George Wallace in a sentence
121. He endorsed Senator Henry "Scoop" Jackson, in part to distance himself from George Wallace.
122. In 1968 third-party candidate George Wallace won Escambia County with 54 percent of the vote.
123. His son, George Wallace Jr., officially switched from Democrat to Republican that same year.
124. In 1963, Governor George Wallace was invited by the Yale Political Union to speak at Yale.
125. Hall made two films the comic, George Wallace: Let George Do It (1938) and Gone to the Dogs.
126. In 1964, he ran in the Democratic presidential primaries against segregationist George Wallace.
127. He ran for governor and lieutenant governor of Alabama, once running against George Wallace.
128. Perez at first pushed for Democratic electors pledged to George Wallace, the governor of Alabama.
129. Commando Cody (George Wallace) is a civilian researcher and inventor with a number of employees.
130. She also appeared in her first film, His Royal Highness, with Australian comedian George Wallace.
131. The building was designed by architect George Roper Gouinlock, son of George Wallace Gouinlock.
132. The Wallace Civic Center opened in 1970 due to funding by George Wallace, a Fitchburg resident.
133. He lost a race for governor in 1970 in the Democrat primary to eventual nominee, George Wallace.
134. Tom Sr. was the boss, Tom Jr. handled engineering, and George Wallace also was an executive.
135. and Monash received the Humanitas Prize for his teleplay for the TNT film George Wallace (1997).
136. He endorsed Senator Henry "Scoop" Jackson, in part to distance himself from George Wallace.
137. It features the last screen performance of comedian George Wallace, who plays a stage manager.
138. Also in 1885, Welsby formed a partnership with Captain George Wallace to operate maritime ventures.
139. George Wallace Bollinger (10 April 1890–10 June 1917) was a New Zealand soldier and diarist.
140. Perot was the first third-party candidate to win any Texas counties since George Wallace in 1968.
141. Others involved in the creative aspects of the musical included George Wallace and Jock McLeod.
142. George Wallace Gouinlock (August 1, 1861 – February 13, 1932) was a prominent Canadian architect.
143. Victory instead went to John Malcolm Patterson, who defeated George Wallace in a runoff election.
144. George Wallace Kenner FRS (16 November 1922 – 26 June 1978) was a British organic chemist.
145. Incumbent Democrat George Wallace was term limited and could not seek a third consecutive term.
146. Incumbent Democrat George Wallace was term limited and could not seek a second consecutive term.
147. American candidate George Wallace performed decently, finishing with 8.36% of the popular vote.
148. He was supported by segregationists Thomas Pickens Brady, George Wallace and Leander Perez.
149. George Wallace was an African-American state senator from Georgia during the Reconstruction Era.
150. From 1949-1959, comedian George Wallace Junior presented weekly variety shows at the Theatre Royal.
- the Civil Rights Act
- and Voting Rights Act
- the U.S. Congress
- The New York Times
- the late 20th century
- the 1980s
- Dillard v. Crenshaw County
- Chilton County
- Conecuh County
- 52,419 square miles
- 135,760 km
- About three-fifths
- the Mississippi River
- North Alabama
- Mobile Bay
- nearly half a mile
- Mount Cheaha
- 2,413 ft
- 735 m)
- 22 million acres
- 89,000 km
- Baldwin County
- the Gulf Coast
- the National Park Service
- Horseshoe Bend National Military Park
- Alexander City
- Little River Canyon National Preserve
- Fort Payne
- Russell Cave National Monument