Glorious facial hair used to be common in the U.S. House and Senate.
Oregon’s Republican U.S. Senator John Mitchell in 1885.
But today, the art of the well-manicured face hair has all but disappeared in the halls of power in D.C.
COME ON, PEOPLE?! Think of it!
So here is a complete guide to the brave men who CURRENTLY serve with facial hair.
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