Overton Brooks

Thomas Overton Brooks was a Democratic U.S. representative from the Shreveport-based Fourth Congressional District of northwestern Louisiana, having served for a quarter century beginning on January 3, 1937.
John H. Overton
John Holmes Overton Sr., was an attorney and Democratic US Representative and US Senator from Louisiana. His nephew, Thomas Overton Brooks, was also a US representative, from the Shreveport-based 4th district of Louisiana
Harry Wilson (politician)
Harry D. Wilson was a Democratic politician from Tangipahoa Parish, one of the Florida Parishes of southeastern Louisiana, who served from 1916 until his death as the Louisiana Commissioner of Agriculture and Forestry. He was the father of the humorist
Luther F. Cole
Luther Francis Cole was a lawyer and politician from Baton Rouge, Louisiana, who served as a state legislator and then as a judge
T. Ashton Thompson
Theo Ashton Thompson was a U.S. Representative from Louisiana's 7th congressional district in the southwestern corner of the state
Ted Haik
Theodore Michael Haik, Jr., known as Ted Haik, is an attorney in New Iberia, Louisiana, who was a Democratic member of the Louisiana House of Representatives from 1976 to 1996. He represented House District 49, which includes portions of Iberia, St. Mary
Rory Lee
Rory R. Lee is a Southern Baptist clergyman, educator, and former college administrator and president who has been since 2004 the executive director of Baptist Children's Village, a statewide ministry based in Ridgeland, Mississippi, which provides group
Larry Sale
Larry G. Sale was a law enforcement officer from Claiborne Parish in north Louisiana considered to have been his state's most decorated soldier of World War I
George Henry Clinton
George Henry Clinton was a chemist, lawyer, and Democratic politician from St. Joseph in Tensas Parish in the northeastern Mississippi River delta of the U.S. state of Louisiana
W. Frank Stewart
Wellington Frank Stewart, also known as W. Frank Stewart, was a silver mining operator in Storey County in western Nevada, who served as a Democrat in the Nevada State Senate from 1876 to 1880
Maj-Lis Lööw
Maj-Lis Lööw is a former social democrat politician who served as the minister of immigration and minister of gender equality between 1989 and 1991 in the cabinets of Prime Minister Ingvar Carlsson. She was also a member of the Swedish Parliament and