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03/02/24

Author: Alex Cooper

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This week’s question was: Who was the first out LGBTQ+ person elected governor in the U.S.?

This week’s answer is:Kate Brown, a Democrat from Oregon, is bisexual. She became the first out LGBTQ+ person elected governor in 2016.

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