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01-WC0 on Jul 15, 2001

Membership Roster: of the Congressional Caucus for Women's Issues:
Source: Women's Caucus website, WomensPolicy.org/Caucus/
On April 19, 1977, 15 Congresswomen held the first meeting of the Congresswomen’s Caucus. In 1981, the Congresswomen invited their male colleagues to join the Caucus and changed the organization’s name to the Congressional Caucus for Women’s Issues. 24 newly elected Congresswomen arrived on Capitol Hill in 1993, nearly doubling the number of women in the Caucus in what became the “Year of the Woman.” In 1995, the House of Representatives voted to eliminate funding for offices and staff of caucus organizations on Capitol Hill. The Congresswomen reorganized themselves into a Members’ organization by the same name. As a result, male Members no longer belong to the Caucus.

Bipartisanship is the key to the Caucus’ strength and success. The legacy of its first 20 years is one of Democratic and Republican Congresswomen committed to improving the lives of women and families, and willing to put their partisan differences aside to do it. Twenty-four years after the Caucus’ founding, its membership has grown from 15 to 62. The 107th Congress also marks the first time that all women Members of the House have joined the Caucus.

    As in years past, the members of the Congressional Caucus for Women’s Issues (CCWI) have divided themselves into legislative teams, co-chaired by a Republican and a Democrat. The 5 teams are charged with advancing action on their designated issues in a bipartisan manner.
  • Education and Children
  • Health and Older Women
  • Violence Against Women
  • Women in Business and the Workplace
  • Economic Empowerment

  • Topic: Principles & Values
  • Headline: Member of the Congressional Caucus for Women's Issues

  • Key for participation codes:
  • Sponsorships: p=sponsored; o=co-sponsored; s=signed
  • Memberships: c=chair; m=member; e=endorsed; f=profiled; s=scored
  • Resolutions: i=introduced; w=wrote; a=adopted
  • Cases: w=wrote; j=joined; d=dissented; c=concurred
  • Surveys: '+' supports; '-' opposes.

Democrats participating in 01-WC0

Tammy Baldwin s1mWI Democratic Challenger 
Shelley Berkley s1mNevada Democrat (Senate run 2012) 
Corrine Brown s1mFlorida Democrat 
Lois Capps s1mCalifornia Democrat 
Julia Carson s1mIndiana Former Dem. (Deceased 2008) 
Eva Clayton s1mNorth Carolina Democrat (Until 2004) 
Susan Davis s1mCalifornia Democrat 
Diana DeGette s1mColorado Democrat 
Rosa DeLauro s1mConnecticut Democrat 
Anna Eshoo s1mCalifornia Democrat 
Jane Harman s1mCalifornia Democrat (Resigned 2011) 
Darlene Hooley s1mOregon Democrat (Retiring 2008) 
Sheila Jackson Lee s1mTexas Democrat 
Eddie Bernice Johnson s1mTexas Democrat 
Stephanie Tubbs Jones s1mOhio Former Dem. (Deceased, 2008) 
Marcy Kaptur s1mOhio Democrat 
Carolyn Kilpatrick s1mMichigan Democrat (until 2010) 
Barbara Lee s1mCalifornia Democrat 
Zoe Lofgren s1mCalifornia Democrat 
Nita Lowey s1mNew York Democrat 
Carolyn Maloney s1mNew York Democrat/Liberal 
Carolyn McCarthy s1mNew York Dem. (retiring 2014) 
Karen McCarthy s1mMissouri Democrat (Until 2004) 
Betty McCollum s1mMinnesota Democrat 
Cynthia McKinney s1mGeorgia Democrat 
Carrie Meek s1mFlorida Democrat (retired 2002) 
Juanita Millender-McDonald s1mCalifornia Democrat 
Patsy Mink s1mHawaii Democrat 
Grace Napolitano s1mCalifornia Democrat 
Eleanor Holmes Norton s1mDistrict of Columbia Democrat 
Nancy Pelosi s1cCalifornia Democrat 
Lynn Nancy Rivers s1mMichigan Democrat 
Lucille Roybal-Allard s1mCalifornia Democrat 
Loretta Sanchez s1mCalifornia Democrat 
Jan Schakowsky s1mIllinois Democrat 
Louise Slaughter s1mNew York Democrat 
Hilda Solis s1mCA Democratic Gubernatorial Challenger 
Ellen Tauscher s1mCalifornia Former Democrat (until 2009) 
Karen Thurman s1mFlorida Former Democrat 
Nydia Velazquez s1mNew York Democrat/Working-Families 
Maxine Waters s1mCalifornia Democrat 
Lynn Woolsey s1mCalifornia Democrat (Retiring 2012) 

Republicans participating in 01-WC0

Judy Biggert s1mIllinois Republican 
Mary Bono s1mCalifornia Republican 
Shelley Moore Capito s1mWest Virginia Republican (Senate run 2014) 
Jo Ann Davis s1mVirginia Republican 
Jennifer Dunn s1mWashington Republican (Until 2004) 
Kay Granger s1mTexas Republican 
Melissa Hart s1mPennsylvania Republican 
Nancy Lee Johnson s1mConnecticut Republican 
Sue Kelly s1mNew York Republican (until 2007) 
Connie Morella s1mMaryland Republican 
Sue Myrick s1mNorth Carolina Republican (Retiring 2012) 
Deborah Pryce s1mOhio Republican 
Ileana Ros-Lehtinen s1mFlorida Republican 
Marge Roukema s1mNew Jersey Republican 

Independents participating in 01-WC0

Total recorded by OnTheIssues:

Democrats: 42
Republicans: 14
Independents: 0

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