American congresswoman in IdahoBoise, Idaho
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Cherie Buckner-WebbAmerican congresswoman in Idaho
Cherie Buckner-Webb (born October 29, 1951) is a Democratic politician from Boise, Idaho. In 2010 Buckner-Webb was elected to a single term in the Idaho House of Representatives representing the north Boise-based District 19. In 2012 Buckner-Webb won the district's Idaho Senate seat, succeeding the retiring Nicole LeFavour. She is Idaho's first elected African-American state legislator, and its first African-American woman legislator. Upon taking office in the Idaho Senate Buckner-Webb was elected Democratic caucus chair, and she later served as assistant minority leader.Buckner-Webb did not seek re-election in 2020. Buckner-Webb instead ran for College of Western Idaho Zone 5 Trustee and won unopposed.
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