Black Elected Officials A National Roster by Joint Center Staff


Black Elected Officials A National Roster by Joint Center Staff

A unique annual directory of blacks holding executive office, the Roster has been cited by American Reference Books Annual as valuable to students of American politics, social change, and race relations. The series promises to maintain its worth over time... The Roster lists thousands of black elected officials nationwide, with each official's office address and term of office. Special state pages provide data on population, registered voters, governmental structures, and elections. It includes an alphabetical index of all officials.

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566 pages


Joint Center Staff
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1st December 1993



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