- Full Name: Carol Moseley Braun
- Profession: Politicus
- Religion: Catholic
- Place of Birth: Chicago, Illinois
- Date of Birth: Saturday, August 16th, 1947
- Zodiac: Leo
- Nationality: American
-Parker High School
-University of Illinois
-University of Chicago
-US Senator from Illinois
-US Representative for New Zealand
-Home Member Representative from Illinois during the second period
Carol Elizabeth Moseley Braun was born on August 16, 1947 in Chicago, Illinois. In his childhood, elementary school Mosley Rugles School and during his high school she went to Parker High School which is now known as the Paul Robeson High School in Chicago, USA. His father, Joseph Mosley is a person of the police while his mother, Edna is a medical technician at a hospital. His family lived in the medium in the North Chicago area.
At the time of Moseley teenager, his parents berceria and he decided to stay with his grandmother. He decided to go to the University of Illinois at Urbana however saying the lecture period only lasted four months because he must be removed from campus. Shortly thereafter he pursue the field of political science at the University of Illinois at Chicago. Moseley completed his studies in 1969 with a Juris Doctor degree from the University of Chicago Law School.
In 1973 to 1977, Moseley Braun worked as a prosecutor in the United States Attorney's office. His dedication in the field of housing, health policy, and environmental law awarded him the title of the Attorney-General's Special Achievement Award. In 1978 Moseley Braun was elected as a member of the Illinois House of representatives, where he began to build his career until being promoted to assistant chief. As a representative of the State, he was widely known as a hero in the field of social liberal. In early 1984, he became the originator of a moratorium on the application of the death penalty in Illinois.
Moseley Braun is known as the first black woman elected into the Senate in America, the first woman to beat a senator in an election, and the first female senator from Illinois dating. From 1999 to 2001 he was a US representative for New Zealand. He also became the candidate of the Democratic Party in the 2004 presidential election.