Oprah may not be running but that doesn’t keep us from this week’s trivia question: What African-American female presidential candidate received the most votes in a general election?
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The answer? 2000, when George W. Bush (born in New Haven, CT — NOT Texas) defeated Al Gore (born in Washington, DC — NOT Tennessee).
The randomly selected winner is Sandra Anderson of Champlin, Minn. Sandra wins the coveted Political Junkie button.