From our new data on women in municipal office to our classic collections on women in state legislatures and Congress, CAWP is the only source for the most up-to-date information on women’s political representation in the United States.
With over 12,000 entries covering more than 120 years, the CAWP Women Elected Officials Database is the full history of women in American politics in one place — searchable, exportable, and sharable.
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- Results from Primaries in FL, NY, and Runoffs in Oklahoma: Long-time House Incumbent Defeated, but Potential Non-Incumbent Pick-Ups in Congressional Contests
- Potential First for Women in Alaska and More Non-Incumbent Women Head to the November Election in U.S. House Races