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League of Women Voters

ORGANIZATION

Founded 1920 in Chicago.

Official Website:
http://www.lwv.org/

Founding Date:
14-Feb-1920

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Eugenie Anderson
Diplomat
26-May-1909 31-Mar-1997 Second female US Ambassador
Douglas Applegate
Politician
28-Mar-1928   Congressman from Ohio, 1977-95
Melissa Bean
Politician
22-Jan-1962   Congresswoman from Illinois, 2005-11
Francine Busby
Politician
3-Mar-1951   San Diego politician
Shelley Moore Capito
Politician
26-Nov-1953   Congresswoman, West Virginia 2nd
Susan Davis
Politician
13-Apr-1944   Congresswoman, California 53rd
Theodore E. Deutch
Politician
7-May-1966   Congressman, Florida 19th
Jim Ellis
Computer Programmer
c. 1956 28-Jun-2001 Usenet co-creator
Susan E. Engel
Business
c. 1946   CEO of Lenox Group, 1996-2007
Anna Eshoo
Politician
13-Dec-1942   Congresswoman, California 14th
Elizebeth Friedman
Scientist
26-Aug-1892 31-Oct-1980 America's first female cryptanalyst
Ella T. Grasso
Politician
10-May-1919 5-Feb-1981 First woman elected governor of Connecticut
Lou Hoover
First Lady
29-Mar-1874 7-Jan-1944 Wife of US President Herbert Hoover
Eddie Bernice Johnson
Politician
3-Dec-1935   Congresswoman, Texas 30th
Maggie Kuhn
Activist
3-Aug-1905 22-Apr-1995 Organizer of the Gray Panthers
Ann Landers
Columnist
4-Jul-1918 22-Jun-2002 Syndicated advice columnist
Barbara Lawton
Politician
5-Jul-1951   Lt. Governor of Wisconsin
Theresa LePore
Government
c. 1955   Butterfly ballot mastermind
Belva Lockwood
Activist
24-Oct-1830 19-May-1917 Feminist
Connie Morella
Politician
12-Feb-1931   Congresswoman from Maryland, 1987-2003
Eleanor Roosevelt
First Lady
11-Oct-1884 7-Nov-1962 First Lady under FDR
Jean Schmidt
Politician
29-Nov-1951   Congresswoman, Ohio 2nd
Pat Schroeder
Politician
30-Jul-1940   Congresswoman from Colorado, 1973-97
Louise Slaughter
Politician
14-Aug-1929   Congresswoman, New York 28th
Eleanor Smeal
Activist
30-Jul-1939   Founder, Feminist Majority Foundation
Kevin B. Sullivan
Politician
c. 1949   Lt. Governor of Connecticut, 2003-07
Deborah Taylor Tate
Government
1956   FCC Commissioner


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