Four women non-voting delegates (2D, 2R) represent American Samoa, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands in the United States House of Representatives.
One woman currently serves as governor in the U.S. Territories: Lou Leon Guerroro in Guam.
There are currently 54 women serving in the legislatures of the U.S. Territories (American Samoa, Guam, Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands, and the Northern Mariana Islands) and on the D.C. City Council. Of the 53, 17 serve as senators, 16 serve as representatives and 21 serve on unicameral bodies.
|Territory||Total Women||Total Legislature||% Women Overall|
|American Samoa||2 (2NP)||39||5.1%|
|District of Columbia||7 (5D, 2I)||13||53.8%|
|Guam||9 (5D, 4R)||15||60%|
|Northern Mariana Islands||7 (6D, 1I)||29||24.1%|
|Puerto Rico||24 (8PNP, 11PPD, 4 Third Party)*||78||30.8%|
|Virgin Islands||5 (3D, 2I)||15||5 (3D, 2I)|
*PNP stands for Partido Nuevo Progresista, or the New Progressive Party, and PPD stands for Partido Popular Democratico, or the Popular Democratic Party.