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Jean Carnahan: Quiz


Question 1: ________ (R) (inc.), 48%
John AshcroftTommy ThompsonLloyd C. StarkWarren E. Hearnes

Question 2: Carnahan was an activist First Lady — an advocate for on-site day care centers for working families, childhood immunization, abuse centers, the arts, and ________.
AtlantaHabitat for Humanity InternationalNew OrleansUnited States

Question 3: Out of respect, ________ suspended his campaign during the mourning period for Mel Carnahan.
John AshcroftLloyd C. StarkTommy ThompsonWarren E. Hearnes

Question 4: Mel Carnahan was elected Governor of ________, serving 1993 – 2000.

Question 5: Jean Anne Carpenter Carnahan (born December 20, 1933) is an American politician and writer who served in the ________ from 2001 to 2003.
111th United States CongressUnited States CongressUnited States SenateHart Senate Office Building

Question 6: Born Jean Anne Carpenter in ________ to a working-class family, she was determined to go to college.
Washington, D.C.BostonAtlantaPhoenix, Arizona

Question 7: Under ________ law, she would only serve until a special election could be held in 2002.

Question 8: A Democrat, she was appointed to the Senate to fill the seat of her posthumously elected husband, becoming the first woman to represent ________ in the Senate.

Question 9: She worked through the year while attending ________.
George Washington UniversityGeorge Washington ColonialsGeorgetown UniversityGeorge Washington University Residence Halls

Question 10: Carnahan was running in 2000 for a Senate seat from Missouri against incumbent ________.
Warren E. HearnesTommy ThompsonLloyd C. StarkJohn Ashcroft


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