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  1. Ohio Jacksonians

    Ohio Jacksonians

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  1. David Grohl

    David Grohl

    73,915 views
    guitarist

  2. Jerry Springer

    Jerry Springer

    36,578 views
    American television personality

  3. Martin Sheen

    Martin Sheen

    18,535 views
    Actor, activist

  4. Dennis Kucinich

    Dennis Kucinich

    1,796 views
    Ohio politician

  5. Tim Hagan

    Tim Hagan

    1,026 views
    American, Government

  6. John Glenn

    John Glenn

    510 views
    American astronaut and politician

  7. Louis Bromfield

    Louis Bromfield

    183 views
    Novelist, agrarian theorist

  8. David Tod

    David Tod

    164 views
    American businessman, lawyer, diplomat and railroad executive

  9. Clement Vallandigham

    Clement Vallandigham

    109 views
    American lawyer and politician

  10. Ted Strickland

    Ted Strickland

    82 views
    Ohio politician

  11. Jason Wilson

    Jason Wilson

    81 views
    Australian, Journalist

  12. A. Victor Donahey

    A. Victor Donahey

    61 views
    American politician

  13. Sherrod Brown

    Sherrod Brown

    54 views
    Ohio politician

  14. Thomas Scott

    Thomas Scott

    49 views
    Ohio Jurist and Methodist Minister

  15. Salmon P. Chase

    Salmon P. Chase

    47 views
    Chief Justice of the United States

  16. Sean Eldridge

    Sean Eldridge

    40 views

    Sean Simcha Eldridge (born (1986-07-31)July 31, 1986) is an American investor and politician. He is the president of Hudson River Ventures, an investment fund that focuses on small businesses in New York's Hudson Valley region. He is also a prominent advocate for environmental protection, LGBT equality and campaign finance reform. Eldridge is currently running as a Democratic candidate for New York's 19th congressional district.


  17. Donna Shalala

    Donna Shalala

    34 views
    American academic

  18. Allen G. Thurman

    Allen G. Thurman

    29 views
    American politician and lawyer

  19. Calvin S. Brice

    Calvin S. Brice

    29 views
    Senator of Ohio

  20. Kara Anastasio

    Kara Anastasio

    23 views

    Kara Anastasio is an American politician who was the 2004 nominee of the Democratic party to challenge the re-election bid of Republican U.S. Rep. David L. Hobson. She lost. She had previously run as member of the Natural Law Party and was vice-chair of the Natural Law Party of Ohio.


  21. Benjamin F. Potts

    Benjamin F. Potts

    21 views
    United States Army general during American Civil War

  22. Dan Troy

    Dan Troy

    21 views
    American politician

  23. Wayne Hays

    Wayne Hays

    20 views
    American politician

  24. Mark L. Mallory

    Mark L. Mallory

    19 views
    Ohio politician

  25. Capricia Marshall

    Capricia Marshall

    18 views

    Capricia Penavic Marshall is Chief of Protocol of the United States. She was born in Cleveland, Ohio to immigrant parents, a Croatian father and Mexican mother. In 1986, Marshall graduated from Purdue University with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and International Studies. She studied at the University of Madrid for a year before attending Case Western Reserve University School of Law, where she was president of the student bar association, and graduated in 1990. After receiving her Juris Doctorate, Marshall worked for the Bill Clinton presidential campaign, 1992 for President of the United States as Special Assistant to Hillary Rodham Clinton. In 1993, she served on the East Wing staff of then-First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton as Special Assistant to the First Lady. In October 1997, at the age of 32, Marshall was appointed Deputy Assistant to the President and White House Social Secretary. After President Clinton's term ended in January 2001, Marshall continued working with the former President as a Senior Advisor, helping to advance his work in policy, politics, and community initiatives. In 2001, she began working as a consultant to a number of nonprofit and private sector organizations. In 2006, Marshall joined the re-election efforts for Senator Hillary Clinton, and subsequently joined the Hillary Clinton presidential campaign, 2008. As Senior Advisor, she led the Surrogate Speakers Program and helped coordinate women’s outreach. In 2008, Marshall became Executive Director of HillPAC and Friends of Hillary and oversaw the closure of both committees. She was sworn in as Chief of Protocol on August 3, 2009. On May 16, 2010, Marshall was the keynote speaker at Commencement of her law school alma mater.


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