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"Kamala Harris was raised by a mother who said to her all the time, 'Kamala, you may be the first to do many things — make sure you're not the last.' "

"Anyone who claims to be a leader must speak like a leader. That means speaking with integrity and truth."

-Kamala Harris

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The Women who changed history

Together we as women achieve more than any single
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Jeannette Rankin

1916: Jeannette Rankin (R-MT) becomes first woman elected to Congress

Patsy Mink

1964: Patsy Mink (0-HI) becomes first Asian American woman elected to Congress

Shirley Chisholm

1968: Shirley Chisholm (0-NY) becomes first black woman elected to Congress

Yvonne Braithwaite Burke

1973: Yvonne Braithwaite Burke (0-CA) becomes first congresswoman to give birth while in office

Marcy Kaptur

1983: Marcy Kaptur (0-0H) begins her time in the House, longest tenure of any woman (1983-present)

Nancy Pelosi

2007: Nancy Pelosi (0-CA) becomes first woman to serve as speaker


Rebecca Latimer Felton

1922: Rebecca Latimer Felton (D-GA) is first woman appointed to Senate; serves one day

Hattie Caraway

1932: Hattie Caraway (D-AR) becomes first woman elected to Senate

Margaret Chase Smith

1948: Margaret Chase Smith (R-ME) becomes first woman elected to Senate in a regular general election

Nancy Landon Kassebaum

1978: Nancy Landon Kassebaum (R-KS) becomes first woman elected to a full Senate term without her husband having previously served in Congress

Barbara Mikulski

1986: Barbara Mikulski (0-MD) elected to first of five Senate terms. Including her previous five terms in the House, she served in Congress longer than any other woman (40 years)

Carol Moseley Braun

1992: Carol Moseley Braun (D-IL) becomes first black woman elected to Senate

Sources: Biographical Directory of the United States Congress; U.S. House of Representatives, Office of the Historian; Women in the United States Congress, 1917-2014 (Congressional Research Service, Oct. 31, 2014); CQ Roll Call. PEW RESEARCH CENTER

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