Kay Ivey was born on 15 October 1944. Growing up in the small town of Camden in Wilcox County, Alabama, and working on her father’s farm taught Kay Ivey to value hard work and living within one’s means. Her parents instilled values of faith, family, and community. On Wednesday 16 May 2019, Ivey signed a bill to ban nearly all abortions in the state, even in cases of rape and incest. Christian television broadcaster Pat Robertson, a staunch critic of Roe v. Wade, said the Alabama law “has gone too far.” Kay Ivey biography and profile.
Catherine Pugh was born on 10 March 1950. A public servant for nearly 20 years, Catherine Pugh was first elected to the Baltimore City Council in 1999 to represent the 4th District. Her ability to negotiate, as well as her bipartisan approach to problem-solving, catapulted her into various leadership positions in the Maryland Senate, including Majority Leader. She served for one year before running for her Senate seat in 2006. Catherine Elizabeth Pugh biography and profile.
Pete Buttigieg was born 19 January 1982. In 2015 he received the New Frontier Award from the John F. Kennedy Library Foundation and the Harvard University Institute of Politics, and in 2016 he won the U.S. Department of Transportation Mayors’ Challenge Pedestrian and Bicycle Awards for the City’s work on Smart Streets. Pete Buttigieg officially launched his bid to become the Democratic Party nominee for the 2020 presidential election and challenge Donald Trump for the White House. Peter Paul Montgomery Buttigieg Biography and Profile.
Catherine Marie Cortez Masto, born 29 March 1964 and raised in Las Vegas. She has spent her career fighting for Nevada’s working families. She became the first woman from Nevada and the first Latina ever elected to the United States Senate. To help middle-class families recover from the housing crisis, Cortez Masto created the Mortgage Fraud Strike Force to investigate and prosecute lending scams. Read Catherine Marie Cortez Masto Biography and Profile.
Former vice president Al Gore was born Albert Arnold Gore, Jr., on March 31, 1948. In his 2000 presidential campaign, Gore won the Democratic presidential nomination after facing down an early challenge from former Senator Bill Bradley. Gore won the popular vote, but conceded defeat to Republican George W. Bush. On December 10, 2007, Gore accepted a Nobel Prize for work on global warming. Gore has four adult children with his first wife Tipper. Read Albert Arnold Gore Biography and Profile.
Hillary Clinton was born in Chicago, Illinois, on October 26, 1947 to Dorothy Rodham and the late Hugh Rodham. Hillary Rodham Clinton has served as secretary of state, senator from New York, first lady of the United States, first lady of Arkansas. Hillary ran for president in 2016. n her concession speech on November 9, 2016, she called on supporters to “never stop believing that fighting for what’s right is worth it.” Read Hillary Diane Rodham Clinton biography and profile.
William Jefferson Clinton, better known as Bill Clinton (born August 19, 1946) was the 42nd president of the United States, serving from 1993 to 2001. In 1978 Clinton became the youngest governor in the country when he was elected governor of Arkansas. During the administration of William Jefferson Clinton, the U.S. enjoyed more peace and economic well being than at any time in its history. Clinton had affair with Monica Lewinsky and was later impeached. Bill Clinton is married to Hillary Clinton. Read William Jefferson Blythe III biography and profile.
Gavin Newsom, born 10 October 1967, American politician and businessman. He was As mayor of San Francisco from 2003-2011. Newsom received the Leadership for Healthy Communities Award. Governor Newsom is married to Jennifer Siebel Newsom. They have four children: Montana, Hunter, Brooklynn, and Dutch. Read Gavin Christopher Newsom Biography and Profile.