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Frank O'Bannon: Quiz


Question 1: She endorsed Hillary Clinton in the 2008 presidential race, and often toured with ________ throughout the state during the 2008 Democratic primary campaign.
Ed RendellAl GoreBill ClintonHoward Dean

Question 2: He launched his first campaign for governor in May 1987 from Corydon, Indiana and initially faced off against then-Secretary of State ________ and Kokomo Mayor Steve Daily.
Sam BrownbackJoe LiebermanJohn McCainEvan Bayh

Question 3: Judy O'Bannon resides in her husband's hometown of Corydon, ________, and remains active in Corydon Democratic politics and in her husband's newspaper The Corydon Democrat.
OhioIndianaNew JerseyMichigan

Question 4: On September 10, 2003, the Speaker of the ________, B.
Indiana SenateIndiana House of RepresentativesIndiana General AssemblyConnecticut House of Representatives

Question 5: He also spent two years in the ________.
Air National GuardUnited States Air ForceCivil Air PatrolAir Force Reserve Command

Question 6: O'Bannon from 1950-1970, he was the primary sponsor of legislation reintroducing the ________.
TortureCapital punishmentStoningReligion and capital punishment

Question 7: Days later, O'Bannon's condition worsened and based on his ________, his family decided to use no further means of support and care.
IntestacyAttestation clauseCodicil (will)Advance health care directive

Question 8: His opponents blamed him for various problems arising in the second term, including a slow response by his environmental agency to a big fish kill, and problems at two state centers for the ________.
Mental disorderDevelopmental disabilityMental retardationAbuse

Question 9: O'Bannon was a native of ________ (the first state capital of Indiana), where his family owned the Corydon Democrat, the town's newspaper.
New Albany, IndianaCorydon, IndianaVincennes, IndianaJeffersonville, Indiana

Question 10: Frank Lewis O'Bannon (January 30, 1930-September 13, 2003) was an American politician who was Governor of ________ from 1997 until his death in 2003.
MichiganOhioNew JerseyIndiana


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