assemblywoman

noun
as·sem·bly·wom·an | \-ˌwu̇-mən \

Definition of assemblywoman 

: a woman who is a member of an assembly

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Democrat Lori Saldaña, a former assemblywoman, raised $16,744 and has $726 left. Joshua Stewart, sandiegouniontribune.com, "County campaigns report donors just before vote-by-mail ballots ship," 27 Apr. 2018 But the breakthrough came when Nzali found a braid-wearing assemblywoman in North Jersey who agreed to sponsor legislation to help. Jan Hefler, Philly.com, "$18,000 in tuition and 1,200 hours of study for a license to braid hair? New Jersey lawmakers say no," 13 July 2018 Harkey, a former assemblywoman, is now on the state Board of Equalization. John Wildermuth, SFChronicle.com, "National GOP aids candidates in tight California House races," 29 June 2018 Operatives in Southern California believe Kim, a former state assemblywoman, will finish in first or second place in the June 5 primary, assuring her a spot on the November ballot. Dan Merica, CNN, "Republicans, Democrats see Asian Americans as key to victory in Southern California," 2 June 2018 In the northern Orange County district now held by retiring GOP Rep. Ed Royce, the AP declared the top vote-getter was Republican Young Kim, a former assemblywoman who was backed by Mr. Royce. Natalie Andrews, WSJ, "California Democrats on Track to Advance in Key Races for House Control," 6 June 2018 The former three-term assemblywoman has received the most support from outside money, campaign reports show, much of it from a breakaway labor group called the San Diego Working Families Council. Jeff Mcdonald, sandiegouniontribune.com, "Fletcher lashes out at Saldaña for alleged alliance with conservatives," 2 June 2018 The groom’s mother, a registered nurse, became the assemblywoman for the 21st District of New Jersey upon her husband’s death in 2009, and has held the position since. New York Times, "Darcy Newell, Alexander Muñoz," 6 May 2018 And sympathetic politicians from across the West flocked to their cause, including Michele Fiore, then a Nevada state assemblywoman; Matt Shea, a Washington state representative; and Jennifer Fielder, a Montana state senator. Leah Sottile, Longreads, "Bundyville Chapter Four: The Gospel of Bundy," 18 May 2018

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1869, in the meaning defined above

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assemblywoman

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: a woman who is a member of a legislative assembly

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