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Voinovich, George V., 1936-2016

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Personal name headingVoinovich, George V., 1936-2016
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See alsoOhio. Governor (1991-1998 : Voinovich)
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Birth date1936-07-15
Death date2016-06-12
Place of birthCleveland (Ohio)
Place of deathCleveland (Ohio)
Field of activityPolitical leadership Politics, Practical
AffiliationUnited States. Congress. Senate
Ohio. General Assembly. House of Representatives
Republican Party (U.S. : 1854- )
Profession or occupationGovernors
Lieutenant governors
Authors Legislators Politicians
Found inOhio. Governor (1991-1998 : Voinovich) State of the State address, 1991: p. 1 (Governor George V. Voinovich, January 14, 1992; one year ago ... I delivered my inaugural address)
WW Am. pol., 1991-1992 (under Ohio; Voinovich, George V.; b. Jul. 15, '36; Mayor Cleveland, Ohio, 79-89; Gov., Ohio, currently)
Phone call to Ohio Governor's Office, 2/21/92 (George Voinovich entered office on Jan. 14, 1991)
Columbus dispatch, 12/31/98 (Lt. Gov. Hollister sworn in as gov. today ... just min. after Gov. George V. Voinovich signs his letter of resignation)
Wikipedia, viewed June 13, 2016 (under George Voinovich; George Victor Voinovich; b. July 15, 1936, Cleveland; d. there June 12, 2016; Republican; member of the Ohio House of Representatives, Jan. 3, 1967-Dec. 15, 1971; lieutenant governor of Ohio, Jan. 8, 1979-Nov. 1979; mayor of Cleveland, 1980 [sic]-1989; governor of Ohio, Jan. 14, 1991-Dec. 31, 1998; United States senator from Ohio, Jan. 3, 1999-Jan. 3, 2011)
New York times WWW site, viewed June 13, 2016 (in article dated Nov. 13, 1979: Cleveland, Nov. 12 (AP)--George V. Voinovich, who ousted Dennis J. Kucinich as mayor of Cleveland, took office today)
Associated languageeng
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