Topic: Women in Politics | By Patricia Murphy | January 3, 2013
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When the 113th Congress is sworn in on Thursday, it will have more women than ever before- 82 in the House and 20 in the Senate- for a grand total of 102. That’s still less than one-fifth of the the joint, but it’s a start, ladies.
Among the women leading the charge in Washington are 77 Democrats and 24 Republicans. But more importantly they are a range of ages, ethnicities, backgrounds and life experiences. There are doctors, nurses, lawyers and yes, several former stay-at-home moms, including House Majority Leader Nancy Pelosi (whom we affectionately call “Nanners” on this blog.) There are also a number of history makers, including: