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John F. Kennedy
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Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr.
After ten years of being in political public life, Lee Whitnum retired from politics in November 2018. She ran for Congress, the Senate and for Governor.
Lee says she will still be fighting for her causes, Judicial Reform and the long overdue end of the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict. In 2018 Lee Whitnum ran for Governor in Connecticut (D). In 2010 Lee Whitnum ran for the U.S. Senate in Connecticut (D). In 2008, Whitnum ran for U.S. Congress in the 4th Congressional District in Connecticut (D).
Whitnum holds a masters degree (edm) from Harvard University in Administration, Planning and Social Policy, and a Bachelor of Science degree (BS) in Computer Science from the University of Maryland.
Lee's father, Paul Whitnum was a British banker; her mother, an American teacher. Whitnum is secular Protestant. Both of Lee’s grandfathers fought in WWI. Lee’s father was a British pilot in World War II for the British Royal Air Force.