Known for his affiliation with the British Labour Party, he represented the Wrexham constituency in the British Parliament and also served as Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Business and Regulatory Reform.
Chilean politician and women's suffragist who, in 1953, became the first woman to serve on the Chilean Senate.
Canadian Tory politician who served as the 13th Prime Minister of Canada from 1957 to 1963. As Prime Minister, he appointed the first female minister in Canada and the first aboriginal minister to his Cabinet.
Politician and Democrat who was a member of the Kansas House of Representatives from 2005 to 2010. He was elected to the Kansas Senate in 2013.
Eighteenth-century American politician who signed the Declaration of Independence and was a Delaware delegate to the United States Constitutional Convention.
Lawman and gunfighter of the American West who was one of the three Masterson brothers who kept the peace in the Wild West. He made hundred of arrests as a Marshal in Dodge City, Kansas.
American politician and attorney who is known for having earned a seat in the South Carolina House of Representatives. He is also known for being the first vice chairman of the South Carolina Democratic Party and for frequently appearing on CNN as a guest analyst.
After serving as Bulgaria's Minister of the Interior in the late 1990s, this Communist-turned-Independent politician ran an unsuccessful presidential candidacy in 2001.
As Portugal's 18th president from 1996 to 2006, he focused on cultural and social matters, and emphasized moderation.
Peruvian politician who is known for having served as a congressman for La Libertad as part of the Alliance for Progress Party. He is also known for being the founder of the activist group and children improvement program Llaccta Peru.
California politician and member of the Green Party who became the mayor of Richmond, CA in 2007. She has been a strong advocate for social justice, civil rights, and environmental consciousness.
Member of the Missouri House of Representatives who won the Democratic primary for the 71st District seat and took office in January of 2009.