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O'Haras in 'The Political Graveyard' Index to O'Hara Politicians: about 50 individuals.

Shawn O'Hara is one of 3 political novices seeking Hattiesburg mayor's seat Independent Shawn O'Hara, will face the winners of the May 3 Democratic and Republican primaries in the June 7 general election. O'Hara has been a candidate in the city's mayoral elections four times. He also has run for governor five times, the U.S. Senate five times and the U.S. House of Representatives three times. O'Hara has been involved in city politics since the mid 1980s. He's been a resident of Hattiesburg for 25 years, moving to the city to attend William Carey College where he holds four degrees including two master's degrees. He is a businessman, author and motion picture producer. He serves as national chairman of the Reform Party USA and has chaired two national conventions of the group. Hattiesburg American, MS, April 10, 2005.

Shawn O'Hara is Reform Party candidate for the U.S. Senate in Mississippi Answers to questions: Why are you running? and What would be your priorities if elected? from The Clarion Ledger &, November 3, 2002.

Charlotte O'Hara is in the final days of a too-close-to-call race for Johnson County chairman ...O'Hara is perceived as the conservative candidate, so she'll get the conservative vote... The Kansas City Star, October 30, 2002.

'SuperBooty' Runs for Mayor: Mark O'Hara is S.F.'s Answer to Jesse 'The Body' Ventura. The Noe Valley Voice article (July-August 1999) by Kathy Dalle-Molle.

Vladimir del O'Hara was a witness to a shoot-out at the Reform Party Convention. ‘Scarred for Life’ satirical article by David Learn (with David McCandless).

Mark O'Hara to run for SF mayor Breaking News, April 22, 1999, in San Francisco Business Times.

Shawn O'Hara was Reform Party candidate in 2000 for U.S. Senate of Mississippi. Address: Hattiesburg, MS 39404.

Debbie O'Hara is a Republican Party of New Mexico Official, Doña Ana County, Las Cruces, NM 88006.

Index to Politicians: O'Hara from ‘The Political Graveyard’: the web site that tells where the dead politicians are buried.

O’Hara, James Edward (1844-1905) was a Representative from North Carolina; elected as a Republican to the Forty-eighth and Forty-ninth Congresses (March 4, 1883-March 3, 1887).

James Edward O'Hara (2) United States Representative, Republican of North Carolina, Forty-eighth -- Forty-ninth Congresses. The son of an Irish merchant and a West Indian woman, he was born in New York City on February 26, 1844.

James Grant O'Hara (1925-1989) was Sergeant, United States Army, and Member of Congress for Michigan (1959-1977).