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Question 1: Fudge has been a member of the ________,[6][24] and is now a member of Zion Chapel Baptist Church.
Anderson University (Indiana)Church of God (Anderson, Indiana)Anderson School of TheologyWarner University

Question 2: Fudge, a 1971 graduate of Shaker Heights High School,[13] earned a Bachelor of Science degree in business from ________ in 1975.
Cornell UniversityPennsylvania State UniversityMichigan State UniversityOhio State University

Question 3: [6] She is a past president of ________ Sorority, serving from 1996 to 2000,[7][8] and is a co-chair of the sorority's National Social Action Commission.
Phi Beta SigmaKappa Alpha PsiAlpha Kappa AlphaDelta Sigma Theta

Question 4: [4] The district includes most of downtown and eastern ________ and many of the eastern suburbs in Cuyahoga County, including Euclid, Cleveland Heights, and Shaker Heights.
ClevelandGreater ClevelandColumbus, OhioAkron, Ohio

Question 5: Fudge is a member of the ________.
Democratic Party (United States)Dennis KucinichCongressional Black CaucusCongressional Progressive Caucus

Question 6: Voting record maintained by ________
Slate (magazine)Donald E. GrahamThe Washington PostNewsweek

Question 7: Marcia L. Fudge (born October 29, 1952(1952-10-29)) is the Democratic congresswoman for Ohio's 11th congressional district in the ________.
United States House of RepresentativesState governments of the United StatesUnited States CongressUnited States Senate

Question 8: [11] She was chief of staff to 11th District Congresswoman ________ during Jones' first term in Congress.
ClevelandStephanie Tubbs JonesJohn KerryBarbara Boxer

Question 9: [21] In 1983, she earned a law degree from Cleveland Marshall College of Law, part of ________.
Wright State UniversityCleveland State VikingsYoungstown State UniversityCleveland State University

Question 10: She is the former mayor of Warrensville Heights, a middle-class and mostly ________ suburb of Cleveland, serving from January 2000 until November 18, 2008.
Great Migration (African American)African American cultureAfrican AmericanAfrican-American Civil Rights Movement (1955–1968)


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