This week’s trivia question is extra special because Ken’s mom read it on the current episode of the Political Junkie. Still, that doesn’t make the question any easier: Who was the last member of Congress who lost his seat because of redistricting and later ran for president?
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The answer … Mary Fallin, Republican of Oklahoma. While the route wasn’t direct — she served two terms in Congress in between — she was first elected LG in 1994, was re-elected twice more, and then, after her congressional service, was elected governor in 2010.
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