Political hair apparents. It's a head game!

Do appearances matter? Sometimes. In the 1960 John F. Kennedy-Richard Nixon debate, those who watched on TV said Kennedy won. Those who heard it on the radio, said Nixon won, according to one study. Sen. John Edwards' $400 haircuts became campaign fodder in 2007, as did a $2,500 coiffure bill among Hillary Clinton's campaign expenses in 2008. What do you think, did these US politicians get their money's worth – and can you identify them?

Who am I?

A former member of the US House of Representatives from Illinois

 

A soon to be a "guest" of the federal prison system

 

Who am I?

Commissioned the Simon Wiesenthal Center to research his father's wartime record in the German Army

 

Won two Olympic medals

 

Who am I?

She worked for the Internal Revenue Service (IRS)

 

She was raised in a Republican household

 

Who am I?

He was a cattle rancher

 

He was a Boy Scout and a cheerleader in college

 

Who am I?

Her father's original last name was Rasmussen.

 

She was the first choice for the top post at the Dept. of Justice.

 

Who am I?

The losing candidate from Massachusetts in a 1994 US Senate race

 

A former US Ambasasador to the United Nations

 

Who am I?

The first person in his family to attend college

 

A member of the Skull and Bones society

 

Who am I?

He was a tour manager for James Brown.

 

He ran for governor of New York

 

Who am I?

An advisor to two US presidents

 

The first African-American Secretary of State

 

Who am I?

The wealthiest US senator

 

A former Massachusetts governor

 

Who am I?

In 1964 she volunteered to campaign for Republican candidate Barry Goldwater in the US presidential election

 

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