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In our Who Am I? quizzes we provide 10 “clues” as to who the mystery person is. The less clues the teams need the more points they receive. Each team has one guess of the answer, if they get it wrong they get 0pts

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Questions in the free Who Am I? quiz  are as follows;

Who Am I?

10 Points                    I was born on 4th August 1961 in Honolulu, Hawaii

9 Points                      My parents separated when I was two years old and in 1967, my mother re-married and we moved to Indonesia to live

8 Points                      When I was ten, I returned to Honolulu to live with my maternal grandparents until I graduated from high school in                  1979

7 Points                      In 1983, I graduated from Columbia University, New York, with a B.A. in political science. I then went on to work at Business International Corporation and New York Public Interest Research Group

6 Points                      In 1988, I entered Harvard Law School and at the end of my first year was selected as an editor of the law review based on my grades and a writing competition

5 Points                      My first book Dreams From My Father was published in mid-1995.

4 Points                      I taught constitutional Law at the University of Chicago Law School for twelve years from 1992 – 2004

3 Points                      In 1993, I joined Davis, Miner, Barnhill & Galland, a 12-attorney law firm, where I was an associate for three years

2 Points                      In 1996, I was elected to the Illinois Senate, succeeding State Senator Alice Palmer as Senator from the 13th District and resigned in November 2004 following my election to the US Senate                            

1 Point                        In 2008 I became the Democratic Party candidate for the US Presidential election beating Hilary Clinton

Barack Obama