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CAROL MOSELEY BRAUN

CAROL MOSELEY BRAUN
(Democrat - Illinois)


BIOGRAPHICAL FACTS:

POLITICAL: State Representative, 1979-87; Cook County Recorder of Deeds, 1988-92; US Senator, 1993-99 (elected in 1992; lost for re-election in 1998); Special Consultant, US Department of Education, 1999; Braun 1992US Ambassador to New Zealand, 1999-2001. [Note: Braun was the first African-American Democrat to serve in the US Senate and the first African-American female to serve in the US Senate.]

PROFESSIONAL: Attorney. Assistant US Attorney, 1973-77.

EDUCATION: B.A., University of Illinois, 1969. J.D., University of Chicago, 1972.

PERSONAL: Born August 16, 1947 in Chicago, Illinois. Divorced. One son. Catholic.


ANALYSIS:

FORMER CANDIDATE - WITHDREW FROM RACE ON JANUARY 14, 2004.


LINKS:

Carol Moseley Braun for President Committee - Official Campaign Site.
South Carolinians for Carole Moseley Braun - Grassroots Supporters (Unauthorized).
Biographical Directory of the US Congress - Profile
History Makers: Carol Moseley Braun - Black History Museum Profile.
Who is Carol Moseley Braun? - Negative Site.
Carol Moseley Braun's Skeleton Closet - Negative Site.


BRAUN WAS ENDORSED BY:
(Partial Listing)

National Organization for Women (NOW)
National Women's Political Caucus (NWPC)
Congressman Danny Davis (D-IL)
State Rep. Lovana Jones (D-IL)
Congressman Bobby Rush (D-IL)
Ex-US Senator Paul Simon (D-IL)
Ms. Magazine Founder Gloria Steinem (D-NY)
State Sen. Rodney Ellis (D-TX)

OFFICIAL CAMPAIGN CONTACT INFORMATION:

Carol Moseley Braun for President
P.O. Box 560
Chicago, IL 60616-0560
Telephone: 312.842.8500
Fax: 312.842.8510
E-mail: carol@carolforpresident.com


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