Women in the United States Congress

96-833 GOV Women in the United States Congress Mildred L. Amer Specialist in American National Government Government Division A October 10, 1996 CRS WOMEN IN THE UNITED STATES CONGRESS There are a record 58 women serving in the 104th Congress, 49 in the House (33 Democrats and 16 Republicans) and nine in the Senate (five Democrats and four Republicans). The first woman elected to Congress was Jeanette Rankin (R-MT) on November 9, 1916. A total of 176 women have served in Congress, 112 Democrats and 64 Republicans. Of these, 152 have served only in the House, 20 have served only in the Senate, and four have served in both houses. These figures include one Delegate each from Hawaii and the District of Columbia. Of the 156 women who have served in the House, 32 were elected to fill vacancies caused by the death of their husbands. Fifteen of the 32 were subsequently elected to additional terms. Fifteen women have been elected to fill other vacancies. Of these, one woman was elected to fill the vacancy caused by the death of another woman. Of the 24 women who have served in the Senate, 11were first appointed and five were first elected to fill unexpired terms. Eight were chosen to fill vacancies caused by the death of their husbands. Of these, two were subsequentl~7elected to additional terms. There have been a total of 16 black women in Congress, including a record number in the 104th Congress, eleven in the House and one in the Senate. There have been two Asian-American women to serve, including one in the 104th Congress. Three Hispanic women have been elected to the House, all of whom are serving in the 104th Congress. Twelve women have chaired congressional committees, including three in the 104th Congress. This report revises an August 1995 CRS Report on Women in Congress and identifies the committee assignments, dates of service, and districts of the 176 women Members of Congress. CONTENTS INTRODUCTION ............................................ ALPHABETICAL LISTING 1 .................................... 5 TABLE 1. Women in Congress. 65th-104th Congress. by Congress . . . 53 TABLE 2. Women in Congress. 65th-104th Congresses. by State TABLE 3 . Number of Women in the U.S. Congress. 65th-104th Congresses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71 . . . . 66 The author notes with appreciation the contributions of Cynthia Miller of the office of the House Clerk and Lorraine Tong. Dolores Schofield. Linda J. Bailey. and Patricia Johns Grant of CRS in the production of this report . W O m N IN THE UNITED STATES CONGRESS INTRODUCTION There have been 176 women elected or appointed to the U.S. Congress. Jeanette Rankin (R-MT) has the distinction of being the first woman elected to serve in the Congress. On November 9, 1916, she was elected to the House of Representatives as Montana's Representative-at-Large to the 65th Congress (1917-19191.' Since that time, 175 other women have served in Congress. There are 58 women serving in the 104th Congress, a record number of 49 in the House (33 Democrats and 16 Republicansf and a record number of nine in the Senate (five Democrats and four Republicans). Of the 176 women who have served in Congress, 152 have served only in the House of Representatives, 20 have served only in the Senate, and four have served in both houses.' One hundred and twelve have been Democrats and 64 have been Republicans. Of the 156 women who have served in the House, 32 were elected to fill vacancies caused by the death of their husbands. Fifteen of the 32 were subsequently elected to additional terms. Fifteen women have been elected to fill other vacancies. Of these, one, Nancy Pelosi (D-CA), was elected to fill the vacancy caused by the death of another woman, Sala Burton (D-CAI. One woman, Emily Taft Douglas (D-IL), preceded her husband, Paul Douglas, in Congress. She served one term in the House (1945-1947) before he was elected to the Senate in 1948. Two women, including Susan Molinari (R-NYI, have married other Representatives serving a t the same time.3 Three other female Members, including Senator Olympia Snowe iR-ME), have been married to former Members whom they did not directly s ~ c c e e d . ~ '~e~resentative Rankin as well as Representative Patsy Mink (D-HI) are the only women Members to serve non-consecutiveterms. Ms. Rankin served from 1917-1919and from 1941-1943. She was also the only Member of Congress to vote against America's entry into both World Wars, Representative Mink served from 1965-1977. She is also a Member of the 104th Congress, having served since September 1990 when she was seated after a special election. These numbers also include one Delegate from Hawaii and one from the District of Columbia. 3~epresentative Molinari married Representative Bill Paxon (R-P*Yiin 1994. Representative Martha Keys (D-KS, 1975.1979) married Representative Andrew Jacobs (D-IN) in 1975. 4 ~ e n a t oSnowe r is married to former Representative John McKernan, Jr. (R-ME, 1983.1987). They were married after he left Congress and while he was the Governor of Maine. Former Representative Marjorie Margolies-Mezvinsky (D-PA) married former Representative Ed Mezvinsky (D-14.1 after he left Congress and before she was elected to Congress. Former Representative Katherine Langley (R-KY) was preceded in the House by her husband, former Representative John Langley (R-KY). Two women have been elected to complete the House terms of their fathers, Winnifred Mason Huck (R-IL) in 1922 and Susan Molinari in 1990. In addition, there have been eight other female Representatives whose fathers were Members of Congress. These include two current Members, Lucille Roybal-Allard (D-CAI, daughter of former Representative Edward Roybal (D-CAI, and Nancy Pelosi, daughter of former Representative Thomas D'Alesandro (D-MD).5 Four women Representatives had sons who served in Congress. Of those, only Frances Bolton (R-OH) served simultaneously with her son, Representative Oliver Bolton (R-OH). The others were Katharine Byron (D-MD), mother of former Representative Goodloe Byron (D-MD); Maude Kee (D-WV): mother of former Representative James Kee (D-EV); and Irene Baker (R-TN), stepmother of former Senator Howard Baker (R-TN). Moreover, three Congresswomen were granddaughters of former Members. There were Frances Bolton, granddaughter of Representative and Senator Henry Payne (D-OH); Katharine Byron, granddaughter of Representative Louis McComas (R-MD); and Louisa Reece (R-TN), granddaughter of Representative and Senator Nathan Goff (R-WV). Edith Nourse Rogers (R-MA) holds the record for longevity of service by a woman in the House (35 years). She was elected to fill the vacancy caused by the death of her husband and served from June 25, 1925? until her death on September 10, 1960. Rebecca Latimer Felton (D-GA) was the first woman to serve in the Senate. She was appointed in 1922 to fill the unexpired term of a Senator who had died in office. In addition to being the first woman Senator, Ms. Felton holds two other Senate records. Her tenure in the Senate remains the shortest ever (one day), and at the age of 87, she was the oldest person ever to begin Senate service. In addition to Ms. Felton, 23 other women, including nine in the 104th Congress, have served in the Senate. Of these, 11were first appointed and five, including Dianne Feinstein (D-CA), elected in 1992, and Kay Bailey Hutchison (R-TX), elected in 1993, were first elected to fill unexpired terms. Eight of the women were chosen to fill vacancies caused by the death of their husband^.^ Of these, two were subsequently elected to additional terms. Nancy Landon Kassebaum (R-KS, 1979-present) was the first of the four women elected to the Senate without being elected first to the House of Representatives or having been elected or appointed to fill an unexpired Senate 5The others were Katherine Langley (R-KY), Ruth McCormick (R-IL), Ruth Owen (D-FL), Louisa Reece (R-TN), Elizabeth Patterson (D-SC), and Clare Boothe Luce (R-CT), who was the stepdaughter of a former Member. h o t h e r woman, Elaine Edwards (D-LA) w a appointed ~ in 1972 by her husband, thenGovernor Edain Edwards, to fill the vacancy caused by the death of Senator Mien Ellender. term. The others are Patty Murray (D-WA) and Carol Moseley-Braun (D-IL): both first elected in 1992 and Paula Hawkins (R-FL, 1981-1987). Margaret Chase Smith (R-ME) was the first woman to serve in both houses of Congress as well as the first woman elected to the Senate without first having been elected or appointed to fill a vacant Senate seat. Senator Smith was first elected to the House to fill the vacancy caused by the death of her husband and served from June 10, 1940, until January 3, 1949, when she began her Senate service. When she left the Senate on January 3, 1973, she had served there longer than any other woman (24 years). Barbara MikuIski (D-MD), Barbara Boxer (D-CAI, and Olympia Snowe are the only other women to have served in both houses. Senator Mikulski was a Member of the House of Representatives from 1977 to 1987, Senator Boxer from 1983 to 1993, and Senator Snowe from 1979-1995. They were all elected to the Senate while serving in the House and are all Members of the 104th Congress. For the first time the Senators from two states (California and Kansas) are women. Barbara Boxer and Dianne Feinstein represent California. Nancy Landon Kassebaum and Sheila Frahm represent Kansas. Ms. Frahm, a Republican, was appointed in June 1996 to replace Robert Dole, but has not been renominated. Hattie Caraway (D-AR) was the first of the eleven women who have been elected to full six-year Senate terms. She was first appointed in 1931 to fill the vacancy caused by the death of her husband and was subsequently elected to her own terms. She served until January 1945. The other women elected to six-year terms include Senators Boxer, Hutchison, Kassebaum, Mikulski, Moseley-Braun Murray, Snowe, Smith. Hawkins. and Maurine Neuberger (D-OR). There are a record number of black women serving in the 104th Congress, eleven in the House and one in the Senate. In addition, Senator Moseley-Braun is the first black woman and black Democrat to serve in the Senate. A total of 16 black women have served in Congress, the first one being Representative Shirley Chisholm (D-NY, 1969-1983). Senator Moseley-Braun and other Members of the 104th Congress include Cardiss Collins (D-IL),Maxine Waters (D-CA), Barbara-Rose Collins (D-MI), Eleanor Holmes Norton (D-DC), Carrie Meek (D-FL), Corinne Brown (D-FL), Cynthia McKinney (D-FL), Eva Clayton (D-NC), Eddie Bernice Johnson (D-TX),Sheila Jackson Lee (D-TX), and Juanita Millender-McDonald (D-CA). Other former Members are Yvonne Braithwaite Burke (D-CA), Katie Hall (D-IN), and Barbara Jordan (D-TX). Patsy Mink (D-HI) is the first of two Asian-PacificAmerican women to have served in Congress. A Member of the 104th Congress, Representative Mink first served in the House from 1965 to 1977. Her present service began in 1990. The other Asian-Pacific American woman was Patricia Saiki (R-HI) who served in the House from 1987 to 1991. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen (R-FL), elected i n 1989, is t h e first o f t h e three Hispanic women to serve in the Congress as well as t h e first Cuban-American t o serve in Congress. Nydia Velazquez (D-NY),elected in 1992, is the first Puerto Rican woman to serve i n Congress, and Lucille Roybal-Allard, also elected in 1992, is the first Mexican-American woman t o serve. All are Members o f the House i n the 104th Congress. Twelve women have chaired congressional committees. Three are currently serving as committee chairs in the 104th Congress: Nancy Landon Kassebaum, chair o f the Senate Labor and Human Resources Committee, Jan Meyers (R-KS), chair o f the House Small Business Committee, and Nancy Johnson (R-CT).chair o f the House Committee on Standards o f Official Conduct. Patricia Schroeder (D-CO), also a Member o f the 104th Congress, chaired the House Select Committee o n Children, Youth, and Families in the 102nd Congress. Others who have chaired committees include former Senator Caraway, and former Representatives Burke, Rogers, Martha W . Griffiths(D-MI),Mae Ella Nolan (RCAI, Mary T . Norton, (D-NJ),Caroline L. O'Day (D-NY),and Leonor K. Sullivan (D-MO). This report provides information o n female Members o f Congress including the dates t h e y were first elected, the Congresses i n which they served, the committees on which they served and an indication, where relevant, of the committees female Members have chaired. Most o f the data presented is from the Biographical Directory of the American Congress, 1774-1989, various editions o f the Congressional Directory, and a broad range o f Congressional Quarterly publications. Information on the women in the 104th Congress was obtained from various editions o f the Congressional Record, Congressional Quarterly Weekly Reports, and Congressional Yellowbook, Spring 1995,published by Leadership Directories, Inc. Committee assignments for the 104th Congress were obtained fromPlayers, Politics, and Turf of the 104th Congress, by Congressional Quarterly Inc.; List of Standing Committees and Select Committees and Their Subcommittees of the House of Representatives Together with the Joint Committees of the Congress, One Hundred Fourth Congress, prepared under the direction of Robin Carle, Clerk o f the House of Representatives, February 16,1995; and The Senate of the United States Committee and Subcommittee Assignments For the One Hundred and Fourth Congress, prepared under t h e direction o f Sheila Burke, Secretary o f the Senate, February 27, 1995, and calls t o Members' offices. Note that House committee assignments for the 104th Congress reflect name changes o f various House committees. ALPHABETICAL LISTING ABEL, HAZEL HEMPEL. Republican; Nebraska, Senator. Elected to the 83rd Congress, November 2, 1954, to fill the vacancy caused by the death of Senator Dwight P. Griswold and filled in the interim by Eva Bowring; sworn in and seated November 8, 1954; resigned December 31, 1954. Committee Assignments Congress S. Finance S. Interstate and Foreign Commerce 83rd 83rd ABZUG, BELLA S. Democrat; New York, 19th Congressional District (92nd Congress) and 20th Congressional District (93rd-94th Congresses). Elected to the 92nd Congress November 3,1970; sworn in and seated January 21, 1971; reelected to the 93rd-94th Congresses; term expired January 3,1977. Committee Assignments Congress H. Government Operations H. Public Works ALLEN, MARYON PITTMAN. Democrat; Alabama, Senator. Appointed to the 95th Congress June 8, 1978, to fill the vacancy caused by the death of her husband James B. Allen; sworn i n and seated June 12, 1978; term expired January 3, 1979. Committee Assignments Congress S. Agriculture, Nutrition, and Forestry S. Judiciary 95th 95th Before the adoption of the Twentieth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, effective October 15, 1933, the terms of Representatives and Senators began on March 4th, in conformance with a resolution of the Continental Congress implementing the Constitution (adopted September 13, 1788). The Twentieth Amendment provides inter alia that the terms of Representatives and Senators shall commence a t noon on January 3, in the year following their election The first Congress affected by the Twentieth Amendment was the 74th (1935-1937). However, Congress sometimes sets a date other than January 3 for commencement of a new Congress; thus, in this report dates sworn in are sonletimes later than January 3 for a Member elected in the general election. In addition, Members elected to fill a vacancy are sworn in and commence their terms as soon as is possible, as do Senators appointed to fill a vacancy. ANDREWS, ELXZABETH B. Democrat; Alabama, 3rd Congressional District. Elected to the 92nd Congress in a special election held April 4,1972, to fill the vacancy caused by the death of her husband, George W. Andrews; sworn in and seated April 10, 1972; term expired January 3, 1973. Committee Assignments Conmess H. Post Office and Civil Service 92nd ASHBROOK, JEAN. Republican; Ohio, 17th Congressional District. Elected to the 97th Congress in a special election held June 29, 1982, to fill the vacancy caused by the death of her husband, John Milan Ashbrook; sworn in and seated July 12, 1982; term expired January 3, 1983. Committee Assignments Congress H. Merchant Marine and Fisheries 97th BAKER, IRENE BAILEY. Republican; Tennessee, 2nd Congressional District. Elected to the 88th Congress in a special election held March 10, 1964, to fill the vacancy caused by the death of her husband, Howard H. Baker, Sr.; sworn in and seated March lo1 1964; term expired January 3, 1965. Committee Assignments Congress H. Government. Operations 88th BENTLEY, HELEN DELICH. Republican; Maryland, 2nd Congressional District. Elected to the 99th Congress November 6, 1984; sworn i n and seated January 3, 1985; reelected to the 100th-103rd Congresses; term expired January 3: 1995. Committee Assignments H. Merchant Marine and Fisheries H. Public Works and Transportation H, Select Aging H. Budget H. Appropriations Conaess BLITCH, IRIS FAIRCLOTH. Democrat; Georgia, 8th Congressional District. Elected to the 84th Congress November 2, 1954; sworn in and seated January 5, 1955; reelected to the 85th-87th Congresses; term expired January 3, 1963. Committee Assignments Congress H. Public Works 84th-87th BOGGS, CORINNE C. (LINDY). Democrat; Louisiana, 2nd Congressional District. Elected to the 93rd Congress in a special election held March 20, 1973, to fill the vacancy caused by the death of her husband, Thomas Hale Boggs, Sr.; sworn in and seated March 27,1973; reelected to the 94th-101st Congresses; term expired January 3, 1991. Committee Assignments Congress H. Banking and Currency H. Banking. Currency and Housing H. House Administration H. Appropriations H. Select Children, Youth, and Families Jt. Committee on Bicentennial Arrangements (Committee Chair) Commission of the Bicentenary of the U.S. House (Chair) 93rd 94th 94th 95th-101st 99th-101st 94th 99th-100th BOLAND, VERONICA GRACE. Democrat; Pennsylvania, 11th Congressional District. Elected to the 77th Congress, to fill the vacancy caused by the death of her husband, Patrick J . Boland, sworn in and seated November 19, 1942; term expired January 3, 1943. Committee Assignments Congress None listed 77th BOLTON, FRANCES PAYNE. Republican; Ohio, 22nd Congressional District. Elected to the 76th Congress in a special election held February 27, 1940, to fill the vacancy caused by the death of her husband, Chester C. Bolton; sworn in and seated March 5,1940; reelected to the 77th-90th Congresses; term expired January 3, 1969. Committee Assimments Conmess H. Election of President, Vice President, and Representatives in Congress 76th BOLTON, FRANCES PAYNE-Continued H. Expenditures in Executive Departments H. Foreign Affairs 76th 77th-90th BOSONE, REVA ZILPHA BECK. Democrat; Utah, 2nd Congressional District. Elected to the 81st Congress November 2, 1948; sworn in and seated January 3, 1949; reelected to the 82nd Congress; term expired January 3, 1953. Committee Assignments Congress H. Public Lands H. Administration H. Interior and Insular Affairs BOWRING, EVA m L L Y . Republican; Nebraska, Senator. Appointed to the 83rd Congress April 16, 1954, to fill the vacancy caused by the death of Senator Dwight P. Griswold; sworn in and seated April 16, 1954; term expired November 8: 1954, after a n election was held to fill Griswold's unexpired term. Committee Assimments Congress S. Interstate and Foreign Commerce S. Labor and Public Welfare S. Post Office and Civil Service BOXER, BARBARA. Democrat; California, 6th Congressional District. Elected to the 98th Congress November 2, 1982; sworn in and seated January 3: 1983; reelected to the 99th-102nd Congresses. Ms. Boxer was subsequently elected to the Senate on November 3, 1992; sworn in and seated January 5, 1993. Served as one of the Deputy Majority Whips in the 103rd Congress. Committee Assimments H. Merchant Marine and Fisheries H. Government Operations H. Budget H. Select Children, Youth, and Families H. Armed Services S. Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs S. Budget S. Environment and Public Works Conmess BROWN, CORRINE. Democrat; Florida: 3rd Congressional District. Elected to the 103rd Congress November 3, 1992; sworn in and seated January 5, 1993; reelected to the 104th Congress. Committee Assienments Conpress H. Government Operations H. Public Works and Transportation H. Veterans' Affairs H. Transportation and Infrastructure 103rd 103rd 103rd-104th 104th BUCHANAV, VERA DAERR, Democrat; Pennsylvania, 30th Congressional District. Elected to the 82nd Congress in a special election held July 24, 1951, to fill the vacancy caused by the death of her husband, Frank Buchanan; sworn in and seated August 1,1951; reelected to the 83rd-84th Congresses; died i n office November 26, 1955. Committee Assimments Congress H. Merchant Marine and Fisheries H. Veterans' Affairs H. Public Works H. Banking and Currency 82nd, 1st Sess. 82nd, 1st Sess. 82nd, 2nd Sess.-83rd 84th BURDICK, JOCELYN BIRCH. Democrat; North Dakota, Senator. Appointed to the 102nd Congress September 12, 1992, to fill the vacancy caused by the death of her husband Quentin Burdick; sworn in and seated September 16, 1992; term expired December 4, 1992. Committee Assignments Congress S. Environment and Public Works 102nd BURKE, YVONNE BRATHWAITE. Democrat; California, 37th Congressional District. Elected to the 93rd Congress November 7, 1972; sworn in and seated January 3, 1973; reelected to the 94th-95th Congresses; term expired January 3, 1979. Committee Assienments Congress H. Interior and Insular Affairs H. Appropriations H. Select Committee on the House Beauty Shop (Committee Chair) 93rd 94th-95th 94th-95th BURTON, SALA. Democrat; California, 5th Congressional District. Elected to the 98th Congress in a special election held June 21, 1983, to fill the vacancy caused by the death of her husband, Phillip Burton; sworn in and seated June 28,1983; reelected to the 99th-100th Congresses; died in office on February 1, 1987. Committee Assimments Congress H. Education and Labor H. Interior and Insular Affairs H. Select Committee on Hunger H. Rules Republican; South Dakota, Senator. BUSHFIELD, VERA C A l H U N . Appointed to the 80th Congress October 6, 1948, to fill the vacancy caused by the death of her husband, Harlan J. Bushfield; resigned December 26, 1948. Committee Assignments Coneress None listed 80th BYRNE, LESLIE. Democrat; Virginia, 11th Congressional District. Elected to the 103rd Congress November 3, 1992; sworn in and seated January 5, 1993; term expired January 3, 1995. Committee Assimments Conmess H. Post Office and Civil Service H. Public Works and Transportation 103rd 103rd BYRON, BEVERLY BARTON BUTCHER. Democrat; Maryland, 6th Congressional District. Elected to the 96th Congress November 7,1978, to fill the vacancy caused by the death of her husband, Goodloe E. Byron; sworn in and seated January 15, 1979; reelected to the 97th-102nd Congresses; term expired January 3, 1993. Committee Assignments H. Armed Services H. Select Committee on Aging H. Interior and Insular Affairs Congress BYRON, KATIIARINE EDGAR. Democrat; Maryland, 6th Congressional District. Elected to the 77th Congress in a special election held May 27, 1941. to fill the vacancy caused by the death of her husband, William Devereux Byron; sworn in and seated June 11,1941; term expired January 3, 1943. Committee Assignments Conmess H. Civil Service H. War Claims CANTWELL, MARIA. Democrat; Washington, 1st Congressional District. Elected to the 103rd Congress November 3, 1992; sworn in and seated January 5, 1993; term expired January 3, 1995. Committee Assignments Conmess H. Foreign Affairs H. Merchant Marine and Fisheries H. Public Works and Transportation 103rd 103rd 103rd CARAWAY, HATTIE WYATT. Democrat; Arkansas, Senator. Appointed to the 72nd Congress November 13,1931,and elected January 12,1932,to fill the vacancy caused by the death of her husband, Thaddeus H. Caraway; sworn in and seated December 8, 1931; reelected to two full Senate terms; term expired January 3, 1945. Committee Assignments Conmess S. Agriculture and Forestry S. Commerce S. Enrolled Bills (Committee Chair, 73rd-78th) S. Library 72nd-78th 72nd-78th 72nd-78th 72nd-78th CHENOWETH, HELEN. Republican; Idaho, 1st Congressional District. Elected to the 104th Congress November 8, 1994; sworn in and seated January 4, 1995. Committee Assimments H. Agriculture H. Resources Congress Democrat; New York, 12th Congressional CHISHOLM, SHIRLEY District. Elected to the 91st Congress November 5, 1968; sworn in and seated January 3, 1969; reelected to the 92nd-97th Congresses; term expired January 3, 1983. She also served as Secretary to the Democratic Caucus. Committee Assignments Congress H. Veterans' Affairs H. Education and Labor H. Rules CHURCH, MARGUERITE STITT. Republican; Illinois, 13th Congressional District. Elected to the 82nd Congress November 8! 1950; sworn in and seated January 3, 1951; reelected to the 83rd-87th Congresses; term expired January 3, 1963. Committee Assignments Congress H. Expenditures in Executive Departments H. Government Operations H. Foreign Affairs 82nd 83rd 83rd-87th CLARKE, MARIAN WILLIAMS. Republican; New York, 34th Congressional District. Elected to the 73rd Congress in a special election held December 28, 1933, to fill the vacancy caused by the death of her husband, John Davenport Clarke; sworn in and seated January 3, 1934; term expired January 3, 1935. Committee Assignments Congress H. Civil Service H. Claims H. Invalid Pensions CLAYTON, EVA. Democrat; North Carolina, 1st Congressional District. Elected to the 102nd Congress November 3, 1992, to fill the vacancy caused by the death of Walter Jones and elected to the 103rd Congress a t the same time; took office on November 5, 1992; reelected to the 104th Congress. Serves as a Co-Chair of the House Democratic Policy Committee in the 104th Congress. Committee Assignments H. Agriculture H. Small Business COLLIES, BARBARA-ROSE. Democrat; Michigan, 13th Congressional District (102nd Congress) and 15th Congressional District (103rd-104th Congresses). Elected to the 102nd Congress November 7, 1990; sworn in and seated January 3, 1991; reelected to the 103rd-104th Congresses. H. Public Works and Transportation H. Science, Space and Technology H. Government Operations H. Post Office and Civil Service H. Government Reform and Oversight H. Transportation and Infrastructure 102nd-103rd 102nd 103rd 103rd 104th 104th COLLINS, CARDISS. Democrat; Illinois, 7th Congressional District. Elected to the 93rd Congress in a special election held June 5, 1973, to fill the vacancy caused by the death of her husband, George W. Collins; sworn in and seated June 7, 1973; reelected to the 94th-104th Congresses. First woman Chair of the Congressional Black Caucus, 96th Congress. Committee Assignments Conmess H. Government Operations H. International Relations H. Foreign Affairs H. Select Committee on Narcotics Abuse and Control H. Energy and Commerce H. Government Reform and Oversight 93rd-103rd 94th-95th 96th 96th-102nd 97th-103rd 104th CUBIN, BARBARA. Republican; Wyoming, Congresswoman-at-large. Elected to the 104th Congress November 8, 1994; sworn in and seated January 4, 1995. Serves as a House Deputy Majority Whip in the 104th Congress. Committee Assienments Congress H. Resources H. Science DANNER, PAT. Democrat; Missouri, 6th Congressional District. Elected to the 103rd Congress November 3, 1992; sworn in and seated January 5, 1993; reelected to the 104th Congress. DANNER, PAT-Continued Committee Assignments Conmess H. Public Works and Transportation H. Small Business H. Transportation and Infrastructure DELAURO, ROSA. Democrat; Connecticut, 3rd Congressional District. Elected to the 102nd Congress November 6, 1990; sworn in and seated January 3, 1991; reelected to the 103rd-104th Congresses. Serves as a House Chief Deputy Minority Whip in the 104th Congress. Committee Assignments Conmess H. Government Operations H. Public Works and Transportation H. Select Committee on Aging H. Appropriations H. National Security 102nd 102nd 102nd 103rd 104th DOUGLAS, EMILY TAFT. Democrat; Illinois, Congresswoman-at-large. Elected to the 79th Congress November 7, 1944; sworn in and seated January 3: 1945; term expired January 3, 1947. Committee Assignments Congress H. Foreign Affairs 79th DOUGLAS, HELEN GAHAGAN. Democrat; California, 14th Congressional District. Elected to the 79th Congress November 7, 1944; sworn in and seated January 3,1945; reelected to the 80th-81st Congresses; term expired January 3, 1951. Committee Assignments Conmess H. Foreign Affairs 79th-81st DUNN, JEhWIFER. Republican; Washington, 8th Congressional District. Elected to the 103rd Congress November 3, 1992; sworn in and seated January 5: 1993; reelected to the 104th Congress. DUNN, JENNIFER-Continued Committee Assimments Conpress H. Administration H. Public Works and Transportation H. Science, Space, and Technology Jt. Committee on Congressional Operations H. Ways and Means H. Oversight 103rd 103rd 103rd 103rd 104th 104th DWYER, FLORENCE PRICE. Republican; New Jersey, 6th Congressional District (85th-89th Congresses)and 12th Congressional District (90th-92nd Congresses). Elected to the 85th Congress November 6,1956; sworn in and seated January 3, 1957; reelected to the 86th-92nd Congresses; term expired January 3, 1973. Committee Assiwments Conmess H. Government Operations H. Veterans' Affairs H. Banking and Currency EDWARDS, ELAINE. Democrat; Louisiana, Senator. Appointed to the 92nd Congress August 1,1972, by her husband, Governor Edwin L. Edwards, to fill the vacancy caused by the death of Senator Allen J. Ellender; sworn in and seated August 7, 1972; term expired January 3, 1973. Committee Assignments S. Agriculture and Forestq S. Public Works ENGLISH, KARAN. Democrat; Arizona, 6th Congressional District. Elected t o the 103rd Congress November 3, 1992; sworn in and seated January 5, 1993; term expired January 3, 1995. Committee Assignments Congress H. Education and Labor H. Natural Resources ESHOO, ANNA. Democrat; California, 14th Congressional District. Elected to the 103rd Congress fiovember 3, 1992; sworn in and seated January 5, 1993; reelected to the 104th Congress. ESHOO, ANNA-Continued Committee Assienments Conmess H. Merchant Marine and Fisheries H. Science, Space, and Technology H. Commerce 103rd 103rd 104th ESLICK, WnLA McCORD B m . Democrat; Tennessee, 7th Congressional District. Elected to the 72nd Congress in a special election held August 4, 1932, to fill the vacancy caused by the death of her husband, Edward E. Eslick; sworn in and seated December 5,1932; term expired March 3,1933. Committee Assimments Congress H. Public Buildings and Grounds H. World War Veterans Legislation 72nd 72nd FARRINGTON, MARY ELIZABETH PRUETT. Republican; Delegate from Hawaii. Elected to the 83rd Congress in a special election held July 31, 1954, to fill the vacancy caused by the death of her husband, Joseph R. Farrington; sworn in and seated August 4, 1954; reelected to the 84th Congress; term expired January 3, 1957. Committee Assimments Conmess H. Agriculture H. Armed Services H. Interior and Insular Affairs FEINSTEIN, DIANNE. Democrat; California, Senator. Elected to the 102nd Congress November 3, 1992, to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of Pete Wilson to be Governor of California; sworn in November 10, 1992. Subsequently, elected to her own six year term on November 8, 1992. Committee Assignments S. Appropriations S. Judiciary S. Rules and Administration S. Foreign Relations Congress FELTON, REBECCA LATIMER. Democrat; Georgia, Senator. Appointed to the 67th Congress on October 3, 1922, to fill the vacancy caused by the death of Thomas E. Watson; sworn in and seated November 21,1922; gave up her seat when the elected candidate for the vacancy, Walter George, was seated November 22,1922. Committee Assignments Congress None listed 67th FENWICK, MILLICENT. Republican; New Jersey, 5th Congressional District. Elected to the 94th Congress November 5, 1974; sworn in and seated January 14, 1975; reelected to the 95th-97th Congresses; term expired January 3,1983. Committee Assignments Conness H. Banking, Currency, and Housing H. Small Business H. Banking, Finance, and Urban Affairs H. Standards of Offlcial Conduct H. District of Columbia H. International Relations H. Education and Labor H. Foreign Affairs H. SeIect Committee on Aging FERRARO, GERALDINE ANN. Democrat; New York, 9th Congressional District. Elected to the 96th Congress November 7, 1978; sworn in and seated January 15, 1979; reelected to the 97th-98th Congresses; term expired January 3, 1985. She was the first woman nominated by a major political party for Vice President and was on the Democratic ticket in 1984 with Walter Mondale. She was also elected Secretary of the House Democratic Caucus in the 97th and 98th Congresses. Committee Assignments Conmess H. Post Office and Civil Service H. Public Works and Transportation H. Select Committee on Aging H. Budget 96th-97th 96th-98th 96th-97th 98th FIEDLER, BOBBI. Republican; California, 21st Congressional District. Elected to the 97th Congress November 4, 1980; sworn in and seated January 5: 1981; reelected to the 98th-99th Congresses; term expired January 3, 1987. Committee Assignments Coneress H. Budget Jt. Economic FOWLER, TILLIE. Republican; Florida, 4th Congressional District. Elected to the 103rd Congress November 3, 1992; sworn in and seated January 5 , 1993; reelected to the 104th Congress. Serves as a House Deputy Majority Whip in the 104th Congress. Committee Assignments Congress H. Armed Services H. Merchant Marine and Fisheries National Security Transportation and Infrastructure 103rd 103rd 104th 104th FRAHM, SHEILA. Republican; Kansas, Senator. Appointed to the 104th Congress May 24, 1996, to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of Robert Dole; sworn in and seated June 11,1996; defeated for nomination to the Senate in August 1996; term will expire January 3, 1997. Committee Assignments Congress Armed Services Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs 104th 104th FULMER, WILLA LYBRAND. Democrat; South Carolina, 2nd Congressional District. Elected to the 78th Congress November 7, 1944, to fill the vacancy caused by the death of her husband, Hampton P. Fulmer; sworn in and seated November 6, 1944; term expired January 3, 1945. Committee Assimments Congress None listed 78th FURSE, ELIZABETH. Democrat; Oregon, 1st Congressional District. Elected to the 103rd Congress November 3, 1992; sworn in and seated January 5 , 1993; reelected to the 104th Congress. FURSE, ELIZABETH-Continued Committee Assignments Congress H. Armed Services H. Banking, Finance, and Urban Affairs H. Merchant Marine and Fisheries H. Commerce 103rd 103rd 103rd 104th GASQUE, ELIZABETH HAWLEY. Democrat; South Carolina, 6th Congressional District. Elected to the 75th Congress in a special election held September 13, 1938, to fill the vacancy caused by the death of her husband, Allard H. Gasque; never sworn in or seated as Congress was not in session between the time of her election and the expiration of her term; term expired January 3, 1939. Committee Assignments Congress None listed, never sworn in 76th GIBBS, FLORENCE REVILLE. Democrat; Georgia, 8th Congressional District. Elected t o the 76th Congress in a special election held October I, 1940, to fill the vacancy caused by the death of her husband, Benjamin Gibbs; sworn in and seated October 3, 1940; term expired January 3,1941. Committee Assignments Congress None listed 76th GRANAHAN, KATHRYN ELIZABETH. Democrat; Pennsylvania, 2nd Congressional District. Elected to the 84th Congress in a special election held November 6, 1956, to fill the vacancy caused by the death of her husband, William T. Granahan and to a full two-year term in the 85th Congress; the 84th Congress was not in session between the time of her election and the expiration of the term; sworn in and seated January 3, 1957; reelected to the 86th-87th Congresses; term expired January 3,1963. Committee Assignments H. District of Columbia H. Post Office and Civil Service H. Government Operations Coneress GRASSO, ELLA T. Democrat; Connecticut, 6th Congressional District. Elected to the 92nd Congress November 3, 1970; sworn in and seated January 21, 1971; reelected to the 93rd Congress; term expired January 3, 1975. Elected Governor of Connecticut in 1974 and 1978. Committee Assienments Coneress H. Education and Labor H. Veterans' Affairs GRAVES, DIXIE BIBB. Democrat; Alabama, Senator, Appointed to the 75th Congress August 18, 1937, to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of Hugo L. Black; sworn in and seated August 20,1937; resigned January 10, 1938. Committee Assignments Conmess S. Claims S. Education and Labor S. Mines and Mining GREEN, EDITH. Democrat; Oregon, 3rd Congressional District. Elected to the 84th Congress November 2,1954; sworn in and seated January 5,1955; reelected to the 85th-93rd Congresses; term expired January 3, 1975. Committee Assimments Coneress H. Education and Labor H. Interior and Insular Affairs Jt. Committee on Disposition of Executive Papers H. House Administration H. Merchant Marine and Fisheries H. Select Committee on the House Beauty Shop H. District of Columbia H. Appropriations 85th 86th-87th 88th-90th 90th-93rd 92nd, 2nd Sess. 93rd GREENWAY, ISABELLA SELMES. Democrat; Arizona, Congresswoman-atlarge. Elected to the 73rd Congress in a special election held October 3, 1933, to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of Lewis W. Douglas; sworn in and seated January 3, 1934; reelected to the 74th Congress; term expired January 3, 1937. GREENWAY, ISABELLA SELMES-Continued Committee Assignments None listed H. Indian Affairs H. Irrigation and Reclamation H. Public Lands GRIFFITHS, MARTHA WRIGHT. Democrat; Michigan, 17th Congressional District. Elected to the 84th Congress November 2, 1954; sworn in and seated January 5, 1955; reelected to the 85th-93rd Congresses; term expired January 3,1975. Elected Lieutenant Governor of Michigan in 1982 and 1986. Committee Assimments Congress H. Banking and Currency H. Government Operations Jt. Economic H. Ways and Means H. Select Committee on the House Beauty Shop, (Committee Chair) H. Select Committee on Crime 84th-87th 84th-87th 87th-92nd 88th-92nd 90th-93rd 91st HALL, KATIE. Democrat; Indiana, 1st Congressional District. Elected to the 97th Congress in a special election held November 2, 1982, to fill the vacancy caused by the death of Adam Benjamin, Jr., sworn in and seated November 29, 1982; reelected to the 98th Congress; term expired January 3, 1985. Committee Assignments Conmess None H. Post Office and Civil Service H. Public Works and Transportation HANSEN, JULIA BUTLER. Democrat; Washington, 3rd Congressional District. Elected to the 86th Congress November 8, 1960, to fill the vacancy caused by the death of Russell V. Mack and also elected to the 87th Congress; the 86th Congress was not in session between the time of her election and the expiration of the term; sworn in and seated January 3, 1961; reelected to the 88th-93rd Congresses; term expired January 3, 1975. HANSEN, JULIA BUTLER-Continued Committee Assignments H. Veterans' Affairs H. Education and Labor H. Interior and Insular Affairs H. Appropriations HARDEN, CECIL MURRAY. Republican; Indiana, 6th Congressional District. Elected to the 81st Congress November 2, 1948; sworn in and seated January 3, 1949; reelected to the 82nd-85th Congresses; term expired January 3, 1959. Committee Assignments Coneress H. Veterans' Affairs H. Expenditures in Executive Departments H. Government Operations H. Post Office and Civil Service 81st 82nd 83rd-85th 83rd-85th HARMAN, JANE. Democrat; California, 36th Congressional District. Elected to the 103rd Congress November 3, 1992; sworn in and seated January 5, 1993; reelected to the 104th Congress. Committee Assignments Coneress H. Armed Services H. Science, Space, and Technology H. National Security H. Science H. Select Intelligence TffAWKINS, PAULA. Republican; Florida, Senator. Elected t o the Senate on November 4,1980; sworn in and seated January 5, 1981; term expired on January 3, 1987. Committee Assignments Coneress S. Agriculture, Nutrition, and Forestry S. Labor and Human Resources Jt. Economic 97th-99th 97th-99th 97th %presentative March 6, 1961. Hansen served on the Veterans' Affairs Committee from Feb. 6, 1961, to S. Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs S. Foreign Relations S. Special Aging 98th 98th 99th HECKLER, MARGARET M. Republican; Massachusetts, 19th Congressional District. Elected to the 90th Congress November 8, 1966; sworn in and seated January 10, 1967; reelected to the 91st-97th Congresses; term expired January 3, 1983. Secretary of Health and Human Services 19831985, U.S. Ambassador to Ireland 1985-1989. Committee Assignments Congress H. Government Operations H. Veterans' Affairs H. Banking and Currency H. Select Committee on the House Beauty Shop H. Agriculture J t . Economic H. Select Committee on Ethics H. Science and Technology HICKS, LOUISE DAY. Democrat; Massachusetts, 9th Congressional District. Elected to the 92nd Congress November 3, 1970; sworn in and seated January 21,1971; term expired January 3,1973. Committee Assignments Congress H. Education and Labor H. Veterans' Affairs HOLT, MARJORIE S. Republican; Maryland, 4th Congressional District. Elected to the 93rd Congress November 7, 1972; sworn in and seated January 3, 1973; reelected to the 94th-99th Congresses; term expired on January 3, 1987. Committee Assignments H. Armed Services H. Administration H. Budget H. Select Committee on Aging J t . Economic H. District of Columbia Congress HOLTZMAN, ELIZABETH. Democrat; New York, 16th Congressional District. Elected to the 93rd Congress November 7, 1972; sworn in and seated January 3, 1973; reelected to the 94th-96th Congresses; term expired January 3, 1981. Committee A s s i m e n t s Conmess H. Judiciary H. Budget HONEYMAN, NAN WOOD. Democrat; Oregon, 3rd Congressional District. Elected to the 75th Congress November 3, 1936; sworn in and seated January 5, 1937; term expired January 3, 1939. Committee Assignments Conmess H. Indian Affairs H. Irrigation and Reclamation H. Rivers and Harbors HORN, JOAN KELLY. Democrat; Missouri, 2nd Congressional District. Elected to the 102nd Congress November 6, 1990; sworn in and seated January 3, 1991; term expired January 3, 1993. Committee Assignments Coneress H. Public Works and Transportation H. Science, Space, and Technology H. Select Children, Youth, and Family 102nd 102nd 102nd HUCK, WINNIFRED SPRAGUE MASON. Republican; Illinois, Congresswoman-at-large. Elected to the 67th Congress in a special election held November 7, 1922, to fill the vacancy caused by the death of her father, William E. Mason; sworn in and seated November 20, 1922; term expired March 3, 1923. Committee Assignments H. Expenditures in the Department of Commerce H. Reform in the Civil Service H. Woman Suffrage Congress HUMPHREY, MURIEL BUCK. Democrat; Minnesota, Senator. Appointed to the 95th Congress January 25, 1978, to fill the vacancy caused by the death of her husband Hubert H. Humphrey; sworn in and seated February 6, 1978; term expired January 3, 1979. Committee Assimments Congress S. Foreign Relations S. Governmental Affairs HUTCHISON, KAY BAILEY. Republican; Texas, Senator. Elected to the 103rd Congress on June 5: 1993, to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of Lloyd Bentsen to be Secretary of the Treasury; sworn in and seated June 14, 1993. Subsequently elected to a full six year term on November 8, 1994. Serves as a Senate Deputy Majority Whip in the 104th Congress. Committee Assimments Congress S. Armed Service S. Commerce, Science, and Transportation S. Small Business S. Select Intelligence 103rd-104th 103rd-104th 103rd-104th 104th JACKSON LEE, SHEILA. Democrat; Texas, 18th Congressional District. Elected to the 104th Congress November 8, 1994; sworn in and seated January 4, 1995. Committee Assimments Congress H. Judiciary H. Science JENCKES, VIRGINIA ELLIS. Democrat; Indiana, 6th Congressional District. Elected to the 73rd Congress November 8, 1932; sworn in and seated March 9, 1933; reelected to the 74th-75th Congresses; term expired January 3, 1939. Committee Assignments H. Civil Service H. District of Columbia H. Mines and Mining JOHNSON, EDDIE BERNICE. Democrat; Texas, 30th Congressional District. Elected to the 103rd Congress November 3, 1992; sworn in and seated January 5, 1993; reelected to the 104th Congress. Committee Assimments Conmess H. Public Works and Transportation H. Science, Space, and Technology H. Transportation and Infrastructure H. Science 103rd 103rd 104th 104th JOHNSON, NANCY L. Republican; Connecticut, 6th Congressional District. Elected to the 98th Congress November 2, 1982; sworn in and seated January 3, 1983; reelected to the 99th-104th Congresses. Served as a Deputy Minority Whip in the 103rd Congress. Committee Assimments Conmess H. Public Works and Transportation H. Veterans' Affairs H. Select Children, Youth, and Families H. Budget H. Ways and Means H. Standards of Official Conduct (Committee Chair, 104th) 98th-100th 98th-99th 98th-100th 100th 101st-104th 102nd-104th JORDAN, BARBARA C. Democrat; Texas, 18th Congressional District. Elected to the 93rd Congress November 7, 1972; sworn in and seated January 3, 1973; reelected to the 94th-95th Congresses, term expired January 3,1979. Committee Assimments Congress H. Judiciary H. Government Operations KAHN, FLORENCE PRAG. Republican; California, 4th Congressional District. Elected to the 69th Congress in a special election held February 17, 1925, to fill the vacancy caused by the death of her husband, Julius Kahn; sworn in and seated December 7, 1925; reelected to the 70th-74th Congresses; term expired January 3, 1937. Committee Assignments Congress H. Census H. Coinage, Weights, and Measures 69th 69th KAHN, FLORENCE PRAG-Continued H. Education H. Expenditures in the War Department H. War Claims H. Military Affairs H. Appropriations 69th 69th 70th 71st-72nd 73rd-74th KAPTUR, MARCY. Democrat; Ohio, 9th Congressional District. Elected to the 98th Congress November 2, 1982. Sworn in and seated January 3: 1983; reelected to the 99th-104th Congresses. Committee Assignments Conpress H. Banking, Finance and Urban Affairs H. Veterans' Affairs H. Budget H. Appropriations 98th-101st 98th-100th lOlst 101st-104th KASSEBAUM, NANCY LANDON. Republican; Kansas, Senator. Elected to the Senate on November 7,1978; sworn in and seated December 23,1978. After her election, Senator James Pearson resigned, and Governor Bennett of Kansas appointed Ms. Kassebaum to replace him for the duration of the 95th Congress. She was reelected to the Senate in 1984 and 1990. Served as a Deputy Minority Whip in the 103rd Congress. Committee Assienments S. Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs S. Special Committee on Aging S. Budget S. Commerce, Science and Transportation S. Select Committee on Ethics S. Foreign Relations S. Labor and Human Resources (Committee Chair, 104th Congress) S. Indian Affairs Jt. Committee on the Organization of Congress KEE, MAUDE ELIZABETH. Democrat; West Virginia, 5th Congressional District. Elected to the 82nd Congress in a special election held July 16, 1951, to fill the vacancy caused by the death of her husband, John Kee; sworn in and seated July 26, 1951; reelected to the 83rd-88th Congresses; term expired January 3, 1965. KEE, MAUDE ELIZABETH-Continued Committee Assignments Congress H. Veterans' Affairs H. Government Operations H. Interior and Insular Affairs KELLY, EDNA FLANNERY. Democrat; New York, 12th Congressional District Elected to the 81st Congress November 8, 1949, to fill the vacancy caused by the death of Andrew L. Somers; sworn in and seated January 3,1950; reelected to the 82nd-90th Congresses; term expired January 3,1969. She served as Secretary of the Democratic Caucus in the 83rd, 84th and 88th Congresses. Committee Assignments Congress H. Foreign Affairs H. Standards of Official Conduct KELLY, SUE. Republican; New York, 19th Congressional District. Elected to the 104th Congress November 8, 1994; sworn in and seated January 4, 1995. Committee Assignments Congress H. Banking and Financial Services H. Small Business H. Transportation and Infrastructure 104th 104th 104th KENNELLY, BARBARA BAILEY. Democrat; Connecticut, 1st Congressional District. Elected to the 97th Congress in a special election on January 12, 1982, to fill the vacancy caused by the death of William R. Cotter; sworn in and seated January 25, 1982; reelected to the 98th-104th Congresses. Appointed one of three House Democratic Chief Deputy Whips in the 102nd and 103rd Congresses and was the first woman to have held the position. Elected Vice Chair of the House Democratic Caucus in the 104th Congress. Committee Assimments Congress H. Government Operations H. Public Works and Transportation H. Select Intelligence H. Budget 97th 97th 100th-102nd 103rd KENNELLY, BARBARA BAILEY-Continued H. Administration H. Ways and Means KEYS, MARTHA ELIZABETH. Democrat; Kansas, 2nd Congressional District. Elected to the 94th Congress November 5, 1974; sworn in and seated January 14,1975; reelected to the 95th Congress; term expired January 3, 1979. Committee Assignments Conaess H. Ways and Means 94th-95th KNUTSON, COYA GJESDAL. Democrat; Minnesota, 9th Congressional District. Elected to the 84th Congress November 2, 1954; sworn in and seated January 5, 1955; reelected to the 85th Congress; term expired January 3, 1959. Committee Assignments Congress H. Agriculture 84th-85th LANGLEY, KATHERINE GUDGER, Republican; Kentucky, 10th Congressional District. EIected to the 70th Congress November 2, 1926; sworn in and seated December 5,1927; reelected to the 71st Congress; term expired March 3, 1931. Committee Assignments Congress H. Claims H. Immigration and Naturalization H. Invalid Pensions H. Education 70th-71st 70th-71st 70th-71st 71st LINCOLN, BLANCHE LAIMBERT. Democrat; Arkansas, 1st Congressional District. Elected to the 103rd Congress November 3, 1992; sworn in and seated January 5, 1993; reelected to the 104th Congress. Committee Assignments H. Agriculture H. Energy and Commerce H. Merchant Marine and Fisheries H. Commerce Congress LLOYD, MARILYN. Democrat; Tennessee, 3rd Congressional District. Elected to the 94th Congress November 5, 1974; sworn in and seated January 14, 1975; reelected to the 95th-103rd Congresses; term expired January 3, 1995. Committee Assimments Conaess H. Public Works H. Science, Space, and Technology H. Public Works and Transportation H. Select Committee on Aging H. Armed Services 94th 94th-103rd 95th-99th 96th-102nd 98th-103rd LOFGREN, ZOE. Democrat; California, 16th Congressional District. Elected to the 104th Congress November 8, 1994; sworn in and seated January 4, 1995. Committee Assimments Coneress H. Judiciary H. Science LONG, CATHERINE S. Democrat; Louisiana, 8th Congressional District. Elected to the 99th Congress in a special election held March 30: 1985, to fill the vacancy caused by the death of her husband Gillis Long; sworn in and seated April 4, 1985; term expired on January 3, 1987. Committee Assignment Congress H. Public Works H. Small Business LONG, JILL. Democrat; Indiana, 4th Congressional District. Elected to the lOlst Congress in a special election held March 28, 1989, to fill the vacancy caused by the appointment of Dan Coats to the Senate; sworn in and seated April 5,1989; reelected to the 102nd-103rd Congresses; term expired on January 3, 1995. Committee Assignments H. Agriculture H. Veterans' Affairs H. Select Committee on Hunger Coneress LONG, ROSE McCONNELL. Democrat; Louisiana, Senator. Appointed to the 74th Congress January 31,1936, to fill the vacancy caused by the death of her husband, Huey Pierce Long; sworn in and seated February 10,1936; term expired January 3, 1937. Committee Assignments Conmess S. Claims S. Immigration S. Interoceanic Canals S. Post Office and Post Roads S. Public Lands and Surveys LOWEY, NITA. Democrat; New York, 20th Congressional District (101st-102nd Congresses) and 18th Congressional District (103rd-104th Congresses). Elected to the lOlst Congress on November 8, 1988; sworn in and seated on January 3, 1989; reelected to the 102nd-104th Congresses. Committee Assimments Conmess H. Education and Labor H. Merchant Marine and Fisheries H. Select Narcotics Abuse and Control H. Appropriations 101st-102nd 101st-102nd 101st-102nd 103rd-104th LUCE, CLARE BOOTHE. Republican; Connecticut, 4th Congressional District. Elected to the 78th Congress November 3, 1942; sworn in and seated January 6, 1943; reelected to the 79th Congress; term expired January 3: 1947. Committee Assignments H. Military Affairs LUSK, GEORGIA LEE. Democrat; New Mexico, Representative-at-large. Elected to the 80th Congress November 5, 1946; sworn in and seated January 3, 1947, term expired January 3, 1949. Committee Assignments Congress H. Veterans' Affairs 80th MALONEY, CAROLYN. Democrat; New York, 14th Congressional District. Elected to the 103rd Congress November 3, 1992; sworn in and seated January 5, 1993; reelected to the 104th Congress. MALONEY, CAROLYN-Continued Committee Assignments Congress H. Banking, Finance, and Urban Affairs H. Government Operations H. Banking and Financial Services H. Government Reform and Oversight 103rd 103rd 104th 104th MANKIN, HELEN DOUGLAS. Democrat; Georgia, 5th Congressional District. Elected to the 79th Congress in a special election held February 12, 1946, to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of Robert Ramspeck; sworn in and seated February 25, 1946; term expired January 3, 1947. Committee Assignments Conmess H. Civil Service H. Claims H. Elections H. Revision of Laws MARGOLIES-MEZVINSKY, MARJORIE. Democrat; Pennsylvania, 13th Congressional District. Elected to the 103rd Conmess November 3, 1992; s w o k in and seated January 5,1993; term expired January 3,1995. Committee Assignments Conmess H. Energy and Commerce H. Government Operations H. Small Business MARTIN, LYNN M. Republican; Illinois, 16th Congressional District. Elected to the 97th Congress November 4, 1980; sworn in and seated January 5, 1981; reelected to the 98th-101st Congresses; term expired January 3,1991. Vice Chairman of the House Republican Conference in the 99th and 100th Congresses. Served as U.S. Secretary of Labor from 1991-1993. Committee Assienments Congress H. Administration H. Budget H. Armed Services H. Rules H. Bipartisan Task Force on Ethics (Vice Chair) 97th-98th 97th-99th 99th-100th lOlst lOlst MAY, CATHERINE DEALV. Republican; Washington, 4th Congressional District. Elected to the 86th Congress November 4: 1958; sworn in and seated January 7,1959; reelected to the 87th-91st Congresses; term expired January 3,1971. Committee Assignments Congress H. Agriculture H. District of Columbia H. Select Committee on the House Beauty Shop H. Atomic Energy 86th-91st 91st, 1st Sess. 915t 91st, 2nd Sess. MCCARTHY, KAREN. Democrat; Missouri, 5th Congressional District. Elected to the 104th Congress November 8, 1994; sworn in and seated January 4, 1995. Committee Assignments Congress H. Science H. Small Business H. Transportation and Infrastructure 104th 104th (until June 1995) 104th (as of June 1995) KATHYRN O'LOUGHLIN. Democrat; Kansas, 6th MCCARTHY, Congressional District. Elected to the 73rd Congress November 8, 1932; sworn in and seated March 9, 1933; term expired January 3, 1935. Committee Assignments Conmess H. Education H. Public Buildings and Grounds H. World War Veterans Legislation MCCORRIICK, RUTH HANNA. Republican; Illinois, Congresswoman-at-Large. Elected to the 71st Congress November 6, 1928; sworn in and seated on April 15, 1929; term expired March 3, 1931. Committee Assimments Congress H. Naval Affairs 71st MCKINNEY, CYNTHIA. Democrat; Georgia, 11th Congressional District. Elected to the 103rd Congress November 3, 1992; sworn in and seated January 5, 1993; reelected to the 104th Congress. MCKINNEY, CYNTHIA-Continued Committee Assiwments Congress H. Agriculture H. Foreign Affairs H. International Relations H. Banking and Finance MCMILLAN, CLARA GOODING. Democrat; South Carolina, 1st Congressional District. Elected to the 76th Congress in a special election held November 7,1939, to fill the vacancy caused by the death of her husband, Thomas S. McMillan; sworn in and seated January 3, 1940; term expired January 3, 1941. Committee Assiwments Conmess H. Election of President, Vice President, and Representatives in Congress H. Insular Affairs H. Patents H. Public Buildings and Grounds 76th 76th 76th 76th MEEK, CARRIE. Democrat; Florida, 17th Congressional District. Elected to the 103rd Congress November 3, 1992; sworn in and seated January 5: 1993; reelected to the 104th Congress. Committee Assignments Congress H. Appropriations H. Budget H. Government Reform and Oversight 103rd 104th 104th MEYERS, JAN. Republican; Kansas, 3rd Congressional District. Elected t o the 99th Congress November 6,1984; sworn in and seated January 3,1985; reelected to the 100th-104th Congresses. Committee Assirmments Conmess H. Science and Technology H. Select Aging H. Foreign Affairs H. International Relations H. Economic and Educational Opportunities H. Small Business (Committee Chair, 104th) 99th 99th-102nd 99th-103rd 104th 104th 99th-104th MEYNER, HELEN STEVENSON. Democrat; New Jersey, 13th Congressional District. Elected to the 94th Congress November 5, 1974; sworn in and seated January 14, 1975; reelected to the 95th Congress; term expired January 3, 1979. Committee Assignments Coneress H. District of Columbia H. Foreign Affairs H. International Relations MIKULSKI, BARBARA ANN. Democrat; Maryland, 3rd Congressional District. Elected to the 95th Congress November 2, 1976; sworn in and seated January 4, 1977; reelected to the 97th-99th Congresses. Ms. Mikulski was subsequently elected to the Senate on November 4, 1986; sworn in and seated on January 6, 1987. Elected Assistant Senate Democratic Floor Leader in the 103rd Congress and is the only woman to have held that position. Elected Secretary of the Senate Democratic Conference in the 104th Congress. Committee Assienments Conaess H. Interstate and Foreign Commerce H. Merchant Marine and Fisheries H. Energy and Commerce S. Environmental and Public Works S. Appropriations S. Labor and Human Resources S. Small Business S. Select Ethics MILLENDER-McDONALD, JUANITA. Democrat; California, 37th Congressional District. Elected to the 104th Congress in a special election held March 26: 1996: to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of Walter Tucker; sworn in and seated April 16, 1996. Committee Assimments Small Business Transportation and Infrastructure Congress MINK, PATSY TAKEMOTO. Democrat; Hawaii, 2nd Congressional District. Elected to the 89th Congress November 3, 1964; sworn in and seated January 4, 1965; reelected to the 90th-94th Congresses; term expired January 3, 1977. She was subsequently elected to the lOlst Cbngress in a special election held September 22,1990, to fill the vacancy caused by the appointment of Daniel Akaka to the Senate; sworn in and seated September 27, 1990; reelected to the 102nd-104th Congresses. She was elected Secretary to the House Democratic Caucus in the 94th Congress, Committee Assienments Conaess H. Education and Labor H. Interior and Insular Affairs H. Budget H. Government Operations H. Natural Resources H. Economic and Educational Opportunities 89th-94th, 101st-103rd 90th-94th 94th, 103rd-104th 101st-102nd 103rd 104th MOLmARI, SUSAN. Republican; New York, 14th Congressional District (101st-102nd Congresses) and 13th Congressional District (103rd-104th Congresses). Elected to the lOlst Congress in a special election held March 20, 1990, t o fill the term of her father Guy Molinari who resigned to become Staten Island Borough President; sworn in and seated March 27, 1990; reelected to the 102nd-104th Congresses. Elected Vice Chair of the House Republican Conference in the 104th Congress. Committee Assignments Conmess H. Small Business H. Public Works and Transportation H. Education and Labor H. Budget H. Transportation and Infrastructure lOlst 101st-103rd 102nd-103rd 104th 104th MORELLA, CONSTANCE A. Republican; Maryland, 8th Congressional District. Elected to the 100th Congress November 4, 1986; sworn in and seated on January 6, 1987; reelected to the 101st-104th Congresses. Committee Assienments Conmess H. Post Office and Civil Service H. Science, Space, and Technology H. Select Aging H. Government Reform and Oversight H. Science 100th-103rd 100th-103rd 100th-102nd 104th 104th MOSELEY-BRAUN, CAROL. Democrat; Illinois, Senator. Elected to the Senate on November 3,1992; sworn in and seated January 5, 1993. Committee Assirmments Congress S. Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs S. Judiciary S. Small Business S. Finance S. Special Aging 103rd-104th 103rd 103rd 104th 104th MURRAY, PATTY. Democrat; Washington, Senator. Elected to the Senate on November 3, 1992; sworn in and seated January 5, 1993. Served as a Senate Deputy Majority Whip in the 103rd Congress and serves as a Deputy Minority Whip in the 104th Congress. Committee Assignments Congress S. Appropriations S. Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs S. Budget 103rd-104th 103rd-104th 103rd-104th MYRICK, SUE. Republican; North Carolina, 9th Congressional District. Elected to the 104th Congress November 8, 1994; sworn in and seated January 4,1995. Committee Assignments Congress H. Budget H. Science H. Small Business NEUBERGER, MAURINE BROWN. Democrat; Oregon, Senator. Elected to the 86th Congress November 8, 1960, to fill the vacancy caused by the death of her husband, Richard L. Neuberger, and for the ensuing six year term; sworn in November 9, 1960; term expired January 3, 1967. Committee Assignments Congress S. Agriculture and Forestry S. Banking and Currency S. Special Committee on Aging S. Committee on Parliamentary Conference with Canada S. Commerce 87th, 2nd Sess. 89th NOLAN, MAE ELLA. Republican; California, 5th Congressional District. Elected to the 67th Congress in a special election held January 23, 1923, to fill the vacancy caused by the death of her husband, John Nolan: and also to the 68th Congress; sworn in and seated February 2, 1923; term expired March 3, 1925. Committee Assignments Congress H. Expenditures in the Post Office Department, (Committee Chair) H. Labor 67th-68th 67th-68th NORRELL, CATHERINE DORRIS. Democrat; Arkansas, 6th Congressional District. Elected to the 87th Congress April 18, 1961, to fill the vacancy caused by the death of her husband, William Frank Norrell; sworn in and seated April 25, 1961; term expired January 3, 1963. Committee Assignments Congress H. Post Office and Civil Service 87th NORTOK, ELEANOR HOLMES. Democrat; Non-voting Delegate from the District of Columbia. Elected to the 102nd Congress November 6, 1990; sworn in and seated January 3, 1991; reelected to the 103rd-104th Congresses. Committees Concess H. District of Columbia H. Post Office and Civil Service H. Public Works and Transportation Jt. Committee on the Organization of Congress H. Government Reform and Oversight H. Transportation and Infrastructure H. Small Business 102nd-103rd 102nd-103rd 102nd-103rd 103rd 104th 104th 104th NORTON, MARY TERESA. Democrat; New Jersey, 13th Congressional District. Elected to the 69th Congress November 4, 1924; sworn in and seated December 7, 1925; reelected to the 70th-81st Congresses; term expired January 3, 1951. Committee Assignments Coneress H. District of Columbia, (Committee Chair, 72nd-74th) H. Labor, (Committee Chair, 75th-79th) 69th-74th 69th-79th NORTON, MARY TERESA-Continued H. World War Veterans Legislation H. Memorials H. Education H. Enrolled Bills H. Administration, (Committee Chair, Slst) 69th-72nd 71st-79th 78th-79th 78th-79th 80th-81st OAKAR, MARY ROSE. Democrat; Ohio, 20th Congressional District. Elected to the 95th Congress November 2, 1976; sworn in and seated January 4, 1977; reelected to the 96th-102nd Congresses; term expired January 3, 1993. Elected Secretary of the House Democratic Caucus in the 99th Congress and Vice Chair of the Caucus in the 100th Congress. Committee Assienments Coneress H. Banking, Finance and Urban Affairs H. Select Committee on Aging H. Post Office and Civil Service H. Administration 95th-102nd 96th-102nd 97th-102nd 98th-102nd O'DAY, CAROLINE LOVE GOODWIN. Democrat; New York, Congresswoman-at-large. Elected to the 74th Congress Kovember 6, 1934; sworn in and seated January 3,1935; reelected to the 75th-77th Congresses; term expired January 3, 1943. Committee Assienments Congress H. Election of President, Vice President, and Representatives in Congress, (Committee Chair, 75th-77th) Immigration and Naturalization H. Insular Affairs 74th-77th 75th-77th 75th-77th OLDFIELD, PEARL PEDEN. Democrat; Arkansas, 2nd Congressional District. Elected to the 70th Congress in a special election held January 9, 1929, to fill the vacancy caused by the death of her husband, William Allen Oldfield, and also to the 71st Congress; sworn in and seated January 11,1929; term expired March 3, 1931. Committee Assignments Congress H. Coinage, Weights and Measures H. Expenditures in the Executive Departments H. Public Buildings and Grounds 71st 71st 71st OWEN, RUTH BRYAN. Democrat; Florida, 4th Congressional District. Elected to the 71st Congress November 6, 1928; sworn in and seated April 15, 1929; reelected to the 72nd Congress; term expired March 3, 1933. Committee Assignments Congress H. Foreign Affairs 71st-72nd PATTERSON, ELIZABETH J. Democrat; South Carolina, 4th Congressional District. Elected to the 100th Congress November 4, 1986; sworn in and seated on January 6, 1987; reelected to the 101st-102nd Congresses, term expired January 3, 1993. Committee Assignments Congress H. Banking, Finance and Urban Affairs H. Veterans' Affairs H. Select Hunger 100th-102nd 100th-102nd 100th-102nd PELOSI, NANCY. Democrat; California, 5th Congressional District (100th-102nd Congresses) and 8th Congressional District (103rd-104th Congresses). Elected to the 100th Congress in a special election held June 2,1987, to fill the vacancy caused by the death of Sala Burton; sworn in and seated June 9, 1987; reelected to the 101st-104th Congresses. Committee Assignments Congress H. Banking, Finance, and Urban Affairs H. Government Operations H. Appropriations H. Standards of Official Conduct H. Select Intelligence 100th-101st 100th-101st 102nd-104th 102nd-104th 104th PETTIS, SHIRLEY N. Republican; California, 37th Congressional District. Elected to the 94th Congress April 29,1975, in a special election to fill the vacancy caused by the death of her husband Jerry L. Pettis; sworn in and seated May 6, 1975; reelected to the 95th Congress; term expired January 3, 1979. Committee Assignments H. Interior and Insular Affairs H. Education and Labor H. International Relations Congress PFOST, GRACIE BOWERS. Democrat; Idaho, 1st Congressional District. Elected to the 83rd Congress November 4, 1952; sworn in and seated January 3, 1953; reelected to the 84th-87th Congresses; term expired January 3, 1963. Committee Assignments Coneress H. Interior and Insular Affairs H. Post Ofice and Civil Service H. Public Works PRATT, ELIZA JANE. Democrat; North Carolina, 8th Congressional District. Elected to the 79th Congress in a special election held May 25, 1946, to fill the vacancy caused by the death of William 0. Burgin; sworn in and seated June 3, 1946; term expired January 3, 1947. Committee Assignments Congress H. Flood Control H. Pensions H. Territories PRATT, RUTH SEARS BAKER. Republican; New York, 17th Congressional District. Elected to the 71st Congress November 6, 1928; sworn in and seated April 15: 1929; reelected to the 72nd Congress; term expired March 3, 1933. Committee Assignments Congress H. Banking and Currency H. Library H. Education PRYCE, D E B O M . Republican; Ohio, 15th Congressional District. Elected to the 103rd Congress November 3, 1992; sworn in and seated January 5, 1993; reelected to the 104th Congress. Committee Assignments Congress H. Banking, Finance, and Urban Affairs H. Government Operations H. Rules 103rd 103rd 104th PYLE, GLADYS. Republican; South Dakota, Senator. Elected to the 75th Congress November 8,1938, to fill the vacancy caused by the death of Peter Norbeck; never sworn in and seated as Congress was not in session between the time of her election and the expiration of the t6rm; term expired January 3, 1939. Committee Assimments Congress None listed, never sworn in 75th RANKIN, JEANNETTE. Republican; Montana, Congresswoman-at-large (65th Congress) and 1st Congressional District (77th Congress). Elected to the 65th Congress on November 9, 1916; sworn in and seated April 2, 1917; term expired March 4,1919. Elected to the 77th Congress November 5, 1940; sworn in and seated January 3, 1941; term expired January 3, 1943. Committee Assignments Conmess H. Public Lands H. Woman Suffrage H. Insular Affairs REECE, LOUISE GOFF. Republican; Tennessee, 1st Congressional District. Elected to the 87th Congress in a special election on May 16: 1961, to fill the vacancy caused by the death of her husband, B. Carroll Reece; sworn in and seated May 23, 1961; term expired January 3, 1963. Committee Assimments Conmess H. Public Works 87th REID, CHARLOTTE THOMPSON. Republican; Illinois, 15th Congressional District. Elected to the 88th Congress November 6, 1962; sworn in and seated January 9, 1963; reelected to the 89th-92nd Congresses; resigned October 7, 1971. Committee Assirmments H. Interior and Insular Affairs H. Public Works H. Appropriations H. Standards of Official Conduct Congress RILEY, CORINNE BOYD. Democrat; South Carolina, 2nd Congressional District. Elected to the 87th Congress in a special election on April 10, 1962, to fill the vacancy caused by the death of her husband, John Jacob Riley; sworn in and seated April 12, 1962; term expired January 3, 1963. Committee Assignments Congress H. Science and Transportation 87th RIVERS, LYNN. Democrat; Michigan, 13th Congressional District. Elected to the 104th Congress November 8, 1994; sworn in and seated January 4, 1995. Committee Assignments Congress H. Budget H. Science ROBERTSON, ALICE MARY. Republican; Oklahoma, 2nd Congressional District. Elected to the 67th Congress on November 2, 1920; sworn in and seated April 11,1921; term expired March 3, 1923. Committee Assignments Conmess H. Expenditures in the Interior Department H. Indian Affairs H. Woman Suffrage 67th 67th 67th ROGERS, EDITH NOURSE. Republican; Massachusetts, 5th Congressional District. Elected to the 69th Congress in a special election held June 30, 1925, to fill the vacancy caused by the death of her husband, John Jacob Rogers; sworn in and seated December 7, 1925; reelected to the 70th-86th Congresses; died in office September 10: 1960. Committee Assignments Congress H. Expenditures in the Navy Department H. Industrial Arts and Expositions H. Woman Suffrage H. World War Veterans Legislation H. Civil Service H. Indian Affairs H. Foreign Affairs H. Veterans' Affairs (Committee Chair, 80th and 83rd) 69th 69th 69th 69th-79th 70th-77th 70th 73rd-79th 80th-86th ROS-LEHTINEN, ILEANA. Republican; Florida, 18th CongressionaI District. Elected to the lOlst Congress in a special election held August 29, 1989, to fill the vacancy caused by the death of Claude Pepper; sworn in and seated September 6, 1989; reelected to the 102nd-104th Congresses. Committee Assimments Conmess H. Foreign Affairs H. Government Operations H. Government Reform and Oversight H. International Relations 101st-103rd 101st-103rd 104th 104th ROUKEMA, MARGARET (MARGE) SCAFATI. Republican; New Jersey, 7th Congressional District. Elected to the 97th Congress November 4, 1980; sworn in and seated January 5, 1981; reelected to the 98th-104th Congresses. Conmess Assignments Conmess H. Banking, Finance, and Urban Affairs H. Education and Labor H. Select Hunger H. Banking and Financial Services H. Economic and Educational Opportunities 97th-103rd 97th-103rd 98th-102nd 104th 104th ROYBAL-ALLARD, LUCILLE. Democrat; California, 33rd Congressional District. Elected to the 103rd Congress November 3, 1992; sworn in and seated January 5, 1993; reelected to the 104th Congress. Committee Assimments Conmess H. Banking, Finance, and Urban Affairs H. Small Business H. Banking and Financial Services H. Budget 103rd 103rd 104th 104th SAIKI, PATRICIA F. Republican; Hawaii, 1st Congressional District. Elected to the 100th Congress November 4,1986; sworn in and seated on January 6, 1987; reelected to the lOlst Congress; term expired January 3, 1991. Served as head of the Small Business Administration from 1991-1993. Committee Assignments Congress H. Banking, Finance and Urban Affairs H. Merchant Marine and Fisheries H. Select Aging 100th-101st 100th-101st 100th-101st ST. GEORGE, KATHARINE PRICE COLLIER. Republican; New York, 28th Congressional District. Elected to the 80th Congress November 5, 1946; sworn in and seated January 3, 1947; reelected to the 81st-88th Congresses; term expired January 3, 1965. Committee Assignments Congress H. Post Office and Civil Service 80th-84th and 86th-89th 83rd 85th-86th 87th-89th H. Government Operations H. Armed Services H. Rules SCHENK, LYNN. Democrat; California, 49th Congressional District. Elected to the 103rd Congress November 3, 1992; sworn in and seated January 5, 1993; term expired January 3, 1995. Committee Assimments Congress H. Energy and Commerce H. Merchant Marine and Fisheries 103rd 103rd SCHNEIDER, CLAUDINE CMARAIIA. Republican; Rhode Island, 2nd Congressional District. Elected to the 97th Congress November 4: 1980; sworn in and seated January 5, 1981; reelected to the 98th-101st Congresses; term expired January 3, 1991. Committee Assimments Congress H. Merchant Marine and Fisheries H. Science and Technology H. Special Committee on Aging SCKROEDER, PATRICIA S. Democrat; Colorado, 1st Congressional District. Elected to the 93rd Congress November 7, 1972; sworn in and seated January 3, 1973; reelected to the 94th-104th Congresses. Committee Assienments Conmess H. Armed Services H. Post Office and Civil Service H. Judiciary H. Select Children, Youth: and Families (Committee Chair, 102nd) H. National Security 93rd-103rd 93rd-103rd 97th-104th 100th-102nd 104th SEASTRAND, ANDREA, Republican; California, 22nd Congressional District. Elected to the 104th Congress November 8: 1994; sworn in and seated January 4, 1995. Committee Assignments Conmess H. Science H. Transportation and Infrastructure 104th 104th SHEPHERD, KAREN. Democrat; Utah, 2nd Congressional District. Elected to the 103rd Congress November 3, 1992; sworn in and seated January 5, 1993; term expired January 3, 1995. Committee Assignments Congress H. Natural Resources H. Public Works and Transportation 103rd 103rd SNPSON, EDNA OAKES. Republican; New York, 28th Congressional District. Elected to the 86th Congress November 4, 1958; sworn in and seated January 7, 1959; term expired January 3, 1961. Committee Assignments Conmess H. Administration H. Interior and Insular Affairs SLAUGHTER, LOUISE M. Democrat; New York, 30th Congressional District (100th-102nd Congresses) and 28th Congressional District (103rd-104th Congresses). Elected to the 100th Congress November 4, 1986; sworn in and seated on January 6,1987; reelected to the 101st-104th Congresses. Committee Assignments Coneress H. Government Operations H. Public Works and Transportation H. Select Aging H. Rules H. Budget H. Government Reform and Oversight 100th-101st 100th-101st 100th-102nd 102nd-103rd 102nd-104th SMITH, LINDA. Republican; Washington, 3rd Congressional District. Elected to the 104th Congress November 8, 1994; sworn in and seated January 4, 1995. SMITH, LINDA-Continued Committee Assignments Congress H. Resources H. Small Business SMITH, MARGARET CHASE. Republican; Maine, 2nd CongressionaI District. Elected to the 76th Congress in a special election held June 3, 1940, to fill the vacancy caused by the death of her husband, Clyde H. Smith; sworn in and seated June 10, 1940; reelected to the 77th-80th Congresses. Ms. Smith was subsequently elected to the Senate in 1948; sworn in and seated on January 3,1949. She was reelected to the Senate i n 1954, in 1960, and in 1966; term expired January 3, 1973. Committee Assignments Conmess H. Election of the President, Vice President, Representatives in Congress H. War Claims H. Revision of the Laws H. Invalid Pensions H. Education H. Post Office and Post Roads H. Naval Affairs H. Armed Services S. District of Columbia S. Expenditures in Executive Departments S. Rules and Administration S. Appropriations S. Armed Services S. Government Operations S. Aeronautical and Space Sciences SMITH, VIRGINIA. Republican; Nebraska, 3rd Congressional District. Elected to the 94th Congress November 5, 1974; sworn in and seated January 14, 1975; reelected to the 95th-101st Congresses; term expired January 3,1991. Committee Assignments H. Education and Labor H. Interior and Insular Affairs H. Appropriations Congress SNOWE, OLYMPIA J . Republican; Maine, 2nd Congressional District. Elected to the 96th Congress November 7, 1978; sworn in and seated January 15, 1979; reelected to the 97th-103rd Congresses. Ms. Snowe was subsequently elected to the Senate on November 8, 1994; sworn in and 'seated on Januaq- 4,1995. Committee Assignments Congress H. Government Operations H. Small Business H. Select Committee on Aging H. Foreign Affairs J t . Economic H. Budget S. Budget S. Commerce, Science, and Transportation S. Foreign Relations S. Small Business SPELLMAN, GLADYS NOON. Democrat; Maryland, 5th Congressional District. Elected to the 94th Congress November 5, 1974; sworn in and seated January 14,1975; reelected to the 95th-97th Congresses. Unable to be sworn in and seated in 97th Congress due to disability; seat declared vacant February 24, 1981. Committee Assignments Conpress H. Banking, Currency and Housing H. Post Office and Civil Service H. Banking, Finance and Urban Affairs H. Democratic Steering and Policy 94th 94th-95th 95th-96th 96th STANLEY, WINIFRED CLAIRE. Republican; New York, Congresswoman-atlarge. Elected to the 78th Congress November 3,1942; sworn in and seated January 6, 1943; term expired January 3,1945. Committee Assimments Congress H. Civil Service H. Patents SULLIVAN, LEONOR KRETZER. Democrat; Missouri, 3rd Congressional District. Elected to the 83rd Congress November 4, 1952; sworn in and seated January 3, 1953; reelected to the 84th-94th Congresses; term expired January 3! 1977. Secretary of the Democratic Caucus in the 86th93rd Congresses. SULLIVAN, LEONOR KRETZER-Continued Committee Assimments Conmess H. Merchant Marine and Fisheries (Committee Chair, 93rd-94th) H. Banking and Currency Jt. Committee on Defense Production SUMNER, JESSIE. Republican; Illinois, 18th Congressional District. Elected to the 76th Congress November 8, 1938; sworn in and seated January 3, 1939; reelected to the 77th-79th Congresses; term expired January 3,1947. Committee Assignments Congress H. Banking and Currency 76th-79th THOMAS, LERA MILLARD. Democrat; Texas, 8th Congressional District. Elected to the 89th Congress in a special election held March 26, 1966, to fiI1 the vacancy caused by the death of her husband, Albert Thomas; sworn in and seated March 30, 1966; term expired January 3, 1967. Committee Assignments Congress H. Merchant Marine and Fisheries 89th Republican; Michigan, 9th Congressional District. THOMPSON, RUTH. Elected to the 82nd Congress November 8, 1950; sworn in and seated January 3, 1951; reelected to the 83rd and 84th Congresses; term expired January 3, 1957. Committee Assignments Congress H. Judiciary Jt. Committee on Immigration and Nationality Policy 82nd-84th 84th THURMAN, KAREN. Democrat; Florida, 5th Congressional District. Elected to the 103rd Congress November 3, 1992; sworn in and seated January 5, 1993; reelected to the 104th Congress. THURMAN, KAREN-Continued Committee Assignments Conmess H. Agriculture H. Government Operations H. Government Reform and Oversight 103rd-104th 103rd 104th UNSOELD, JOLENE. Democrat; Washington, 3rd Congressional District. Elected to the 1Olst Congress November 8, 1988; sworn in and seated January 3, 1989; reelected to the 102nd-103rd Congresses; term expired January 3, 1995. Committee Assignments Consess H. Education and Labor H. Merchant Marine and Fisheries H. Select Aging VELAZQUEZ, NYDIA. Democrat; New York, 12th Congressional District. Elected to the 103rd Congress November 3, 1992; sworn in and seated January 5,1993; reelected to the 104th Congress. Committee Assignments Conmess H. Banking, Finance, and Urban Affairs H. Small Business H. Banking and Financial Services 103rd 103rd-104th 104th WCANOVICH, BARBARA. Republican; Nevada, 2nd Congressional District. Elected to the 98th Congress November 2, 1982; sworn in and seated January 3,1983; reelected to the 99th-104th Congresses. Elected Secretary of the House Republican Conference in the 104th Congress. Committee Assignments Conmess H. Administration H. Select Children, Youth, and Families H. Interior and Insular Affairs H. Appropriations H. Natural Resources 98th-101st 98th-101st 98th-102nd 102nd-104th 103rd WALDHOLTZ, ENID GREENE. Republican; Utah, 2nd Congressional District. Elected to the 104th Congress November 8, 1994; sworn in and seated January 4, 1995. Committee Assignments Congress H. Rules 104th WATERS, MAXINE. Democrat; California, 29th Congressional District (102nd Congress) and 35th Congressional District (103rd-104th Congresses). Elected to the 102nd Congress November 6$ 1990; sworn in and seated January 3, 1991; reelected to the 103rd-104th Congresses. Committee Assignments Consess H. Banking, Finance, and Urban Affairs H. Veterans' Affairs H. Small Business H. Banking and Financial Services 102nd-103rd 102nd-104th 103rd-104th 104th WEIS, JESSICA McCULLOUGH. Republican; New York, 38th Congressional District. Elected to the 86th Congress November 4, 1958; sworn in and seated January 3, 1959; reelected to the 87th Congress; term expired January 3, 1963. Committee Assignments Conmess H. District of Columbia H. Government Operations H. Science and Astronautics WINGO: EFFIEGENE LOCKE. Democrat; Arkansas, 4th Congressional District. Elected to the 71st Congress November 4,1930, to fill the vacancy caused by the death of her husband, Otis Wingo, and to the 72nd Congress; sworn in and seated December 1, 1930; term expired March 3, 1933. Committee Assignments H. Accounts H. Insular Affairs H. Foreign Affairs Congress WOODHOUSE, CHASE GOING. Democrat; Connecticut, 2nd Congressional District. Elected to the 79th Congress November 7, 1944; sworn in and seated January 3,1945, term expired January 3,1947. Elected to the 81st Congress November 2, 1948; term expired January 3, 1951. She was Secretary of the Democratic Caucus in the 81st Congress. Committee Assignments Congress H. Banking and Currency H. Administration WOOLSEY, LYNN. Democrat; California, 6th Congressional District. Elected to the 103rd Congress November 3, 1992; sworn in and seated January 5, 1993; reelected to the 104th Congress. Committee Assignments Congress H. Budget H. Education and Labor H. Government Operations H. Economic and Educational Opportunities 103rd-104th 103rd 103rd 104th Corrine Brown Helen Chenoweth Eva Clayton Barbara-Rose Collins Cardiss Collins Barbara Cubin P a t Danner Rosa DeLauro Jennifer Dunn Anna G. Eshoo Tillie Fowler Elizabeth Furse Jane Harman Eddie Bernice Johnson Nancy L. Johnson Marcy Kaptur Sue Kelly Barbara B. Kennelly Sheila Jackson Lee Blanche Lambert Lincoln Zoe Lofgren Nita Lowey Carolyn Maloney Karen McCarthy Cynthia McKinney Carrie Meek J a n Meyew Juanita Millender-Mc~ondd' Patsv T. Mink Susan Molinari Constance A. Morella Sue Myrick Eleanor Holmes Norton Nancy Pelosi Deborah Pryce Lynn Rivers Ueana Ros-Lehtinen Lucille Roybd-Allard Margaret (Marge) Scafati Roukema Patricia S. Schroeder Andrew Seastrand Louise M. Slaughter Linda Smith Karen L. Thurman Nydia M. Velasquez Barbara F. Vucanovich Enid Greene Wddholtz Maxine Waters Lynn Woolsey Table 1notes appear on page 65. iarbara Boxer )ianne Feinstein Sheila Frahm2 (ay Bailey Hutchison gancy L. Kassebaum 5arbara Mikulski :arol Moseley-Braun 'atty Murray )lympia Snowe Barbara-Rose Collins Cardiss Collins Rosa DeLauro Jennifer Dunn Anna G. Eshoo Elizabeth Furse Jane Harman Eddie Bernice Johnson Nancy Johnson Marcy Kaptur Barbara Bailey Kellnelly Blanche Lambert Lincoln Marilyn Lloyd Jill Long Nita M. Lowey Carolyn Maloney Marjorie Margolies-Mezvinsky Cynthia McKinney Carrie Meek J a n Meyers Patsy Takemoto Mink Susan Molinari Constance A. Morella Eleanor H o h e s Norton Nancy Pelosi Deborah Pryce Ileana Ros-Lehtinen Margaret (Marge) Scafati Roukema Lucille Roybal-Allard Lynn Schenk Patricia S. Schroeder Karen Shepherd Louise M. Slaughter Olympia J. Snowe Karen L. Thurman Jolene Unsoeld Nydia M. Velasquez Barbara Vucanovich Maxine Waters Lynn Pioolsey Table 1notes appear on page 65. Barbara Mikulski Carol Moseley-Braun Helen Delich Bentley Barbara Boxer Beverly Barton Byron Eva clayton' Barbara-Rose Collins Cardiss Collins Rosa DeLauro Joan Kelly Horn Nancy L. Johnson Marcy Kaptur Barbara Bailey Kennelly Marilyn Lloyd Jill Long Nita M. Lowey Jan Meyers Patsy Takernoto Mink Susan Molinari Constance A. Morella Eleanor Holmes Norton Mary Rose Oakar Elizabeth J. Patterson Nancy Pelosi Ileana Ros-Lehtinen Margaret (Marge) Scafati Roukerna Patricia S . Schroeder Louise M. Slaughter Olympia J . Snowe Jolene Unsoeld Barbara Vucanovich Maxine Waters Table 1notes appear on page 65. locelyn ~ u r d i c k ' Xancy L. Kassebaum Barbara Mikulski - - ABL - nen in Congress. 65rh-104rh Congress, by 3-s -- 7 House 9 -- Helen Delich Bentley Corinne C. (Lindy) Boggs Barbara Boxer Sala Burton3 Beverly Barton Byron Cardiss Collins Nancy L. Johnson Marcy Kaptur Barbara Bailey Kennelly Marilyn Lloyd Lynn M. Martin J a n Meyers Constance A. Morella Mary Rose Oakar Elizabeth J. Patterson Nancy Pelosi' Margaret (Marge) Scafati Roukema Patricia F. Saiki Claudine Cmarada Schneider Patricia S. Schroeder Louise M. Slaughter Virginia Smith Olympia J. Snowe --Barbara Vucanovich IHelen Delich Bentley C. (Lindy) Bog@ I3arbara Boxer 23ala Burton I3everly Barton Byron (2ardiss Collins I3obbi Fiedler 1darjorie S. Hoit Liancy L. Johnson 3darcy Kaptur Ebarbara Bailey KenneUy bIarilyn Lloyd C:athy on^' I'ynn M. Martin Ja n Meyers B:arbara Ann Mikulski blary Rose Oakar bEarargaret (Marge) Scafati Roukerna Claudine Cmarada Schneider P atricia S. Schroeder virginia Smith 0'lympia J. Snowe B arbara Vucanovich t2orinne - - Table 1notes appear on page 65. Nancy L. Kassebaum Barbara Mikulski 'aula Hawkins V a n c y L. Kassebaurn Corinne C. (Lindy) Boggs Barbara Boxer Sala ~ u r t o n ' Beverly Barton Byron Cardiss Collins Geraldine Ann Ferraro Bobbi FiedIer Katie Hall Marjorie S. Holt Nancy L. Johnson Marcy Kaptur Barbara Bailey Kennelly Marilyn Lloyd Lynn M. Martin Barbara Ann Mikulski Mary Rose Oakar Margaret (Marge) Scafati Roukema Claudine Cmarada Scbneider Patricia S. Schroeder Virginia Smith Olympia J. Snowe Barbara Vucanovich 'aula Hawkins gancy L. Kassebaum Jean ~ s h b r o o k ' Corinne C. (Lindy) Boggs Beverly Barton Byron Shirley Anita Chisholm Cardiss Collins Millicent Fenwick Geraldine Ann Ferraro Bobbi Fiedler Katie h all' Margaret M. Heckler Marjorie S. Holt Barbara Bailey ~ e n n e l l y ' Marilyn Lloyd Lynn M. Martin Barbara Ann Mikulski Mary Rose Oakar Margaret (Marge) Scafati Roukema Claumne Cmarada Schneider Patricia S. Schroeder Virginia Smith Olympia Snowe Paula Hawkins Nancy L. Kassebaum Table 1notes appear on page 65. 1979-1981 1977-1979 Corinne C. (Lindy) Boggs Beverly Barton ~ ~ r o n ' Shirley Anita Chisholm Cardiss Collins Millicent Fenwick Geraldine Ferraro Margaret M. Heckler Marjorie S. Holt Elizabeth Holtzman Marilyn Lloyd Barbara Ann Mikulski Mary Rose Oakar Patricia S. Schroeder Virginia Smith Olympia J . Snowe Gladys Noon Spellman Corinne C. (Lindy) Boggs Yvonne Brathwaite Burke Shirley Anita Chisholm Cardiss Collins Millicent Fenwick Margaret M. Heckler Marjorie S. Holt Elizabeth Holtzman Barbara C . Jordan Martha Elizabeth Keys Marilyn Lloyd Helen Stevenson Meyner Barbara Ann Mikulski Mary Rose Oakar Shirley N. Pettis Patricia S. Schroeder Virginia Smith Gladys Noon Spellman Table 1notes appear on page 65. Maryon P. .411enZ Muriel ~ u m ~ h r e g TABLE 1 Women in Congress, 65th-104th Congress, by C O W = - c o n t d Senate House Dates Congress 94th 1975.1977 Bella S Abzug Corinne C (Lindy) Bog@ Yvonne Brathwate Burke Shirley Anita Chisholm Cardiss Collins Millicent Fenmck Margaret M Heckler Maqorie S Holt Elizabeth Holtzman Barbara C Jordan Martha El~zabethKeys Mmlyn Lloyd Helen Stevenson Meyner Patsy Takernoto Mink Shirley N ~ e t t i s ' Patriua S Schroeder Vrgmia Smith Gladys Noon Spelhnan Leonor Kretzer Sullivan 93rd 1973.1975 Bella S Abzug Corrnne C (Lindy) ~ o g @ ' Yvonne Brathwate Burke Shirley Chisholm Cardiss Collins' Ella T Grasso Edith Green Martha Wright Griffiths Julia Butler Hansen Margaret M Heckler Marjorie S Holt Elizabeth Holtzman Barbara C Jordan Patsy Takemoto Mink Patrlcia S Schroeder Leonor Kretzer SulIlvan 92nd 1971-1973 Bella S Abzug Elizabeth B Andrewsl Shirley Anita Chlsholm Florence Price Dwyer Ella T Grasso Edith Green Martha Wnght Griffiths Julia Butler Hansen Margaret M Heckler Louise Day Hicks Patsy Takemoto Mink Charlotte Thompson Reid Leonor Kretzer Sulbvan Table 1notes appear on page 65 Elane Edwards2 Margaret Chase Smith Martha Wright G r S ~ t h s Julia Butler Hansen Margaret M. Heckler Martha Wright Griffiths Julia Butler Hansen Margaret M. Heckler Edna Flannery Kelly Catherine Dean May Patsy Takemoto Mink Charlotte Thompson Reid Leonor Kretzer Sullivan 89th 1965-1967 Frances Payne Bolton Florence Price Dwyer Edith Green Martha Wright Griffiths Julia Butler Hansen Edna Flannery Kelly Catherine Dean May Patsy Takemoto Mink Charlotte Thompson Reid Leonor Kretzer Sullivan Lera Millard Thomas' Maurine Neuberger Margaret Chase Smith 88th 1963-1965 Irene Bailey Baker1 Frances Payne Bolton Florence Price Duyer Edith Green Martha Wright Griffiths Julia Butler Hansen Maude Elizabeth Kee Edna Flannery Kelly Catherine Dean May Charlotte Thompson Reid Katherine Price St. George Leonor Kretzer Sullivan Maurine Neuberger Margaret Chase Smith Table 1notes appear on page 65. L T.-\BLE 1 Women in Congre?; 65rh-104tn Congre>s. b~ Congre;s-Cont~nued Congrw House Dare. 11%Faircloth Blitch Frances Payne Bolton Marguerite Stitt Church Florence Price Dwyer Kathryn Elizabeth Granahan Edith Green Martha Wright Griffiths Julia Butler Hansen Maude Elizabeth Kee Edna Flannery Kelly Catherine Dean May Catherine Dorris Norrell' Gracie Bowers P f w t Louise Goff ~ e e c e ' Corrine Boyd ~ i l e y ' Katharine Price St. George Leonor Kretzer Sullivan Jessica McCullough Weis Iris Faircloth Blitch Frances Payne Bolton Marguerite Stitt Church Florence Price Dwyer Kathryn Elizabeth Granahan Edith Green Martha Wright Griff~ths Julia Butler ~ a n s e n l Maude Elizabeth Kee Edna Flannery Kelly Catherine Dean May Gracie Bowers Pfost Edith Nourse Rogers4 Katharine Price St. George Edna Oakes Simpson Leonor Kretzer Sullivan Jessica McCullough Weis Iris Faircloth Blitch Frances Payne Bolton Marguerite Stitt Church Florence Price Dwyer Kathryn Elizabeth Granahan Edith Green Martha Wright Griff~ths Cecil Murray Harden Maude Elizabeth Kee Edna Flannery Kelly Coya Gjesdai Knutson Gracie Bowers Pfost Edith Nourse Rogers Katharine Price St. George Leonor Kretzer Sullivan Table 1notes appear on page 65. Sendre Vera Daerr Buchanan Marguerite Stitt Church Mary Elizabeth Farrington Kathryn Elizabeth ran ah an' Martha Wright Griff~ths Cecil Murray Harden Maude Elizabeth Kee Edna Flannery Kelly Coya Gjesdd Knutson Gracie Bowers Pfost Edith Nourse Rogers Katharine Price St. George Leonor Kretzer Sullivan Ruth Thompson 83rd 1953-1955 Frances Payne Bolton Vera Daerr Buchanan Marguerite Stitt Church Mary Elizabeth ~arrington' Cecil Murray Harden Maude Elizabeth Kee Edna Flannery Kelly Gracie Bowers Pfost Edith Nourse Rogers Katharine Price St. George Leonor Kretzer Sullivan Ruth Thompson Hazel Hempel ~ b e l ' Eva Kelly ~ o w r i n 2 , Margaret Chase Smith 82nd 1951-1953 Frances Payne Bolton Reva Zilpha Beck Bosone Vera Daerr ~ u c h a n a n l Marguerite Stitt Church Cecil Murray Harden Maude Elizabeth ~ e e ' Edna Flannery Kelly Edith Nourse Rogers Katharine Price St. George Ruth Thompson Margaret Chase Smith 81st 1949-1951 Frances Payne Bolton Reva Zilpha Beck Bosone Helen Gahagan Douglas Cecil Murray Harden Edna FIannery ~ e l l y ' Mary Teresa Norton Edith Nourse Rogers Katharine Price St. George Chase Going Woodhouse Margaret Chase Smith Table 1notes appear on page 65 T.#LE / Congress 80th 1 Wumen ir. Congre:~ 65th-lO".h Congress. by Conge--Conrir.urd Dares 1 1947-1949 i / House I Senate I Frances Payne Bolton Helen Gahagan - Douglas Georgia Lee Lusk Mary Teresa Norton Edith Nourse Rogers Katharine Price St. George Margaret Chase Smith Vera ~ushfield' 1945.1947 Frances Payne Bolton Emily Taft Douglas Helen Gahagan Douglas Clare Boothe Luce Helen Douglas Mankin' Mary Teresa Norton Eliza J a n e pratt1 Edith Nourse Rogers Margaret Chase Smith Jessie Sumner Chase Going Woodhouse 1943.1945 Frances Payne Bolton WiUa Lybrand ~ u l m e r ' Clare Boothe Luce Mary Teresa Norton Edith Nourse Rogers Margaret Chase Smith Winifred Claire Stanley Jessie Sumner Hattie W. Caraway 1941.1943 Veronica Grace ~ o l a n d ' Frances Payne Bolton Katharine Edgar ~ y r o n l Mary Teresa Norton Caroline Love O'Day Jeannette Ranlun Edith Nourse Rogers Margaret Chase Smith Jessie Sumner Hattie W. Caraway 1939.1941 Frances Payne ~ o l t o n ' Florence Reville ~ i b b s ' Clara Gooding M c ~ i l l a n ' Xary Teresa Norton Caroline Love O'Day Edith Nourse Rogers Margaret Chase smith1 Jessie Sumner Hattie W. Caraway 1937-1939 Elizabeth Hawley ~ a s q u e ' Nan W-ood Honeyman Virginia Ellis Jenckes Mary Teresa Norton Caroline Love O'Day Edith Nourse Rogers Hattie W. Caraway Dixie B. ~ r a v e s ' Gladys pyle1 Table 1 notes appear on page 65. Virginia Ellis Jenckes Florence Prag Kahn Kathryn O'Loughlin McCarthy Mary Teresa Norton Florence Prag Kahn Mary Teresa Norton Ruth Bryan Owen Ruth Sears Pratt Ruth Hanna McCormick Mary Teresa Norton Pearl Peden Oldfield Ruth Bryan Owen Ruth Sears Pratt Edith Nourse Rogers Table 1notes appear on page 65. 1. Elected to fill a vacancy. 2. Appointed to fill a vacancy. 3. Died on February 1, 1987. 4. Died on September 10, 1960 5. Eva Bowing was appointed to seme until a successor was elected to fill the vacancy caused by the death of Dwight Griswold. Hazel Abel was elected to fill that vacancy. 11 California I New York nlinois Table 2 notes appear on page 72. 19 18 9 I 11 Barbara Boxer' Yvonne Brathwaite Burke Sala Burton Helen Gahagan Douglas Anna G. Eshoo Bobbi Fiedler Dianne Feinsteinz Jane Harman Florence Prag Kahn Zoe Lofgren Juanita Millender-McDonald Mae Ella Nolan Nancy Pelosi Shirley N. Pettis Lucille Roybal-Allard Andrea Seastrand Lynn Schenk Maxine Waters Lynn Woolsey Bella S. Abzug Shirley Anita Chisholm Marian Williams Clarke Geraldine Ann Ferraro Elizabeth Holtzman Edna Flannery Kelly Sue Kelly Nita Lowey Carolyn Maloney Susan Molinari Caroline Love Goodwin O'Day Ruth Sears Baker P r a t t Katharine Price St. George Edna Oakes Simpson Louise Slaughter Winifred Claire Stanley Jessica McCullough Weis Nydia Velasquez Marguerite Stitt Church Cardiss Collins Emily Taft Douglas Winnifred Sprague Huck Lynn Martin Ruth Hanna McCormick Carol M o s e l e y - ~ r a u n ~ Charlotte Thompson Reid Jessie Sumner - Maria Cantwell Jennifer Dunn Julia Butler Hansen Iris Faircloth Blitch Rebecca Latimer l el ton' Florence Reville Gibbs Table 2 notes appear on page 72 /I Ohio I 5 1 Jean Ashbrook Frances Payne Bolton Marcy Kaptur Mary Rose Oakar Deborah Pryce South Carolina 5 Willa Lybrand Fulmer Elizabeth Hawley Gasque Clara Gooding McMillan Elizabeth Patterson Corrine Boyd Riley Texas 5 Kay Bailey Hutchison2 Eddie Bernice Johnson Barbara C. Jordan Sheila Jackson Lee Lera Millard Thomas Kansas 5 Sheila ~ r a h m ' Nancy Landon ~ a s s e b a u m ~ Martha Elizabeth Keys Kathlyn O'Loughlin McCarthy J a n Meyers Indiana 4 Katie Hall Cecil Murray Harden Virginia Ellis Jenckes Jill Long Louisiana 4 Corinne C. (Lindy) Boggs Elaine ~ d w a r d s ~ Rose McConnell on^^ Cathy Long Michigan 4 Barbara-Rose Collins Martha Wright Griffiths Lynn Rivers Ruth Thompson Missouri 4 P a t Danner Joan Kelly Horn Karen McCarthy Leonor Kretzer Sullivan Oregon 4 Elizabeth Furse Edith Green Nan Wood Honeyman Maurine Brown ~ e u b e r g e r ~ Pennsylvania 4 Veronica Grace Boland Vera Daerr Buchanan Kathryn Elizabeth Granahan -Marjorie Margolies-Mezvinsky Table 2 notes appear on page 72. 11 TABLE 2. Women in Congress. 65th-104th Congresses, by State--C,ontinued State Numher of Womm Sent to Congress. 65th-104th Congresses Name of Women Members Tennessee 4 Irene Bailey Baker Marilyn Lloyd Willa McCord Eslick Louise Goff Reece Alabama 3 Maryon Pittman ~ l l e n ' Elizabeth B. Andrews Dixie Bibb ~ r a v e s ' Hawaii 3 Mary Elizabeth Farrington Patsy Takemoto Mink Patricia Saiki Massachusetts 3 Margaret M. Heckler Louise Day Hicks Edith Nourse Rogers Nebraska 3 Hazel Hempel ~ b e l ' Eva Kelly ~ o w r i n 2 Virginia Smith Utah 3 h a Zilpha Beck Bosone Karen Shepherd Enid Greene Waldholtz North Carolina 3 Eva Clayton Sue Myrick Eliza Jane Pratt South Dakota 2 Vera Calahan ~ u s ~ e l d ' Gladys pyle2 Arizona 2 Karen English Isabella Selmes Greenway Maine 2 Margaret Chase Smith1 Olympia J. Snowel Minnesota 2 Muriel Buck ~ u m p h r e ? Coya Gjesdal Knutson Idaho 2 Helen Chenoweth Gracie Bowers Pfost Colorado 1 Patricia S. Schroeder District of Columbia 1 Eleanor Holmes Norton Kentucky 1 Katherine Gudger Langley Montana 1 Jeannette Rankin Nevada 1 Barbara Vucanovich New Nexico 1 Georgia Lee Lusk I Table 2 notes appear on page 72. 1. Senator and Representative 2. Senator. crsphpgw