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Question 1: Henry Roberto Cuellar (born September 19, 1955) is a Democratic politician from Laredo, ________, who represents his state's 28th Congressional district (map) in the United States House of Representatives.
KansasOklahomaIllinoisTexas

Question 2: In 2001, Cuellar was appointed as Secretary of State of Texas by Republican ________ Rick Perry.
AustraliaGovernor-GeneralCanadaGovernor

Question 3: Laredo's Democratic ________ Raul G. Salinas joined Cuellar in early support of Hillary Clinton.
MayorLondonMunicipalityBerlin

Question 4: In the 2006 primary, he gained the endorsement of the ________, a conservative group that usually endorses Republicans.
Club for GrowthNew York's 23rd congressional district special election, 2009Arlen SpecterJohn McCain

Question 5: He also taught finance in the Army-________ Graduate School of Health Care Administration.
Baylor UniversityWayland Baptist UniversityAbilene Christian UniversityShorter College (Georgia)

Question 6: [3] Jim Fish, as he is known, was a health care administrator for seventeen years while he served in the ________.
United States Air ForceAir Force Reserve CommandCivil Air PatrolAir National Guard

Question 7: Soon after the release of this photo, campaign contributions for his Democratic primary opponent, ________, saw an immediate and significant increase.
Silvestre ReyesSolomon P. OrtizHenry CuellarCiro Rodriguez

Question 8: [2] As a result, nearly every congressional district from ________ to San Antonio had to be redrawn, and the primary results for these districts were invalidated.
Austin, TexasFort Worth, TexasEl Paso, TexasDallas

Question 9: Fish, an ordained ________ deacon, opposed same-sex marriage.
Southwestern Baptist Theological SeminarySouthern Baptist ConventionLouisiana CollegeSoutheastern Baptist Theological Seminary

Question 10: Cuellar has not always been a party loyalist; he endorsed Republican ________ for President in 2000 but supported John F. Kerry in 2004.
George W. BushGeorge H. W. BushDick CheneyRonald Reagan







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