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(top) served as the 33rd governor of Virginia from 1856–1860 and advocated a number (above) used his military fame to become governor of Maine from 1866–1870, winning four one-year terms and setting voting records. He pushed his state to ratify the 14th Amendment, but was not stringent when it came to enforcing prohibition laws in a state known for such. Chamberlain was also a proponent of education, supporting what became the University of Maine. Both men were dedicated to their states and served without scandal.

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