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Date of Birth August 28, 1900
Date of Death April 17, 1995
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Profession Politician
Horoscope Virgo

Corneal A. Davis Biography

Corneal A. Davis is a famous American politician, who was born on August 28, 1900 in . According to Astrologers, Corneal A. Davis's zodiac sign is Virgo.

Corneal A. Davis (August 28, 1900 – April 17, 1995) was an American politician from Illinois who served in the Illinois House of Representatives from 1943 until 1979 making him the longest serving African American member in the body's history.

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Davis was born on August 28, 1900, in Warren County, Mississippi on a farm near Vicksburg, Mississippi. His family relocated to the Vicksburg city proper for access to educational opportunities. He attended Tougaloo College and graduated with the Class of 1917. He enlisted in the United States Army during World War I and fought during the Meuse-Argonne Offensive. He served in the 92nd Division with the 318th Medical Detachment. He returned to Vicksburg, but left after watching the lynching of a childhood friend. In August 1919, he joined his family, who moved to Chicago to escape violence in Mississippi. He joined Quinn Chapel African Methodist Episcopal Church and eventually rose to become an assistant pastor. He continued his military service as a member of the Illinois National Guard until an honorable discharge in 1931. After working as a shipping clerk he joined William L. Dawson's political organization. Initially a Republican like Dawson, both he and Dawson played a prominent role in persuading Chicago's African Americans to join the Democratic Party during the realignment of African American voting behavior from the Republican to Democratic parties.

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In 1939, Davis ran for the Chicago City Council in Chicago's 2nd ward. Earl B. Dickerson defeated Davis in the Democratic primary. Dickerson defeated William E. King in the general election to become the first African American Democrat to serve on the Chicago City Council.

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Davis was elected to the Illinois House of Representatives in 1942. When he first arrived in Springfield, Illinois he was turned away from the hotel and resorted to staying at the train station. In protest, Abraham Lincoln Marovitz, Illinois's first Jewish State Senator, joined him at the train station.

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During his tenure, he backed cost of living increases for welfare recipients and many civil rights measures with a focus on fair employment practices.

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