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    PAWS Act

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    DACA Act

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    Election Day Holiday Act of 2018

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    Name Recognition 2

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    @ByrdGA

    The Twitter account of Elizabeth Byrd, Representative for Georgia's 13th district.
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    Name Recognition 1

    Should be done
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    Elizabeth Byrd

    Byrd was born in Atlanta, Georgia, during the early months of 1944, to James and Belinda Byrd, a postman and a housekeeper respectively. As an African-American in the deep south, opportunity in the earlier stages of her life were limited, and she has no university education. Twenty at the date of the conformation of the Civil Rights Act, she had been, and continued to be, a tireless local and regional campaigner against the injustices and prejudices that plagued the system for African-Americans. As a community organiser, she only joined the Democrats in early 1980, and campaigned wholeheartedly for Jimmy Carter. She has backed Democrats ever since. She has been the Representative for Georgia's 13th district since its creation in 2003. She is married to Fred Jones, and they have three children.
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    Elizabeth Byrd (Democrat)

    Character Name: Elizabeth Byrd Home State: Georgia Previous Job: Government (Lobbyist, Community Organizer, Former Cabinet Secretary, Agency head, or lower rank) Date of Birth: 02/09/1944 Race / Ethnicity: Black or African-American Religion: Protestant Christian Wealth: Working Class Gender: Female Sexuality: Heterosexual Are you married?: Yes How many children do you have?: 3 Byrd was born in Atlanta, Georgia, during the early months of 1944, to James and Belinda Byrd, a postman and a housekeeper respectively. As an African-American in the deep south, opportunity in the earlier stages of her life were limited, and she has no university education. Twenty at the date of the conformation of the Civil Rights Act, she had been, and continued to be, a tireless local and regional campaigner against the injustices and prejudices that plagued the system for African-Americans. As a community organiser, she only joined the Democrats in early 1980, and campaigned wholeheartedly for Jimmy Carter. She has backed Democrats ever since. She has been the Representative for Georgia's 13th district since its creation in 2003. She is married to Fred Jones, and they have three children. View full character
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