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ACF Regionals answers: 64.1%
Hotlist of topics: 88.7%
General topics: 79.6%
Science topics: 92%
Catholic Encyclopedia: 86.2%
Easton's Bible Dictionary: 88%
Encyclopaedia Biblica : 69.5%
Evangelical Dictionary of Theology: 80.6%
Gutenberg authors : 57.1%
Jewish Encyclopedia : 39%
Literary Encyclopedia: 81.9%
Polish Biographical Dictionary: 6%
Find-A-Grave: 85.1%
Stanford Archive answers 97.9%
Missing paintings 64.4%
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This is a gathering of red links from around Wikipedia; however, a few of these were not red links, but merely discovered by me to be missing and needed. This list is purged every Tuesday. Please make sure every blue-link article, and every article you write, links to or lists the sources you used. For help on how to write biographies, see Wikipedia:WikiProject Biography.

Wikipedia:WikiProject Missing encyclopedic articles/American politicians for a complete list of American governors and senators we do not have articles on, plus a few Representatives. Wikipedia:WikiProject Missing encyclopedic articles/Canadian politicians lists MPs, cabinet members, cabinet positions, and several premiers. Wikipedia:WikiProject Missing encyclopedic articles/Australian politicians lists all premiers and governors, all cabinet positions, some people that have held cabinet positions, all current Federal Court justices, and all senators since 1985.

Contents

History

Historical patent medicine

  1. G. T. Fulford & Company - - owned by the above
  2. George Taylor Fulford II - - member of the Legislative Assembly of Ontario, son of above
  3. John MacKenzie (mayor) - - mayor of Brockville, a Canadian city, wrote publicity for G.T. Fulford's company

Presidents, prime ministers, cabinet members, and other executive branch positions

France

Minister of Health

  1. Jacques Chevalier (Minister of Health) - 25 February 1941 - 12 August 1941
  2. Serge Huard - 12 August 1941 - 18 April 1942
  3. Edmond Grasset - 18 April 1942 - 20 August 1944
  4. François Billoux - 10 September 1944 - 21 November 1945
  5. Robert Prigent - 21 November 1945 - 26 January 1946
  6. Robert Prigent 26 January 1946 - 24 June 1946
  7. Robert Prigent 24 June 1946 - 16 December 1946
  8. René Arthaud - 24 June 1946 - 16 December 1946
  9. Pierre Ségelle - 16 December 1946 - 22 January 1947
  10. Marcel Roclore - 4 May 1947 - 9 May 1947
  11. Robert Prigent 9 May 1947 - 22 October 1947
  12. Louis Aujoulat (Minister of Health) - 19 June 1954 - 3 September 1954
  13. André Monteil - 3 September 1954 - 23 February 1955
  14. Bernard Lafay - 23 February 1955 - 1 February 1956
  15. André Maroselli - 14 May 1958 - 1 June 1958

Ministers of Culture

Ministers of Agriculture

  1. Achille Armand Fould - 14 January 1932 - 20 February 1932
  2. Adrien Dariac - 9 June 1914 - 13 June 1914
  3. Antoine Gadaud - 26 January 1895 - 1 November 1895
  4. Camille Laurens (politician) - 21 November 1951 - 28 June 1953
  5. Christian Bonnet - 28 May 1974 - 30 March 1977
  6. Émile Casset - 8 November 1934 - 1 June 1935
  7. François Barbé - 30 May 1887 - 12 December 1887
  8. François Binet - 10 April 1926 - 19 July 1926
  9. Gabriel Valay - 2 December 1949 - 3 July 1950
  10. Jacques Duhamel - 16 June 1969 - 8 January 1971
  11. Jean Durand - 17 April 1925 - 10 April 1926
  12. Jean Sourbet - 23 February 1955 - 1 February 1956
  13. Joseph Noullens - 20 July 1919 - 20 January 1920
  14. Joseph Ricard - 20 January 1920 - 16 January 1921
  15. Jules Viette - 12 December 1887 - 22 February 1889
  16. Léopold Faye - 22 February 1889 - 17 March 1890
  17. Marcel Roclore - 22 October 1947 - 24 November 1947
  18. Michel Cointat - 8 January 1971 - 7 July 1972
  19. Paul Antier - 11 August 1951 - 21 November 1951
  20. Pierre Cathala - 6 January 1944 - 20 August 1944
  21. Pierre Cathala 7 June 1935 - 24 January 1936 - double check if two people?
  22. Roland Boscary-Monsservin - 6 November 1957 - 9 June 1958
  23. Victor Boret - 13 December 1930 - 27 January 1931
  24. Victor Boret 16 November 1917 - 20 July 1919

Ministers of the Environment

  1. André Jarrot - 27 May 1974 - 12 January 1976 (Ministre de la Qualité de la vie)
  2. André Fosset - 12 January 1976 - 25 August 1976 (Ministre de la Qualité de la vie)
  3. Vincent Ansquer - 25 August 1976 - 29 March 1977 (Ministre de la Qualité de la vie)

Ministers of Youth Affairs and Sports

  1. Frédérique Bredin (Minister of Youth Affairs and Sports) - 16 May 1991 - 29 March 1993 -
  2. Pierre Bourdan (Minister of Youth Affairs and Sports) - 22 January 1947 - 22 October 1947 -
  3. Roland Nungesser (Minister of Youth Affairs and Sports) - 30 May 1968 - 10 July 1968 -

Ministers of Social Affairs

  1. Colette Codaccioni 18 May 1995 - 7 November 1995 -
  2. Georgina Dufoix 19 July 1984 - 7 December 1984 -

Presidents of the French Senate and Presidents of the Council of the Republic

  1. Louis Martel -

Mexico

Positions

  1. Secretary of the Marine (Mexico) - See es:Secretaría de Marina (México) -
  2. Secretary of Agriculture (Mexico) -
  3. Secretary of the Agrarian Reformation (Mexico) -
  4. Secretary of the Public Function (Mexico) -
  5. Federal Executive Legal Advisor (Mexico) -

Secretary of Foreign Affairs

  1. Manuel Tello Macías -

Secretary of Education

  1. Luis Sánchez Pontón -
  2. Jesús Reyes Heroles - See es:Jesús Reyes Heroles -

Secretary of Tourism

  1. Oscar Espinosa Villarreal - See es:Oscar Espinosa Villarreal -

Attorney General

  1. Rafael Rebollar -
  2. Eduardo Neri - - municipality
  3. Ignacio Morales Lechuga -
  4. Antonio Lozano Gracia - - redirect Fernando Antonio Lozano Gracia
  5. Daniel Cabeza de Vaca - - redirect Daniel F. Cabeza de Vaca Hernández

Miscellaneous current cabinet members

  1. Marco Antonio Payrot González - - Secretary of the Marine
  2. Florencio Salazar Adame - - Secretary of the Agrarian Reformation
  3. Eduardo Romero Ramos - - Secretary of the Public Function

House of Representatives of Japan members

A mix of current members, and members from the last term.

The GovernmentOpposition

MajorityMinority Coalition

Liberal Democratic Party (249 members)

  1. Akira Satō -
  2. Eiko Kaneta -
  3. Eita Yashiro -
  4. Hajime Morita -
  5. Hideo Tanaka (politician) - {{search|
  6. Isao Matsumiya - {{search|
  7. Kazuko Nose - {{search|
  8. Kazuyoshi Nakanishi - {{search|
  9. Keisuke Sunada - {{search|
  10. Koki Hagino - {{search|
  11. Koki Kobayashi - {{search|
  12. Kotaro Tachibana - {{search|
  13. Kyoichi Tsushima - {{search|
  14. Masahiro Morioka - {{search| - philosopher?
  15. Minoru Kiuchi - {{search|
  16. Naoto Kitamura - {{search|
  17. Osamu Konishi - {{search|
  18. Ryuji Koizumi - {{search|
  19. Sadatoshi Ozato - {{search|
  20. Shigeo Uetake - {{search|
  21. Shinji Sato - {{search|
  22. Susumu Hasumi - {{search|
  23. Tadao Iwasaki - {{search|
  24. Takafumi Yamashita (politician) - {{search|
  25. Takashi Aoyama - {{search|
  26. Takeshi Nishida - {{search|
  27. Tsutomu Kawara - {{search| -?? Riki = Tsutomu?
  28. Yoji Nagaoka - {{search|


New Komeito (34 members)

  1. Hiroaki Nagasawa -
  2. Masatomo Kawai -
  3. Nobuo Kawakami - - football player
  4. Taiichi Shiraho -
  5. Yasuhide Yamana -

The OppositionGovernment

Democratic Party (178 members)

  1. - Jimpu = Jinpu?
  2. - Gemba = Genba?

Japan Communist Party (8 members)

  1. Tomio Yamaguchi

Social Democratic Party (6 members)

  1. Mitsuko Tomon
  2. Kiyohiro Yamamoto

Independents (7 members)

House of Councillors of Japan members

A mix of from this term and last term

Liberal Democratic Party (115 members)

Democratic Party (72 members)

  1. Toshihiro Asahi
  2. Toshio Fujii
  3. Kiyoshi Hasegawa (politician)
  4. Toshikazu Higuchi
  5. Sadao Hirano
  6. Tadashi Hirono
  7. Ryoichi Honda
  8. Toshikazu Hori
  9. Akira Imaizumi
  10. Mototaka Ito
  11. Kenji Katsuki
  12. Yukiko Kawahashi
  13. Moto Kobayashi
  14. Masuo Matsuoka
  15. Akio Nakajima
  16. Kunio Nobuta
  17. Kinuko Ofuchi
  18. Masako Owaki
  19. Tsuyoshi Saito
  20. Michio Sato
  21. Yuhei Satoh
  22. Hideaki Tamura
  23. Masaaki Tanibayashi
  24. Giichi Tsunoda
  25. Tooru Unno
  26. Hiroko Wada
  27. Hideki Wakabayashi
  28. Mitsuharu Warashina

New Komeito (23 members)

  1. Kunio Chiba
  2. Junichi Fukumoto
  3. Katsuyuki Hikasa
  4. Shozo Kusakawa
  5. Kouji Morimoto
  6. Hiroshi Tsuruoka
  7. Kunihiro Tsuzuki
  8. Tamotsu Yamamoto

Japan Communist Party (20 members)

  1. Kimie Hatano
  2. Hiroko Hatta
  3. Toshiko Hayashi
  4. Kanko Ikeda
  5. Miyo Inoue
  6. Emi Iwasa
  7. Chikashi Koizumi
  8. Takeshi Miyamoto
  9. Tokiko Nishiyama
  10. Yasuo Ogata
  11. Tatsumi Osawa
  12. Renzo Togashi
  13. Yoshinori Yoshioka


Greens (2 members)

  1. Kiseko Takahashi

Independents (8 members)

  1. Sota Iwamoto
  2. Motoo Shiina
  3. Soko Shimabukuro
  4. Masakazu Yamamoto
  5. Hiroyuki Kurata
  6. Takahiro Kuroiwa
  7. Shoji Motooka

Judges in Japan

Supreme Court of Japan

  1. List of Supreme Court Justices of Japan (since 1947)

Members of the Dáil Éireann in Ireland

Members of the 27th Dáil

  1. Brian FitzGerald

Governors and premiers

Current governors in Japan

  • 47 lists of people who have held the office of governor for every prefecture.

Here are current governors, excluding a few who already have articles.

  1. Hiroyuki Kodera
  2. Takahiko Yamamoto
  3. Yoshitsugu Kunimatsu
  4. Yoshiya Kakimoto
  5. Yoshiki Kimura
  6. Nobuyoshi Sumita
  7. Daijiro Hashimoto
  8. Keiichi Inamine

Past governors in Mexico

Aguascalientes

  1. Alberto del Valle - {{search|
  2. Alberto Díaz de León Bocanegra - {{search|
  3. Alberto Fuentes Dávila - {{search|
  4. Alberto González Hermosillo Barragán - {{search|
  5. Alejandro Vázquez del Mercado - {{search|
  6. Aurelio L. González - {{search|
  7. Benito Palomino Dena - {{search|
  8. Benjamín Azpeitia Puga - {{search|
  9. Benjamín de la Mora - {{search|
  10. Carlos Barrón Letechipía - {{search|
  11. Carlos Sagredo - {{search|
  12. Edmundo Gámez Orozco - {{search|
  13. Enrique Osorio Camarena - {{search|
  14. Esteban Ávila Mier - {{search|
  15. Felipe Cosio - {{search|
  16. Felipe Nieto y del Portillo - {{search|
  17. Francisco Gómez Hornedo - {{search|
  18. Francisco Guel Jiménez - {{search|
  19. Francisco Reyes Barrientos - {{search|
  20. Guadalupe Dávila Guerrero - {{search|
  21. Ignacio T. Chávez - {{search|
  22. Isaac Díaz de León - {{search|
  23. J. Refugio Esparza Reyes - {{search|
  24. Jesús Gómez Portugal - {{search|
  25. Jesús Maria Rodríguez Flores - {{search|
  26. Jesús Terán Peredo - {{search|
  27. Joaquín de Lara Esqueda - {{search|
  28. José Cirilo Gómez Anaya - {{search|
  29. José Maria Elizalde - {{search|
  30. Juan G. Alvarado Lavalle de - {{search|
  31. Luis Ortega Douglas - {{search|
  32. Manuel Carpio Velázquez - {{search|
  33. Manuel Mena - {{search|
  34. Mariano Chico Navarro - {{search|
  35. Miguel Angel Barberena - {{search|
  36. Miguel Güinchard - {{search|
  37. Otho Granados Roldán - {{search|
  38. Pedro José García Rojas - {{search|
  39. Rafael Arellano Ruíz Esparza - {{search|
  40. Rafael Arellano Valle - {{search|
  41. Rafael Quevedo Morán - {{search|
  42. Rodolfo Landeros Gallegos - {{search|
  43. Rodrigo Rincón Gallardo - {{search|
  44. Victorino Medina - {{search|

Baja California

  1. Braulio Maldonado Sández
  2. Eligio Esquivel Méndez
  3. Gustavo Aubanel Vallejo

Baja California Sur

  1. Agustín Arriola Martínez
  2. Agustín Olachea Avilés
  3. Ruperto Garcia de Alba
  4. Juan Domínguez Cota
  5. Rafael M. Pedrajo
  6. Francisco J. Mújica
  7. Agustín Olachea Avilés
  8. Patrocinio Flores Castellanos
  9. Lucino M. Rebolledo
  10. Bonifacio Salinas Leal
  11. Hugo Cervantes del Río

Campeche

  1. Pablo García y Montilla
  2. Tomás Anzar Barbachano
  3. Salvador Donde
  4. Luis García Mézquita
  5. José Antonio González Curi

Chiapas

I copied the whole table, since all links were already red.

Name Party Term
Roberto Albores Guillén - {{search| PRI 1998-2000
Julio César Ruiz Ferro - {{search| PRI 1996-1998
Javier López Moreno - {{search| PRI 1995-1996
Eduardo Robledo Rincón - {{search| PRI 1994-1995
Elmar Seltzer Marselle - {{search| PRI 1993-1994
Patrocinio González Blanco Garrido - {{search| PRI 1988-1993
Absalón Castellanos Domínguez - {{search| PRI 1982-1988
Juan Sabines Gutiérrez - {{search| PRI 1982
Jorge de la Vega Domínguez - {{search| PRI
José Castillo Tielemans - {{search| PRI
Samuel León Brindis - {{search| PRI
Efraín Aranda Osorio - {{search| PRI
Francisco J. Grajales - {{search| PRI
Cesar A. Lara - {{search| PRI 1946-1948
Humberto P. Gamboa - {{search| PRI 1946-1948
Manuel J. Camacho - {{search| PRI 1946-1948
Gabriel Sarmiento - {{search| PRI 1946-1948
Fernando Aguilar - {{search| PRI 1946-1948
Juan M. Esponda - {{search| PRI 1944-1946
Rafael P. Gamboa - {{search| PRI 1940-1944
Afraín A. Gutiérrez - {{search| PRI 1936-1940
Armando Coutiño - {{search| PRI 1932-1936
Victórico R. Grajales - {{search| PRI 1932-1936
Raymundo Enríquez - {{search| PRI 1928-1932
Manuel Alvarez (politician) - {{search| 1927-1928
Federico Martínez Rojas - {{search| 1927-1928
Amador Coutiño - {{search| 1927-1928
Rosendo Delarbre Santelis - {{search| 1927-1928
Luis P. Vidal - {{search| 1927
Carlos A. Vidal - {{search| 1925-1927
César Córdova - {{search| 1925
Raúl León - {{search| 1924
Luis Ramírez Corzo - {{search| 1924
General Tiburcio Fernández Ruiz - {{search| 1920-1924
Benigno Cal y Mayor - {{search| 1920-1924
Amadeo Ruiz - {{search| 1920-1924
Manuel Encarnación Cruz - {{search| 1920-1924
Rogelio García Castro - {{search| 1920-1924
Luis C. García Martín Paredes - {{search| 1920-1924
General Alejo González - {{search| 1920
General Pascual Morales y Molina - {{search| 1916-1919
Colonel Pablo Villanueva - {{search| 1916
General Blas Corral - {{search| 1915

Chihuahua

I copied the table, since all links, excepting one, were already red.

Governor Party Term
Patricio Martínez PRI 19982004
Praxedes Giner Durán PRI 19621968
Oscar Soto Máynez PRI 19501955
Fernando Foglio Miramontes PRI 19441950
Alfredo Chávez (politician) PRI 19401944
Gustavo L. Talamantes PRI 19361940
Rodrigo M. Quevedo PRI 19321936
Eduardo Salido PRI 1932
Roberto Fierro PRI 19311932
Andrés Ortiz PRI 19301931
Pascual García PRI 1930
Rómulo Escobar PRI 1930
Luis L. León PRI 1929
Marcelo Caraveo 19281929
Fernando Orozco 19271928
Manuel Mascareñas Jr. 1927
Mariano Guillén 1926
Jorge M. Cárdenas 1925
Jesús Antonio Almeida 19241927
Reynaldo Talavera 19231924
José Acosta Rivera 1923
Pedro S. Olivas 1921
Rómulo Alvelais 19211923
Efrén Valdez 1921
Ignacio C. Enríquez 19201923
Tomás Gameros 1920
Abel S. Rodríguez 1920
Alfonso Gómez Luna 1920
Melquiades Angulo 19181920
Andrés Ortiz 19181920
Ignacio C. Enríquez 1918
Ramón Gómez y Salas 1918
Manuel Herrera Marmolejo 1918
Enrique Alcalá 1917
Arnulfo González - blue link footballer 19161918

Michoacán

  1. Porfirio García de León
  2. Francisco Ortiz Rubio
  3. Rafael Alvarez (politician)
  4. Celerino Luviano
  5. José Rentería Luviano
  6. Primo Serranía Mercado
  7. Sidronio Sánchez Pineda
  8. Jesús Magaña Soto
  9. Silvestre Guerrero
  10. Sidronio Sánchez Pineda
  11. Enrique Ramírez y Ramírez
  12. Luis Méndez - blue link is to football player
  13. Dámaso Cárdenas
  14. Gabino Vázquez
  15. Benigno Serrata
  16. Rafael Sánchez Tapia
  17. Rafael Ordórica Villamar
  18. Arnulfo Avila
  19. Conrado Magaña
  20. Felíx Ireta Viveros
  21. José Ma. Mendoza Pardo
  22. Daniel T. Rentería
  23. Dámaso Cárdenas
  24. David Franco Rodríguez
  25. Carlos Torres Manzo
  26. Eduardo Villaseñor
  27. Ausencio Chávez Hernández
  28. Genovevo Figueroa Zamudio

Sonora

  1. Fausto Topete
  2. Francisco S. Elías
  3. Rodolfo Elías Calles
  4. Ramón Ramos (politician)
  5. Román Yocupicio
  6. Anselmo Macías Valenzuela
  7. Horacio Sobarzo
  8. Ignacio Soto
  9. Luis Encinas Jonson
  10. Faustino Félix Serna
  11. Alejandro Carrillo Marcor
  12. Samuel Ocaña García
  13. Armando López Nogales

Members of European Parliament

1999-2004

Belgium

  1. Jan Dhaene (is not Jean-Luc Dehaene) -
  2. Paul A.A.J.G. Lannoye -
  3. Patsy Sörensen -

Denmark

  1. Ole Andreasen -
  2. Freddy Blak -
  3. Pernille Frahm -
  4. Christian Rovsing -
  5. Ole Sørensen -

France

  1. Alain Esclopé -
  2. Alexandre Varaut -
  3. Anne-Marie Schaffner -
  4. Danielle Auroi -
  5. Danielle Darras -
  6. Didier Rod -
  7. Dominique F.C. Souchet -
  8. Elizabeth Montfort -
  9. Florence Kuntz -
  10. Francis Decourrière -
  11. Georges Berthu -
  12. Georges Garot -
  13. Gérard Caudron -
  14. Hugues Martin -
  15. Isabelle Caullery -
  16. Jean-Louis Bernié -
  17. Jean-Pierre Bebear -
  18. Jean-Thomas Nordmann -
  19. Marie-Françoise Garaud -
  20. Marie-Hélène Gillig -
  21. Michel J.M. Dary -
  22. Michel Raymond -
  23. Michel-Ange Scarbonchi -
  24. Nicole Thomas-Mauro -
  25. Philippe A.R. Herzog -
  26. Sylviane H. Ainardi -
  27. Thierry B. Jean-Pierre -
  28. Thierry de la Perriere -
  29. William Abitbol -
  30. Yves Butel -
  31. Yves Piétrasanta -

Germany

  1. Anne-Karin Glase -
  2. Brigitte Langenhagen - {{search|
  3. Brigitte Wenzel-Perillo - {{search|
  4. Christa Randzio-Plath - {{search|
  5. Christel Fiebiger - {{search|
  6. Christian Ulrik von Boetticher - {{search|
  7. Diemut R. Theato - {{search|
  8. Gerhard Schmid - {{search|
  9. Hans Udo Bullmann - {{search| - not sure where hans comes from?
  10. Hedwig Keppelhoff-Wiechert - {{search|
  11. Ilka Schröder - {{search|
  12. Jannis Sakellariou - {{search|
  13. Karin Junker - {{search|
  14. Karsten Knolle - {{search|
  15. Konrad K. Schwaiger - {{search|
  16. Magdalene Hoff - {{search|
  17. Ozan Ceyhun - {{search|
  18. Peter Michael Mombaur - {{search|
  19. Rolf Linkohr - {{search|
  20. Rosemarie Müller - {{search|
  21. Sabine Zissener - {{search|
  22. Ursula Schleicher - {{search|
  23. Wilfried Kuckelkorn - {{search|
  24. Wilhelm Ernst Piecyk - {{search|
  25. Willi Görlach - {{search|
  26. Willi Rothley - {{search|
  27. Winfried Menrad - {{search|
  28. Xaver Mayer - {{search|
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