 to 2010 having been appointed to fill the vacancy created by the death of United States Senator Ted Kennedy. In January of 2010, Republican Scott Brown was elected to serve the district. Paul Kirk is a former treasurer of the National Democratic Party.


Lamm, Richard

Richard Lamm (Born 1953) is a Democrat and was the 38th Governor of Colorado. Prior to being elected governor he was a Democratic member of the Colorado House of Representatives. After leaving office, he became the Co-Director of the Institute for Public Studies at the University of Denver.

Lederer, Raymond

Raymond Lederer (1938 – 2008) was a Democratic member of the United States House of Representatives representing Pennsylvania. Congressman Lederer was videotaped at a meeting with two undercover FBI agents, who presented themselves as Arab sheiks, accepting $50,000 in cash. He stated: “I can give you me in exchange for the money.” Despite his indictment, Democrats re-elected him to Congress. Congressman Lederer was subsequently convicted of bribery, fined, and sentenced to three years in prison.

Lee, Sheila Jackson

Sheila Jackson Lee (born 1950) is a liberal Democratic member of the U.S. House of Representatives from Texas serving since 1995. As a member of the Congressional Black Caucus, she has insisted that the names of hurricanes reflect African-American culture such as Chamiqua, Woeisha, and Jamal. She is a supporter of free birth control, partial birth abortion, reparations for black families, strict gun controls, and Obamacare.

Lieu, Ted

Ted Lieu (born 1969) is a Democratic member of the United States House of Representatives. He was a strong supporter of President Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton, and was one of the Democrats who voted for Obamacare without reading the proposed law. He favors unrestricted, taxpayer paid abortions and has advocated eliminating the requirement that criminal defendants be required to post bail prior to trial. He has received strong support from the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers.

Long, Huey

Huey Long (1893 - 1935), known as "The Kingfish", was a Democratic Governor of Louisiana and U.S. Senator. He was the creator of the Share Our Wealth program in 1934 with the motto "Every Man a King". He was assassinated in 1935. His ambition was to become president.


Maddox, Lester

Lester Maddox (1915 - 2003) was a former Democratic Governor and Lieutenant Governor of Georgia and a staunch segregationist. He was Lieutenant Governor at the time that Democrat Jimmy Carter was Governor. Prior to being elected to office, Maddox owned a restaurant. He became a martyr to segregationists by chasing black citizens out of his restaurant with an ax handle and later closing it rather than serving black customers.

Maher, Bill

Bill Maher (born 1956) is a comedian and liberal Democratic political commentator. He supports partial birth abortion, legalization of marijuana and prostitution, a ban on vaccinating children, and severe restrictions on gun ownership including registration. He is a vocal critic of Christianity and Christians. Bill Maher serves on the board of People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) and supported President Barack Obama with a one million dollar contribution.

Mapes, Mary

Mary Mapes (born 1956) is a Democrat and the former television producer for CBS Evening News and 60 Minutes. She was fired by CBS for her part in the Killian Documents Scandal that also involved her supervisor Dan Rather. The scandal involved six obviously forged documents highly critical of Republican President George W. Bush that were made public only weeks before the 2004 presidential election. The forged documents were never authenticated, as required by CBS, before they were released to the public. The intention was to harm President Bush and help Democratic Senator John Kerry win the election.

Matthews, Chris

Chris Matthews (born 1945) is a television news anchor and liberal political commentator. Prior to becoming a political commentator, he served on the staffs of four Democratic members of Congress and was a speech writer for President Jimmy Carter. He unsuccessfully ran for Congress as a liberal Democrat in 1974. In 2015, he was involved in a scandal whereby he used his position at CNN to solicit political contributions from guests for his wife, who was running for Congress in Maryland as a Democrat.

McClatchy, Valentine S.

Valentine S. McClatchy (1857-1938) was a Democrat, a journalist, and a part-owner and publisher of The Sacramento Bee (The McClatchy Company). In 1920, Valentine McClatchy formed the Japanese Exclusion League of California which had as its goal, the exclusion of Japanese and other Asians from the United States.

McCorvey, Norma (AKA: Jane Roe)

Norma McCovey (1947-2017) was the plaintiff (Jane Roe) in the 1973 landmark Roe v. Wade case in which the Supreme Court of the United States ruled that abortion was legal and that state laws banning abortion were unconstitutional. At the time of the lawsuit, Norma McCorvey was a liberal Democrat and political activist. Later in life she became a Republican, found the Lord, expressed remorse, became a Roman Catholic, and participated in the pro-life movement. Norma McCorvey is the author of the book Won by Love where she explains her change.

McGovern, George

George McGovern (1922 - 2012) was a liberal Democratic U.S. Representative, U.S. Senator, and the Democratic Party Presidential nominee in the 1972 presidential election. He was from South Dakota. George McGovern lost the 1972 presidential election to President Richard Nixon 61% to 37%. He won only 17 electoral votes to Nixon's 520 and carried only Massachusetts and Washington D.C. It was the greatest landslide in U.S. history. McGovern ran as the anti-war candidate advocating an immediate withdrawal from Vietnam regardless of the consequences.

Metzger, Thomas

Thomas Metzger (Born 1938) was a Democratic candidate for the United States House of Representatives and the United States Senate. He is also a white supremacist and was a member of the Ku Klux Klan. In 1980, he won the Democratic Party nomination for the United States House of Representatives in San Diego, California.

Mirkarimi, Ross

Ross Mirkarimi (born 1961) is a liberal Democrat, the former Sheriff of San Francisco, a former member of the San Francisco Board of Supervisors and a co-founder of the Green Party of California. In 2012, he was charged with domestic violence, battery, child endangerment, and dissuading a witness. He pleaded guilty to one count of false imprisonment, but was not removed from office. He did lose his bid for reelection. Ross Mirkarimi was an advocate for legalizing marijuana, and according to Dope Magazine, he is now a consultant to people engaged in distributing marijuana.

Morgan, Jr. Butch

Butch Morgan Jr. is a Democrat and a former County Democratic Party Chairman and Board of Elections employee, in Indiana, who was found guilty of conspiring to forge multiple pages of signatures in support of the election of Barack Obama in 2008. He and two co-conspirators pleaded guilty to several felony counts. Other co-conspirators included Pam Brunette, Beverly Shelton, and Dustin Blyth. Butch Morgan Jr., sentenced to 12 months in jail, is now working for of the Democratic Party. The other defendants were sentenced to probation only. Barack Obama won Indiana by a narrow margin in the 2008 presidential election.


Nixon, Walter

Walter Nixon (born 1928) is a Democrat and former United States Federal Judge who was impeached by the United States House of Representatives and convicted and removed from office by the United States Senate. He is not related to former President Richard M. Nixon.


Obama, Barack

Barack Obama (born 1961) was the 44th President of the United States. Prior to being elected, he was a one-term United States Senator from Illinois and a community organizer. He is the first black person to hold the office of President. His greatest success has been the passing of Obamacare by both houses of Congress with absolutely no Republican support.

Oberman, Keith

Keith Oberman (born 1959) is a liberal journalist and news commentator.

O'Hair, Madalyn Murry

Madalyn Murry O'Hair (1919 - 1995) was the founder of American Atheists and served as its president from 1963 to 1995. She is known for the United States Supreme Court case of Murry vs. Curlett which led to the court ruling that reading the Bible in public schools is unconstitutional.

Orrick III, William

William H. Orrick III (born 1953) is a liberal Democrat and U.S. District Judge appointed by President Barack Obama in 2013. Before being appointed, he raised more than $200,000 for the president and donated $30,800 to committees supporting the president. After being appointed, Judge Orrick blocked the release of videos of Planned Parenthood personnel offering to sell baby parts from aborted babies and explaining how abortions could be made "less crunchy" so the baby parts would bring more money. Judge Orrick was also the judge who blocked President Donald Trump's order to withhold federal funds from sanctuary cities.


Pagliano, Bryan

Bryan Pagliano (born 1976) was the IT advisor to Hillary Clinton who invoked his Fifth Amendment right not to testify about his work in connection with setting up and maintaining Democratic candidate for President, Hillary Clinton’s secret, private email server that was used for government communications that were in some cases classified as “Top Secret”. The server was set up in Hillary Clinton’s home in New York by Democrat Bryan Pagliano.

Pelosi, Nancy

Nancy Pelosi (born 1940) is the Minority Leader of the United States House of Representatives and former Speaker of the House of Representatives. She is a liberal Democrat representing most of San Francisco. She is an advocate of partial birth abortion, free birth control, strict gun controls, and same sex marriage. She is famous for advocating the approval of Obamacare before reading it, stating: "We have to pass the (Obamacare) bill so you can find out what is in it".

Perez, Tom

Tom Perez (born 1961) is a Democrat who served as Secretary of Labor from 2013 to 2017 during the Obama Administration. In 2017, he became Chair of the Democratic National Committee. Earlier in his career he served as Assistant Attorney General in the Obama Administration where he opposed any voter identification requirements. He is a strong supporter of socialized medicine and unrestricted, taxpayer paid abortions.

Perkins, Carl C.

Carl C. Perkins (born 1954) was a Democratic member of the House of Representatives. In 1998 he pled guilty to three felony charges in connection with the House Banking Scandal and was sentenced to 21 months in federal prison for misusing hundreds of thousands of dollars in campaign funds and improperly obtaining bank loans.

Pulitzer, Joseph

Joseph Pulitzer (1847 - 1911) was the publisher of the St. Louis Post Dispatch and the New York World, a Democratic member of the U.S. House of Representatives from New York, and a leader of the Democratic Party who used yellow journalism in his competition with William Randolph Hearst's New York Journal. He is best known for the Pulitzer Prizes which were established by money he gifted to Columbia University in New York.


Ranking, John E.

John E. Rankin (1882-1960) was a Democrat, a white supremist, and a member of the United States House of Representatives from Mississippi from 1920 to 1952. He worked closely with Democratic President Franklin D. Roosevelt in promoting his New Deal programs and was a co-sponsor of the law establishing the Tennessee Valley Authority. He and other Democrats agreed to support the G.I. Bill so long as it was administered by the states so that blacks could be easily excluded from receiving benefits. Congressman Rankin openly expressed racist views on the floor of the United States House of Representatives about Jews, blacks, and Asians. He routinely referred to blacks as “niggers”. He was a strong supporter of Executive Order 9066 issued by Democratic President Franklin D Roosevelt in 1942, ordering the incarceration of Americans of Japanese heritage.

Reid, Harry

Harry Reid (born 1939) was a liberal Democratic U.S. Senator from Nevada and Senate Majority Leader. He has served in the Senate from 1977 to 2016. Prior to his election to the Senate, he served as a member of the U.S. House of Representatives, as Lieutenant Governor, a state legislator, city attorney of Henderson, and Chairman of the Nevada Gaming Commission.

Rostenkowski, Dan

Dan Rostenkowski (1928 – 2010) was a Democratic member of the United States House of Representatives from Chicago, Illinois and served as Chairman of the House Ways and Means Committee. He was also Chairman of the House Democratic Caucus. Congressman Rostenkowski pled guilty and was sentenced to 17 months in a federal prison after being charged for keeping “ghost” employees on his payroll, using Congressional funds to buy gifts for “friends”, diverting taxpayer money to pay for personal vehicles, converting taxpayer paid postage into cash for personal use, and tampering with a Grand Jury.

Rostow, Walt

Walt Rostow (1916-2003) was a Special Assistant for National Security Affairs to Democratic President Lyndon B. Johnson from 1966 to 1969. Walt Rostow was a Democrat and strongly supported the war In Vietnam during the Kennedy and Johnson administrations. He was also very critical of Israel accusing the nation of developing the ability of producing nuclear weapons. His position was terminated when Richard M. Nixon became President of the United States.

Russell, Jr. Richard B.

Richard B. Russell Jr. (1897-1971) was a Democrat who served as Governor of Georgia from 1931 to 1933 and as United States Senator from 1933 to 1971. He served as Chairman of the Senate Committee on Armed Services from 1955 to 1969. He was a candidate for President of the United States at the 1948 Democratic National Convention and the 1952 Democratic National Convention. Richard Russell, Jr. strongly supported racial segregation and co-authored the Southern Manifesto with other racist Democrats. He opposed every civil rights bill that was introduced into Congress.


Sarsour, Linda

Linda Sarsour (born 1980) is a Democrat who supported the socialist candidacy of United States Senator Bernie Sanders, the former director of the Arab American Association of New York, a co-chair of the 2017 Women’s March, and a “defender” of the civil rights of Muslims living in the United States. She is a supporter of Hamas, Black Lives Matter, a one-state solution that would result in Arab Muslims becoming the majority in Israel, Sharia Law, and increased immigration into the United States from Middle Eastern countries. She has been called an anti-Semite by the Anti-Defamation League and the American Center for Law and Justice (ACLJ).

Schaaf, Libby

Elizabeth Beckman “Libby” Schaaf (born 1965) is a liberal Democrat, the mayor of Oakland, California, and a former member of the city council. She is a advocate for sanctuary cities, and open borders, and has intentionally interfered with the ability of ICE (Immigration and Customs Enforcement), to apprehend and arrest known dangerous illegal aliens who are wanted by the federal government for crimes which include rape, murder, robbery, assault with a deadly weapon, and selling illegal drugs, including heroin. Libby Schaaf is a supporter of unrestricted, taxpayer paid abortions, confiscation of all guns, and socialized medicine. She supported Hillary Clinton for president.

Seth, Rich

Rich Seth (1989-2016) was a key employee of the Democratic National Committee (DNC) and a computer specialist who had an email relationship with Wikileaks prior to the leak by Wikileaks of hundreds of highly confidential and sensitive emails to and from members of the DNC. According to Hillary Clinton and other officials of the Democratic Party, the release of those emails was a significant cause of her losing the 2016 presidential election to Donald J. Trump. On July 10, 2016, shortly after the release of a group of emails, Rich Seth was shot in the back twice and died. No money, credit cards, or other valuables were taken by those who murdered him.

Seymour, Horatio

Horatio Seymour (1810-1886) was a Democrat and Governor of New York from 1853 to 1854 and from 1863 to 1864. He was also the Democratic Party nominee for president of the United States in the election of 1868, but lost to Republican Ulysses S. Grant, the former General of the United States Army. During the campaign, Seymour was strongly supported by the Ku Klux Klan which was very powerful at the time. During the Civil War, Horatio Seymour supported the war to preserve the Union, but did not favor emancipation of the slaves. After the war ended and the former slaves had been emancipated, Horatio Seymour strongly opposed guaranteeing the former slaves any civil rights, including the right to vote.

Shanker, Albert

Albert Shanker (1928 – 1997) was President of the United Federation of Teachers and President of the American Federation of Teachers. He was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom by President Bill Clinton.

Sharpton, Al

Al Sharpton (born 1954) is an ordained Baptist minister, a civil rights activist, and a liberal political commentator. He has run for political office as a Democrat several times including his party's nomination for President of the United States in 2004.

Soros, George

George Soros (born 1930) is a billionaire and a liberal Democrat who has contributed millions of dollars to the political left, mostly through his foundation, the Open Society Foundations. George Soros favors unrestricted taxpayer paid abortions, the right of homosexuals to marry and adopt children, single-payer socialized medicine, euthanasia, assisted suicide, higher taxes on the wealthy, the decriminalization of some illegal drugs, the creation of a Palestinian nation on the border of Israel, and the boycotting of Israel until a Palestinian nation on its border becomes a reality. He was a strong supporter of Democratic President Barack Obama and presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.

Stennis, John C.

John C. Stennis (1901-1995) was a Democrat, a segregationist, and a United States Senator representing Mississippi from 1947 to 1989 when he retired. He also served as Chairman of the United States Senate Committee on Armed Services. Senator Stennis signed the Southern Manifesto which called for resistance to the ruling of the United States Supreme Court in Brown v. Board of Education which made segregation in public schools illegal. He voted against the 1964 Civil Rights Act, the Voting Rights Act of 1965, and the Civil Rights Act of 1968.

Steyer, Tom

Tom Steyer (born 1957) is a liberal Democrat, a billionaire, and a progressive political activist whose primary objective has been the impeachment of President Donald Trump and his removal from office. His effort to achieve his goal started before the president was inaugurated. Tom Steyer has served on the Board of Trustees of Stanford University in California, is the managing partner of Farallon Capital, and serves on the board of Beneficial State Bank in Oakland, California. He has supported John Kerry, Barack Obama, and Hillary Clinton. Tom Steyer supports unrestricted taxpayer paid abortions, strict gun controls, and amnesty for illegal aliens. He is against voter identification laws and reducing federal income tax rates.


Talmage, Herman

Herman Talmage (1913 – 2002) was a Democrat, a segregationist, Governor of Georgia from 1948 to 1955, and a United States Senator representing Georgia from 1957 to 1981. Senator Talmage voted against the 1964 Civil Rights Act and supported the Southern Manifesto which was signed by 99 Democrats and 2 Republicans who opposed the integration of public schools. His father, Eugene Talmage, was a two term governor of Georgia who served from 1933 to 1943. Both father and son were supported by the Ku Klux Klan (KKK).

Thomas, Helen

Helen Thomas (born 1920) is a retired liberal news reporter and member of the White House Press Corps. She was forced to retire after making extremely negative public statements about Jews and Israel.

Tucker III, Walter R.

Walter R. Tucker III served as Mayor of Compton, California before being elected as a Democrat to the United States House of Representatives. Congressman Tucker resigned from Congress due to numerous claims that he was demanding bribes. He pled guilty to extortion and tax evasion and was sentenced to 27 months in a federal prison.

Tweed, William M.

William M. Tweed (1823-1878) also known as Boss Tweed was the political boss of Tammany Hall, the Democratic Party political machine that operated in New York City from 1789 to 1967. William Tweed was a Democrat, the third largest land owner in New York City, a director of the Erie Railroad, a director of the Tenth National Bank, the owner of the Metropolitan Hotel in New York City, and the owner of the New-York Printing Company. William Tweed was convicted for stealing more than $45 million from New York City taxpayers through political corruption. He died in prison.


Vardaman, James K.

James Vardaman (1861-1930) was a Democrat, and white supremacist and Governor of Mississippi from 1904 to 1908. He was also a United States Senator representing Mississippi from 1913 to 1919.

Vidal, Gore

Gore Vidal (1925 - 2012) was an American writer, political activist and candidate, and supporter of liberal positions. He was an atheist, strong supporter of same sex marriage, and advocated the impeachment of President George W. Bush.

Volcker, Paul

Paul Volcker (born 1927) is an economist who was Chairman of the Federal Reserve under President Jimmy Carter and for a period under President Ronald Reagan. Under Paul Volcker, a Democrat, the prime rate of interest rose to 21.5% in 1981 while the federal funds rate rose to 20%. He was fired by Republican President Ronald Reagan who was elected while Volcker was in office.


Walker, Daniel

Daniel Walker (1922 – 2015) was a Democrat and the 36th Governor of Illinois. After serving as governor, Dan Walker was charged with federal bank fraud. He pled guilty to bank fraud, perjury, and filing false financial statements and was sentenced to seven years in a federal prison.

Wallace, George

George Wallace (1919 - 1998) served two terms as the Democratic Governor of Alabama and ran unsuccessfully for President four times, three times as a Democrat, and once on the American Independent Party ticket. Prior to his election as governor, he was an assistant attorney general, a member of the Alabama House of Representatives, and a Circuit Judge. Wallace stood for "segregation now, segregation tomorrow, segregation forever". After an assassination attempt left him paralyzed, he renounced his position on segregation and asked for forgiveness.

Warren, Elizabeth

Elizabeth Warren (born 1949) is an attorney, a liberal Democrat, and the Senior United States Senator from Massachusetts. Prior to becoming a United States Senator, she participated in the Michael Moore film, Capitalism: A Love Story, in which the question of whether capitalism is a sin is examined and advocated. She is a strong supporter of partial birth abortion, free birth control, socialized medicine, and free college education.

Waters, Maxine

Maxine Waters (born 1938)  is a liberal Democratic member of the U.S. House of Representatives from California serving since 1991. Before being elected to Congress, she served in the California Assembly. Her justification of the riots following the Rodney King verdict, support for Communist Fidel Castro, and demand that reparations be paid to black families because slavery once existed in the United States, has made her highly controversial.

White, Trayon

Trayon White (born 1984) is a Democrat, a member of the Council of the District of Columbia, and an anti-Semite who has gone so far as to blame the Jews for bad weather. Prior to being elected in Washington D.C., he was a community organizer and activist. He was also known as a protégé of Marion Barry, the former Mayor of Washington D.C. and convicted felon.

Williams, Harrison A.

Harrison A. Williams (1919 – 2001) was a Democratic United States Senator who was convicted in 1981 for taking bribes. He resigned from the Senate before a scheduled expulsion vote. Senator Williams was sentenced to serve three years in a federal prison and fined. He was the first U.S. Senator in 80 years to serve time in prison.

Wright, Jeremiah

Jeremiah Wright (born 1941) is Pastor Emeritus of Trinity United Church of Christ in Chicago where President Barack Obama attended over a period of 20 years. Black Liberation Theology is preached to the predominately black membership. Reverend Wright left the church after some of his sermons were broadcast during the 2008 Presidential race. Many of his sermons were considered to be anti-American.

Wilson, Woodrow

Thomas Woodrow Wilson (1856–1924) was a Democrat and the 28th President of the United States. Before being elected to the presidency, he was Governor of New Jersey, President of Princeton University, and a member of the Ku Klux Klan. Upon becoming President, he attempted to keep the United States out of the war in Europe but later recommended to Congress that it declare war on Germany which it did on April 4, 1917. Upon taking office, Woodrow Wilson took immediate action to segregate all federal government offices which had been desegregated by the Lincoln Administration prior to the end of the Civil War. His official position was that segregation removed friction between the races, was a benefit for Black Americans, and should not be considered a humiliation. William Gibbs McAdoo played a major role in the Wilson Administration, helping to segregate the races within the federal government.

Wynn, Steve

Steve Wynn (born 1942) is an entrepreneur whose companies built or totally refurbished the Golden Nugget, The Mirage, Bellagio, Wynn, Treasure Island, and Encore resort hotels and casinos in Las Vegas, Nevada. Much of his early success was the result of financing provided largely with junk bonds issued by Drexel and Michael Milken. Steve Wynn has been a life-long Democrat, but has been highly critical of President Barack Obama for his class warfare tactics.


Yee, Leland

Leland Yee (born 1948) is a Democrat and former member of the California State Senate from 2006 to 2014. Before being elected to the California State Senate, he served as a member of the California State Assembly from 2004 to 2006. In 2015, he pleaded guilty to a felony racketeering count in connection with arms trafficking, money laundering, public corruption, and bribery. He was sentenced to five years in a federal prison.


Zandi, Mark

Mark Zandi (born 1959) is the chief economist of Moody's Analytics and is a frequent commentator on NPR, CNN, CNBC, and other liberal leaning media outlets. Mark Zandi is a Democrat.

Zinn, Howard

Howard Zinn (1922-2010) was a liberal Democrat, an author, and a social activist who described himself as “a socialist, something of an anarchist, and something of a Marxist”. He was also a former member of the Communist Party USA according to the FBI. He is well known for having authored a highly biased history textbook in 1980, A People’s History of the United States. The book leans far to the far left and has been used in schools all over America to help turn students against our country.

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