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Leo McCarthy


This Democratic Party politician held office as Lieutenant Governor of California from 1983 until 1995. Previously, while representing his state’s 18th and 19th region constituencies, he previously served as Loudspeaker from the California Condition Set up. After graduating from the College or university of SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA with a level ever sold, he went to the SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA Law School. Through the early 1950s, he was mixed up in Korean Battle as an associate of america Air Power. A indigenous of Auckland, New Zealand, he relocated to america during his early years as a child. His relationship to Jacqueline Lee Burke led to children called Niall, Conna, Adam, and Sharon. He offered as Lieutenant Governor beneath the California gubernatorial administrations of George Deukmejian and Pete Wilson.

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Date Of Birth August 15, 1930
Place Of Birth New Zealand
Profession Politician
Education San Francisco Law School, University of San Francisco, St. Ignatius College Preparatory
Nationality American
Spouse Jacqueline Burke
Star Sign Leo

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