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Connecticut State Senate

US GOVERNMENT OFFICE

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Richard Blumenthal
Government
13-Feb-1946   US Senator from Connecticut
Sanford Cloud, Jr.
Business
27-Nov-1944   President of NCCJ, 1994-2004
Marcus H. Holcomb
Politician
28-Nov-1844 5-Mar-1932 Governor of Connecticut, 1915-21
Nancy Johnson
Politician
5-Jan-1935   Congresswoman from Connecticut, 1983-2007
William Samuel Johnson
Educator
7-Oct-1727 14-Nov-1819 President of Columbia University, 1787-1800
Everett J. Lake
Politician
8-Feb-1871 16-Sep-1948 Governor of Connecticut, 1921-23
John Larson
Politician
22-Jul-1948   Congressman, Connecticut 1st
Joseph Lieberman
Politician
24-Feb-1942   US Senator from Connecticut
George E. Lounsbury
Politician
7-May-1838 16-Aug-1904 Governor of Connecticut, 1899-1901
George P. McLean
Politician
7-Oct-1857 6-Jun-1932 Governor and Senator from Connecticut
Christopher Murphy
Politician
3-Aug-1973   Congressman, Connecticut 5th
Henry Roberts
Politician
22-Jun-1853 1-May-1929 Governor of Connecticut, 1905-07
Roger Sherman
Politician
19-Apr-1721 23-Jul-1793 Architect of the Connecticut Compromise
Kevin B. Sullivan
Politician
c. 1949   Lt. Governor of Connecticut, 2003-07
Charles A. Templeton
Politician
3-Mar-1871 15-Aug-1955 Governor of Connecticut, 1923-25
John H. Trumbull
Politician
4-Mar-1873 21-May-1961 Governor of Connecticut, 1925-31
Rollin S. Woodruff
Politician
14-Jul-1854 30-Jun-1925 Governor of Connecticut, 1907-09


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