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Eleanor Holmes Norton (US-Senate)

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Eleanor Holmes Norton (US-Senate)
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First Name: Eleanor
Last Name: Norton
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Gender: Female
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Office: US-Senate
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Senate District: DC
Party: Democrat
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Official Gov Site: http://norton.house.gov
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Official Twitter: https://twitter.com/EleanorNorton
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