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    assemblyman/-woman

    assemblyman; assemblywoman; assemblyperson
    Are these all used in the US?
    What are the British equivalent?
    Thank you.

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    Arrow Re: assemblyman/-woman

    Hi Itasan,
    In this era of political correctness ( ) we live in, it`s probably best to say "assembly person", lest you offend some ********.

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    Re: assemblyman/-woman

    Councillor?? The assembly is the State legislating body, isn't it? We don't have those in the UK, so 'councillor' is the nearest I can think of.

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