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  2. Indira Gandhi - Wikipedia

    Indira was taught mostly at home by tutors and attended school intermittently until matriculation in 1934. She was a student at the Modern School in Delhi, St Cecilia's and St Mary's Christian convent schools in Allahabad, the International School of Geneva, the Ecole Nouvelle in Bex, and the Pupils' Own School in Poona and Bombay, which is affiliated with the University of Mumbai.

  3. List of first openly LGBT politicians in the United States

    Eight states and one territory have elected openly LGBT people to statewide/territory-wide elected offices, all of whom are currently in office: Jared Polis (Governor of Colorado), Kate Brown (Governor of Oregon), Tammy Baldwin (United States Senator from Wisconsin), Kyrsten Sinema (United States Senator from Arizona), Maura Healey (Attorney ...

  4. 2006 Texas gubernatorial election - Wikipedia

    Perry was re-elected to a second full term in office, winning 39% of the vote to Bell's 30%, Strayhorn's 18% and Friedman's 12%. Perry carried 209 out of the state's 254 counties, while Bell carried 39 and Strayhorn carried 6. Exit polls revealed that Perry won the white vote with 46%, while Bell got 22%, Strayhorn got 16% and Friedman got 15%.

  5. Boyd Rutherford - Wikipedia

    Boyd Kevin Rutherford (born April 1, 1957) is an American politician, businessman and attorney serving as the ninth lieutenant governor of Maryland since 2015.. A member of the Republican Party, Rutherford was nominated by President George W. Bush to serve as Associate Administrator in the U.S. General Services Administration, serving from 2001 to 2003.

  6. 2022 United States Senate election in Alaska - Wikipedia

    The 2022 United States Senate election in Alaska was held on November 8, 2022. Incumbent three-term Republican U.S. Senator Lisa Murkowski won reelection to a fourth term, defeating fellow Republican Kelly Tshibaka and Democrat Patricia Chesbro.

  7. Wall Street reform - Wikipedia

    Wall Street reforms are reforms or regulations of the financial industry in the United States.. Wall Street is the home of the country's two largest stock exchanges, and "Wall Street" is a metonym for the United States financial sector.