Current Numbers

 
This page contains current numbers of women officeholders serving in 2017 with links on the right to basic fact sheets for each level of office.
 
Federal Executive
7

Cabinet and cabinet-level positions
Fact sheet: Obama's Executive Appointments

U.S. Supreme Court
3
Congress
104
19.4% of 535 seats
78 D
 
 
U.S. Senate
21
21% of 100 seats
16 D
5 R
 
U.S. House
83
19.1% of 435 seats
62 D
 
 
Statewide Executive
75
24% of 312 seats

(total includes 5 governors, 14 lt. governors and 56 other statewide elected officials)
Fact Sheet: Women in Statewide Elective Executive Office 2017

32 D
42 R
 
 

1 non-partisan.

State Legislature
1,832
24.8% of 7383 seats
1107 D
703 R
 
 

13 nonpartisan, 4 Independent, 4 Progressive, 1 Working Families Party.

State Senate
442
22.4% of 1972 seats
253 D
175 R
 
 

13 nonpartisan, 1 Independent.

State House/Assembly
1,390
25.7% of 5411 seats
854 D
528 R
 
 

3 Independent, 4 Progressive, 1 Working Families Party.

Mayors - Cities over 30,000
262
18.8% of 1391 seats
262 Women
 
Mayors - 100 Largest Cities
19
19% of 100 seats

Fact sheet: Women Mayors in U.S. Cities 2016
*As of July 2016, from the U.S. Conference of Mayors

19 Women
 
 
Overview Fact Sheets (summary information for all levels of office)

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