|Charles Barbour (D)|
Charles L. Barbour, ca. 1970
|Preceded by||Francis Fife (D)|
|Succeeded by||Nancy O'Brien (D)|
|Preceded by||Gunther "Dutch" Vogt (R)|
|Succeeded by||Charles Barbour (D)|
|Preceded by||Charles Barbour (D)|
|Succeeded by||Thomas E. Albro (R)|
Barbour attended Burley School, a segregated black school and got involved in politics in the early 1960's as a member of the local branch of the NAACP. A nurse by training, Barbour was courted as a candidate by the Democratic Party in 1970, with Francis Fife as a running mate.
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