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Senator Who lets you quickly identify senators using what you know. Give it the senator’s hair color, gender, or even party and committee membership if you know it, and Senator Who will show you pictures of everyone who matches that description. If you need to know more, Senator Who can tell you basic information about the senator or link you immediately to the senator’s official web page or Wikipedia entry.
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- Staff assistants
- Teachers and tour guides
- Tourists visiting DC
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