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Crawford County
Kansas

Politicians who lived in Crawford County

  Frontenac: Jim Barone — P. J. McGinley — Owen O'Hara — Joe Pucci — D. J. Saia — Joseph Saia
  Girard: J. D. Barker — C. A. Burnett — George E. Cole — Percy Daniels — Charles C. Everitt — Ben S. Gaitskell — E. Haldeman-Julius — Alexander Pancoast Riddle — Edwin R. Ridgely — Charles Snow — Thomas D. Winter — May Wood-Simons
  Hepler: O. F. Lewis
  Hopefield (now Pittsburg): Joseph W. Lane
  Mulberry: Herman L. Gees — John G. Miller — Allen W. Sandidge — Daniel Spoonhour
  New Pittsburgh (now Pittsburg): Augustus J. Georgia — George H. Richey
  Pittsburg:
 
  Pittsburg, year not specified: O. Gene Bicknell
  Pittsburg, 1850-1899: Philip P. Campbell — Orla S. Casad — Augustus J. Georgia — William H. Morris — Albert E. Nan — Charles A. Patmor — John Randolph — Edwin R. Ridgely — William H. Yarcho
  Pittsburg, 1900-1949: Fred W. Brinkerhoff — Philip P. Campbell — Frank Comisky — T. A. Curnow — Fannie Duffy — Barnes Griffith — Louis W. Johnson — Robert S. Lemon — W. M. Lindsay — Ronald E. Mangrum — Clarence Martin Montee — J. T. Moore — Edward White Patterson — C. O. Pingry — Clarence N. Price — Allan W. Ricker — Nick Simeon — Minnie C. True — William J. Watson — William H. Yarcho
  Pittsburg, 1950-1999: Walter F. Edgar — F. J. Foresman — Joseph P. Gendusa — Lawrence M. Gibson — Michael Gray — William R. Hagman — Joseph Lenski — Ronald E. Mangrum — Hugh A. McGuire — Monica Murnan — Rudolph N. Simoncic — Joe Skubitz — Edward J. Spineto, Sr. — John E. White
  Pittsburg, 2000-2022: Marty Beezley — Beth Bradrick — Rudy Draper — Gene Garman — Michael Gray — Pam Henderson — John Ketterman — Leah Mackey — Monica Murnan — Patrick O'Bryan — Mark Peterson
  Walnut: Leon Locke
   See also Kansas areas not assigned to counties.
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