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2023-01-25T01:03:32+00:00

Liz Cheney

WY-al

Eldest daughter of former Vice President, Dick Cheney. Worked at USAID and the State Department, including as the Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Near Eastern Affairs. One of only two GOP women newly elected to Congress in 2016.

2023-01-25T01:31:38+00:00

Shelley Moore Capito

West Virginia

In 2000, became the first Republican woman elected to Congress from West Virginia, and is the only woman from the state to have been elected to the US Senate. Named the most productive of 2014’s freshman Senators, sponsoring over 113 pieces of legislation in her first term. Served as Chair of the Congressional Caucus for Women’s Issues while in the House.

2023-01-25T01:31:52+00:00

Cathy McMorris Rodgers

WA-05

Appointed to the Washington State Senate in 1994, later winning the special election to permanently fill that position. Served as Minority Leader in the Washington House from 2002-2003 as the first woman to lead the caucus and the youngest since WWII. Elected to the US House in 2004, and served as the freshman class representative on the Steering Committee and on the Republican Whip Team. Became the Republican co-chairwoman of the Congressional Caucus for Women’s Issues, in her sophomore term. Served as Vice Chair of the House Republican Conference from 2008-2012. Currently serves as Chair of the Republican Conference and is the highest ranking Republican woman in Congress.

2023-01-25T01:13:53+00:00

Jaime Herrera Beutler

WA-03

Interned at the White House, then worked as a legislative aide for now fellow Congresswoman, Cathy McMorris Rodgers. Appointed to the Washington House of Representatives in 2007, became the youngest member of her party’s leadership as Assistant Floor Leader. Elected to Congress in 2010, she is the first Hispanic to represent Washington State in the US House. Named one of Time Magazine’s “40 Under 40” in 2010. Serves on the House Appropriations Committee, and is a member of the Congressional Hispanic Conference, the Republican Study Committee, and the Republican Main Street Partnership.

2023-01-25T01:32:28+00:00

Kay Granger

TX-12

Elected as the first female Mayor of Fort Worth in 1991. Elected to TX-12 in 1996, making her the first woman to represent Texas as a Member of the US House. Serves as Chairman of the Defense Subcommittee of the US House’s Appropriations Committee. Serves as on the Board of Directors of the International Republican Institute and Southwestern University, and is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations.

2023-01-25T01:32:40+00:00

Marsha Blackburn

Tennessee

Began her career in sales, working her way up the corporate ladder through marketing positions over 20 years, before being appointed the Executive Director of the Tennessee Film, Entertainment, and Music Commission by the state’s Governor. Served in the Tennessee Senate from 1994-1998, including as Minority Whip. Elected to the US House in 2002, winning with 71% of the vote. Serves as Vice Chair of the House Committee on Energy and Commerce, and was a member of President-Elect Trump’s Transition team.

2023-01-25T01:32:52+00:00

Jenniffer González Colon

PR-al

Elected in 2016 as Puerto Rico’s sole Representative to the US Congress and is the first woman to ever hold this office. Also serves as Chair of the Puerto Rico Republican Party, and First Vice Chair of the local New Progressive Party, the standard bearer of Puerto Rico's statehood movement. She first entered public office at 25 years old as a state Representative in a 2002 special Election, becoming the youngest member of the Puerto Rico House of Representatives. She then quickly rose through the ranks becoming Chair of the powerful House Government Affairs Committee during her second term and, at just 33 years of age, Speaker of the House in her third term as a legislato

2023-01-25T01:33:04+00:00

Virginia Foxx

NC-05

Was the first in her family to graduate from high school; going on to earn her Doctorate in Education from UNC. Served in the North Carolina Senate from 1994–2004. Won her US House seat in 2004 with 59% of the vote. Previously served as Secretary of the House Conference and is currently the Chair of the House Education Committee.

2023-01-25T01:33:44+00:00

Claudia Tenney

NY-22

Served as a member of the New York State Assembly from 2011 until 2016 where she was consistently ranked as one of the state’s top conservative legislators. Was just one of two Republican women newly elected to the US House in 2016. Prior to entering politics, she was a lawyer, publisher and commentator.

2023-01-25T01:33:57+00:00

Elise Stefanik

NY-21

Served on the George W. Bush Administration’s Domestic Policy Council. Served as policy director for Tim Pawlenty’s 2012 presidential campaign, then managed Paul Ryan’s vice-presidential debate prep for 2012 General Election. Is the youngest woman to serve in the US House after being elected in 2014. Currently serves as Recruitment Chair for the National Republican Congressional Committee, the first woman to ever hold this post.

2023-01-25T01:34:08+00:00

Deb Fischer

Nebraska

Served in the Nebraska legislature from 2005-2013. Was a cattle rancher in Valentine, NE before running for Senate in 2012. Outside funds lifted now-Senator Fischer from third-place underdog to winning the muti-way primary in 2012 with 40% of the vote, making her a prime example for why VIEW PAC’s independent expenditure arm is vital to getting strong female members into the US House and US Senate.

2023-01-25T01:13:37+00:00

Vicky Hartzler

MO-SEN

Served in the Missouri House for 5 years after teaching home economics for 11 years. Appointed Chair of the Missouri Women’s Council by Gov. Matt Blunt. Elected to the House in 2010 after winning a nine-way primary with 40.46%. She went on to beat Ike Skelton, a 17-term Democrat incumbent, despite being outspent by almost 3 to 1.

2023-01-25T01:34:53+00:00

Joni Ernst

Iowa

Served in the Army and Army Reserves from 1993 - 2015, making her the first female Republican Veteran to serve in the US Senate. Was the only female running in a five-way primary and won with 56.12% of the vote. Became the first female to represent Iowa in the US House or US Senate when elected in 2014.

2023-01-25T01:35:03+00:00

Amata Radewagen

AS-al

Appointed in 2001 by President Bush as the White House Commissioner for Asian Americans and the Pacific Islanders; she was the only Pacific Islander on the 15-member commission. Ran for American Samoa’s at-large congressional district in 2014, beating the Democrat incumbent by 11 points. Is the Republican Party’s highest-ranking Asian Pacific federal office holder.