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Women in Elective Office 2015

Women in Elective Office 2015 U.S. House 84 (62D, 22R) U.S. Senate 20 (14D, 6R) 19.3% 120% Statewide Elected Executive Office 77 (34D, 42R) Lieutenant Governor 13 (5D, 8R) Attorney General 8 (6D, 2R) Governor 5 (2D, 3R) D000 Secretary of State 14 (7D, 7R) Maggie Hassan (D-NH) State Treasurer/Chief Financial Officer 7 (4D, 3R) sina Raimondo (D-RI) State Auditor 8 (4D, 4R) State Comptroller/Controller 2 (1D, 1R) Chief State Education Official 9 (3D, 5R, 1NP) Commissioner of Insurance 1D Nikki Haley (R-SC) Commissioner of Labor 1R Mary Fallin (R-OK) Corporation Commissioner 3R Susana Martinez (R-NM) Agriculture and Commerce Commissioner 1R Public Service Commissioner 3 (1D, 2R) Public Utlities Commissioner 1R Railroad Commissioner 1R State Legislatures 1,786 (1,072D, 701R, 9NP, 41) 1. Colorado 11. New Jersey 21. Massachusetts 41. Mississippi 42. Virginia 43. Kentucky 31. lowa 2. Vermont 12. Maine 21. Ohio 32. Michigan 3. Arizona 13. Connecticut 21. Wisconsin 24.2% State Legislative Seats 33. South Dakota 4. Minnesota 13. Hawaii 24. Kansas 34. Arkansas 44. Utah 5. Washington 15. New Hampshire 25. Florida 6. Nevada 34. Indiana 45. West Virginia 16. Alaska 25. Missouri 22.1% State Senate Seats 34. Техas 46. Alabama 7. Maryland 17. Idaho 27. Delaware 37. North Dakota 47. South Carolina 8. Montana 18. Rhode Island 28. New York 38. Nebraska 48. Wyoming 9. Illinois 29. Georgia 25.0% State House/Assembly Seats 19. New Mexico 39. Pennsylvania 49. Oklahoma 9. Oregon 20. California 29. North Carolina 40. Tennessee 50. Louisiana Trends in Women's Political Representation 50 45 40 35 30 25 20 15 10 71 73 75 77 79 81 83 85 87 89 91 93 95 97 99 01 03 05 07 09 11 12 13 14 15 Congress State Legislatures -Statewide Elected Executive Offices RUTGERS CENTER FOR AMERICAN WOMEN AND POLITICS www.cawp.rutgers.edu Percent of Women Officeholders

Women in Elective Office 2015

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The latest numbers of women in elective office in the United States. from Rutgers' Center for American Women and Politics (CAWP). Learn more at www.cawp.rutgers.edu.

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