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Question 1: Mezvinsky grew up in ________, the son of grocery store owner Abe Mezvinsky.
Des Moines, IowaIowa City, IowaStory County, IowaAmes, Iowa

Question 2: As a Democrat he represented Iowa's 1st congressional district in the ________ for two terms, from 1973 to 1977.
United States SenateUnited States House of RepresentativesState governments of the United StatesUnited States Congress

Question 3: Mezvinsky unsuccessfully sought the Democratic nomination for United States Senate from Pennsylvania in 1980, losing to ________.
Hubert HumphreyPittsburghArlen SpecterPeter F. Flaherty

Question 4: He was an all-state football end and member of the ________ state championship basketball and track teams of 1955.
Brian Smith (photographer)IowaAmes High SchoolAmes, Iowa

Question 5: Shortly after his indictment, he was diagnosed with ________, but the judge at his trial disallowed a mental illness defense.
Major depressive disorderSchizoaffective disorderBipolar disorderMania

Question 6: Edward Mezvinsky's son, Marc, is engaged to Chelsea Clinton, daughter of former U.S President ________ and current U.S. Secretary of State and former U.S Senator from New York Hillary Rodham Clinton.
Howard DeanBill ClintonEd RendellAl Gore

Question 7: After serving in Congress, Mezvinsky worked at the ________ until 1979.
CubaUnited Nations Commission on Human RightsEgyptUnited Nations Human Rights Council

Question 8: Although Mezvinsky defeated Davenport businessman ________ in 1974 in the immediate aftermath of the impeachment hearings, Leach defeated him two years later, in 1976.
Tom HarkinJim LeachJohn McCainGeorge W. Bush

Question 9: After ________ improved his chances, Mezvinsky won a 1972 rematch.
GerrymanderingApportionment (politics)Elections by countryReferendum

Question 10: In March 2001, Mezvinsky was indicted and later pleaded guilty to 31 of 69 charges of ________, mail fraud, and wire fraud.
Jérôme KervielCredit card fraudAdvance-fee fraudBank fraud







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