Maggie's List endorsed candidates hold 18 seats in the U.S. House of Representatives and two in the United States Senate

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California

Mimi Walters

Mimi Walters
District: CA 45
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Mimi Walters has an extensive record of serving the people of her district and California. She was a member of the Laguna Niguel City Council, Mayor, California Assembly and California State Senate. Previous to entering public service her professional career included serving as an investment executive in a major investment-banking firm. Walters has a proven record of electability in the district and leadership in the California State Senate.

Illinois

Darlene Senger

Darlene Senger
District: IL 11
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Darlene Senger is a successful mom, businesswoman, civic and community volunteer, and leader. Darlene has dedicated herself to making our communities a better place to live, work and raise a family. First as a city council member in Naperville, and then as an Illinois State Representative, Darlene has fought tirelessly to improve education, fix the state’s broken pension system and to create good paying jobs. Darlene has received awards from the Illinois Chamber of Commerce and the Illinois Farm Bureau for her work to hold down taxes.

Darlene is dedicated to reducing taxes, eliminating waste, balancing the budget and cutting the regulations and red tape that hinder job growth.

Iowa

Joni Ernst

Joni Ernst
Senate
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Joni Ernst is a native of Red Oak, Iowa and serves her state and country as a Lieutenant Colonel in the Iowa National Guard and in the Iowa State Senate. She believes that some things are worth fighting for, including changing the path that our country is headed on under the current leadership.

She is a fiscal conservative who has worked to eliminate waste, save taxpayers money and hold government accountable as the former Montgomery County, IA Auditor. In the State Senate, Joni helped to pass the largest tax cut in Iowa state history, along with fighting to limit the size and scope of the state government, and helped turn around a $900 million state budget deficit into a surplus of $1 billion dollars.

Dr. Mariannette Miller Meeks

Dr. Mariannette Miller Meeks
District: IA 02
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Dr. Mariannette Miller-Meeks has a true American success story; raised by hardworking parents who had to work several jobs to make ends meet. She left home at 16 to pursue a college degree and later enlisted in the U.S. Army where she served for 24 years. She has a degree in nursing, a Master of Science in Education, and graduated at the top of her class from medical school at the University of Texas. She was the first female faculty member in the Department of Ophthalmology at the University of Iowa and also the first female president of the Iowa Medical Society.

As a doctor, veteran, and problem-solver, Dr. Miller-Meeks has the real-world experience to get things done and be a strong advocate for Iowa in Congress.

Kansas

Lynn Jenkins

Congresswoman Lynn Jenkins
District: KS 02
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Congresswoman Jenkins was selected by her colleagues to serve as the Vice Chair of the House Republican Conference during the 113th Congressional session. Conference Vice Chair is the fifth-highest ranking position in House Republican Leadership.

Congresswoman Jenkins is the 25th woman in history to hold a leadership position in either branch of Congress. Congresswoman Jenkins currently serves on the House Committee on Ways and Means, the chief tax writing committee in the House of Representatives. As a member of the Ways and Means Committee, she serves on both the Trade Subcommittee and Oversight Subcommittee.

During Congresswoman Jenkins’s time in Congress, she has developed a track record for supporting fiscally responsible public policy to promote job creation and economic growth, working to improve transparency in Congress and backing a strong national defense. Congresswoman Jenkins has introduced legislation to make the Housemore accountable to how it spends taxpayer dollars, to improve transparency in the House committee process and to prevent the House from passing major legislation during a lame duck session. She continues to oppose wasteful government spending and is working to reduce the record deficits and national debt.

New York

Nan Hayworth

Nan Hayworth
District: NY 18
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Nan Hayworth is a proven candidate who has experience in the United State House of Representatives when she represented the 19th District in 2010-2012.

Following redistricting, her election to the 18th District will bring a dose of reality to the Obamacare debate since Nan is a physician and businesswoman who understands the real world implications of the government takeover of healthcare.

In the 112th Congress Nan served on the Committee on Financial Services including the Subcommittees on Capital Markets and Government-Sponsored Enterprises, Domestic Monetary Policy and Technology and Oversight and Investigations.

Nan has lived in the Hudson Valley since 1988. She lives in Bedford with her husband, Scott. They have two sons, Will and Jack.

Oklahoma

Patrice Douglas

Patrice Douglas
District: OK 05
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Patrice Douglas is a true conservative that has public and private sector experience that will give her the tools to work in the United States Congress to reduce the runaway cycle of tax and spend. In Congress Patrice Douglas will promote job growth through limited government involvement in creating a free-market, pro growth environment where businesses and entrepreneurs have the certainty to invest, innovate, grow and create jobs.

Patrice Douglas is the only woman running in a six-way primary in a R+12 district. She is respected in the business and civic community. She is currently the Chairman of the Oklahoma Corporation Commission. Previously she was elected to two terms as Edmond’s mayor, served two terms for the Edmond Economic Development Authority, was on the Oklahoma Bankers Association Board of Directors and the executive committee of the Edmond Chamber of Commerce. Patrice Douglas has the right experience to win this race.

Oregon

Monica Wehby

Monica Wehby
Senate
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Dr. Monica Wehby is committed to putting the needs of her constituents first. As a U.S. Senator, Dr. Wehby will fight for small business and promote job growth through limited government involvement in the free market. She will also work to enact a Balanced Budget Amendment in order for the next generation to have great opportunities without a legacy of debt.

In the U.S. Senate, Dr. Wehby will allow the health care exchanges to sell less expensive catastrophic plans that cover major expenses but not routine care, allow people to purchase health insurance across state lines to increase the number of options in the marketplace, allow everyone to purchase health insurance with pre-tax dollars so they own the policy and can keep it if they change jobs and will use tax credits, rather than mandates, to expand healthcare coverage. Dr. Wehby will use her 30 years of experience formulating medical policy to repair the health care system and put health care back in the hands of patients.

As the past president of the Oregon Medical Association and as the current Director of Pediatric Neurosurgery at Randall Children’s Hospital in Portland, Oregon, Dr. Monica Wehby will use her knowledge as a medical practitioner to puts forward patient centered health care reforms.

West Virginia

Shelley Moore Capito

Congresswoman Shelley Moore Capito
Senate
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Shelley Moore Capito is a proven leader and outstanding U.S. Senate candidate who knows how to bring people together, advocate for conservative values and hold Washington, DC accountable to the people of West Virginia.

Shelley was the first Republican woman elected to Congress from West Virginia and she has a strong record of opposing excess government spending as a U.S. Congresswoman.

Congresswoman Shelley Moore Capito serves on the House Financial Services Committee where she is the chairman of the Subcommittee on Financial Institutions and Consumer Credit and serves as a member of the Financial Services' Housing and Insurance subcommittee.

Shelley Moore Capito also serves on the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee where she is a member of three subcommittees: Highways and Transit; Railroads, Pipelines and Hazardous Material; and Water Resources and Environment.

She is strong advocate for energy independence for the United States and stands up to administrative abuses by the EPA.

When not in Washington, Rep. Capito regularly travels her 17-county district to meet with her constituents and local leaders.

Capito lives in Charleston with her husband, Charles L. Capito. They have three children: sons Charles (and his wife Laura) and Moore (and his wife Katie), and one daughter, Shelley. They have also been blessed with a grandson and a granddaughter.

 

 

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Alabama

Martha Roby

Congresswoman Martha Roby
District: AL 02
Website: http://roby.house.gov

Florida

Ileana Ros-Lehtinen

Congresswoman Ileana Ros-Lehtinen
District: FL 27
Website: http://ros-lehtinen.house.gov

Indiana

Jackie Walorski

Congresswoman Jackie Walorski
District: IN 2
Website: http://walorski.house.gov

Susan Brooks

Congresswoman Susan Brooks
District: IN 5
Website: http://susanwbrooks.house.gov

Kansas

Lynn Jenkins

Congresswoman Lynn Jenkins
District: KS 2
Website: http://lynnjenkins.house.gov

Minnesota

Michele Bachmann

Congresswoman Michele Bachmann
District: MN 6
Website: http://bachmann.house.gov

Missouri

Ann Wagner

Congresswoman Ann Wagner
District: MO 2
Website: http://wagner.house.gov

Vicky Hartzler

Congresswoman Vicky Hartzler
District: MO 4
Website: http://hartzler.house.gov

Jo Ann Emerson

Congresswoman Jo Ann Emerson
District: MO 8
Website: http://emerson.house.gov

Nebraska

Deb Fischer

Congresswoman Deb Fischer
Senate
Website: www.fischer.senate.gov

North Carolina

Renee Ellmers

Congresswoman Renee Ellmers
District: NC 2
Website: http://ellmers.house.gov

Virginia Foxx

Congresswoman Virginia Foxx
District:NC 5
Website: http://foxx.house.gov

South Dakota

Kristi Noem

Congresswoman Kristi Noem
District: At Large
Website: http://noem.house.gov

Tennessee

Diane Black

Congresswoman Diane Black
District: TN 6
Website: http://black.house.gov

Texas

Kay Granger

Congresswoman Kay Granger
District: TX 12
Website: http://kaygranger.house.gov

Washington

Jaime Herrera Beutler

Congresswoman Jaime Herrera Beutler
District: WA 3
Website: http://herrerabeutler.house.gov

Cathy McMorris Rogers

Congresswoman Cathy McMorris Rogers
District: WA 5
Website: http://mcmorris.house.gov

West Virginia

Shelley Moore Capito

Congresswoman Shelley Moore Capito
District: WV 2
Website: http://capito.house.gov

Wyoming

Cynthia Lummis

Congresswoman Cynthia Lummis
District: At Large
Website: http://lummis.house.gov

Florida

Karen Harrington

Congresswoman Karen Harrington
District: FL 23
Website: http://www.karenforcongress.com/
Karen Harrington brings a lifetime of real world experience as a small business owner to Congress. She will be a strong advocate for reducing the regulatory burden on small businesses. She will advocate for fiscal responsibility while reducing the out of control federal debt.
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Hawaii

Linda Lingle

Congresswoman Linda Lingle
District: HI
Website: http://www.lingle2012.com/
Linda Lingle served as Governor of the State of Hawaii from 2002-2010. She was the first woman, first person of Jewish ancestry and first Republican in 40 years to lead the Aloha State.During her eight years as the state's chief executive, Governor Lingle and her Administration showed they could lead in the most difficult of times, including the aftermath of a major earthquake that struck the Island of Hawaii in 2006 and the 2008 global economic collapse that hit tourism-dependent Hawaii especially hard.
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Indiana

Jackie Walorski

Congresswoman Jackie Walorski
District: IN 2
Website: http://www.standwithjackie.com/
"Jackie Walorski has a global perspective that she used in the Indiana House of Representatives to fight for lower taxes and eliminate wasteful government spending. Jackie was elected to three terms in the Indiana House and was quickly recognized as a natural leader, becoming the assistant Floor Leader for the Republican Caucus. Jackie Walorski will fight to create a pro-growth environment for businesses that will create jobs in North Central Indiana," says Sandra B. Mortham, Chairman of Maggie's List and former Florida Secretary of State.
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Susan Brooks

Congresswoman Susan Brooks
District: IN 5
Website: http://susanbrooks2012.com/
Maggie's List Chairman Sandra Mortham says, "For the past five years, Susan Brooks has served as an executive at Ivy Tech Community College leading statewide workforce development strategies aimed at improving job training and placement for Indiana residents. She also has extensive experience as U.S. Attorney for the southern district of Indiana, and as Deputy Mayor of Indianapolis under Mayor Steve Goldsmith. She has a solid plan to restore public confidence in Congress and create jobs while reducing the size of the government."
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Missouri

Ann Wagner

Congresswoman Ann Wagner
District: MO 2
Website: http://annwagner.com/
Ann Wagner has a depth of knowledge from both the private and public sector that she will bring to the U.S House. She will work for the people of Missouri to reduce the federal regulation burden on all businesses to help create jobs. Ann will also strive to repeal Obamacare, which 71% of Missourians believe is unconstitutional.
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Nebraska

Deb Fischer

CongresswomanDeb Fischer
NE Senate
Website: http://debfischer2012.com/
Deb Fischer was born and raised in Lincoln, Nebraska. She earned a B.S. in Education from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. She has been married for over 39 years and she and her husband own a ranching business near Valentine. In 2004, Deb was elected to the Nebraska Unicameral to represent the 43rd Legislative District. She currently serves as Chair of the Transportation and Telecommunications Committee and is a member of the Revenue Committee and the Executive Board. Deb has a conservative voting record of keeping taxes low, reducing wasteful spending and protecting family values. She has a strong interest in education, water policy, statewide economic development, and natural resources issues. Deb Fischer announced her candidacy for U.S. Senate throughout communities all across Nebraska. Her campaign is focused on revitalizing our economy, working toward a balanced budget, supporting conservative principles and protecting Nebraska's way of life.
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New Mexico

Heather Wilson

Congresswoman Heather Wilson
District: NM
Website: http://heatherwilson.com/
Heather Wilson has a long record as a public servant. She is a graduate of the U.S. Air Force Academy, a Veteran of the U.S. Air Force, and served as New Mexico's 1st Congressional District Representative. Heather will work in the Senate to create jobs, restore fiscal responsibility, and maintain a strong national defense," says Sandra B. Mortham, Chairman of Maggie's List and former Florida Secretary of State.
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Janice Arnold Jones

Congresswoman Janice Arnold Jones
District: NM 01
Website: http://janice2012.us/
"Janice Arnold-Jones is a proven leader in both the New Mexico Legislature and in the private sector as a business owner. She will work in Congress to allow the free enterprise system to work to create jobs through lowering taxes, reducing the federal debt and alleviating the regulatory burden on businesses," says Sandra B. Mortham, Chairman of Maggie's List.
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New York

Maggie Brooks

Congresswoman Maggie Brooks
District: NY 25
Website: http://www.maggiebrooks.com/
Maggie Brooks is a strong candidate who will work to turn the country around and jumpstart the economy with her experience in bringing jobs to Monroe County. Maggie is committed to cutting the deficit and balancing the federal budget. Brooks is the first woman to serve as Monroe County Executive, and now is a candidate for Congress to represent the home of Republican women’s rights pioneer Susan B. Anthony.
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Utah

Mia Love

Congresswoman Mia Love
District: UT 4
Website: http://www.love4utah.com
"Washington could use more of the old fashioned commonsense that women use to manage their households, balance their family budgets, and raise their children. We need to focus on practical, sustainable solutions to the problems facing our country, and women are uniquely positioned to do that. I appreciate the work of Maggie's List in helping to elect fiscally conservative women. I am truly honored to receive their endorsement," states Mia Love.
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Alabama

Martha Roby

Congresswoman Martha Roby
District: AL02
Website: http://roby.house.gov

Florida

Sandy Adams

Congresswoman Sandy Adams
District: FL 7


Missouri

Vicky Hartzler

Congresswoman Vicky Hartzler
District: MO 4
Website: http://hartzler.house.gov /

New Hampshire

Kelly Oyette

CongresswomanKelly Oyette
District: Senate
Website: http://www.ayotte.senate.gov

New York

Nan Hayworth

Congresswoman Nan Hayworth
District: NY 18

Ann Marie Buerkle

Congresswoman Ann Marie Buerkle
District: NY 25

North Carolina

Rene Ellmers

CongresswomanRene Ellmers
District: NC 02
Website: http://ellmers.house.gov

South Dakota

Kristi Noem

Congresswoman Kristi Noem
District: At-Large
Website: http://noem.house.gov

Tennessee

Diane Black

Congresswoman Diane Black
District: TN 6
Website: http://black.house.gov

Washington

Jaime Herrera Beutler

Congresswoman Jaime Herrera Beutler
District: WA03
Website: http://herrerabeutler.house.gov