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US Congressional Elections 2018: Athletes Also Have a Share

US Congressional Elections 2018

The midterm elections of the US Congress have ended and the names of the winners have begun to unfold as final results are settled. The sport has not lost sight of the electoral landscape because a number of athletes have won seats in Congress, especially from American football.

Anthony Gonzalez
American football player Anthony Gonzalez, 34, won a seat in Congress after beating Susan Moran to represent the Republicans. Gonzalez played for the Indianapolis Colts in Ohio, and managed to hold 99 balls and cut through his career 1307 yards and made seven decisive touches.

Charles Davids
Is a 38-year-old “martial arts” fighter. Charles Davids will represent Democrats after beating Republican Kevin Yoder in the election. He also took part in the “Ultimate Fighter” four years before he retired.

Colin Alred
Colin Alred, a former American footballer, became a representative of the Democrats. Alred played four seasons in the American league with the Tennessee Titans team (2007 to 2010) and worked in government jobs before winning the current election.

Jim Jordan
Jim Jordan, 54, won a seat with the Republicans, a former American wrestler with many local titles during his career, and was an assistant to the Ohio wrestling team coach from 1989 to 1994. He is one of the most popular American athletes in America.

Jesse White
Jesse White, 84, has won his seventh term as secretary in Illinois, and has held the post since 1999 (the oldest of the remaining one and the first African-American to maintain his post). White played with the Chicago Bulls baseball team from 1959 to 1966.

Adam Greenberg
Adam Greenberg, 37, will represent the Republicans in the new Congress. He is a former “baseball” player. Greenberg was famous for a famous incident when he fell to the ground and was hit in the head in 2005 and suffered a serious skull injury. He returned with the Miami Marlins in 2012 and then decided to retire from the sport.

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