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Women candidates and their campaigns: the latest info, trends and historical context.
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Native American Women in Elective Office
- Of the 98 women serving in the 113th Congress, none is Native American.
- Of the 75 women serving in statewide elective executive offices, two are Native American. See statewide office.
- Of the 1,784 (includes fact sheet addendum as of 4/25/13) women state legislators serving nationwide, 13 are Native American. In addition, one woman is a non-voting member in the Maine legislature. See state legislatures.
For more information on total numbers and percentages of women serving in various levels of office, click here.
|Theresa Becenti-Aguilar (D)
Public Regulation Commissioner
|Denise Juneau (D)
Superintent of Public Instruction
|AZ 027||Sally Gonzales (D)||St. Rep.|
|AZ 07||Jamesita Peshlakai (D)||St. Rep.|
|KS 103||Ponka-We Victors (D)||St. Rep.|
|MN 61B||Susan Allen (D)||St. Rep.|
|MT 021||Sharon Stewart-Peregoy (D)||St. Sen.|
|MT 015||Forrestina "Frosty" Calf Boss Ribs (D)||St. Rep.|
|MT 016||Lea Whitford (D)||St. Rep.|
|MT 032||Clarena Brockie (D)||St. Rep.|
|MT 042||Carolyn Pease-Lopez (D)||St. Rep.|
|NM 004||Sharon Clahchischilliage (R)||St. Rep.|
|NM 005||Sandra D. Jeff (D)||St. Rep.|
|NM 026||Georgene Louis (D)||St. Rep.|
|OK 042||Lisa J. Billy (R)||St. Rep.|
Madonna Soctomah* (I)
|* Soctomah is a non-voting member representing the Passamaquoddy Tribe.|